The U.S. Geological Survey offered up some equipment in the search and recovery efforts, and it led to new findings.
Columbus Police are investigating after a fatal shooting early Thursday morning.
Ohio saw a record 3,050 overdose deaths last year. Many of those deaths were attributed to painkillers and heroin abuse.
Hundreds of drivers were arrested for impaired driving over the holidays.
The flu is hitting some areas hard, and one strain is showing up more than others.
Immigrant rights groups say it’s unfair to take away licenses of people who had been told they complied with state law .
The J.M. Smucker Company announced a voluntary recall of certain kinds of canned cat food on Wednesday.
The city said Wednesday foot patrols and mounted units resumed searching the shoreline east of Burke Lakefront Airport.
A new study tracks where people are moving to the most.
When Olentangy Liberty High School students come back to school after Christmas break, they’ll find blue ribbons in honor of the families.
Giant Eagle thanked shoppers and said it remains “committed to supporting customers throughout the region for years to come.”
Orkin released its annual list of areas that had the most bedbug treatments, and 4 places in Ohio made the list.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Adam “Pacman” Jones was arrested early on Tuesday morning.
The plane carrying two Boardman High School graduates, their family and neighbors disappeared Thursday after leaving Cleveland.
Tenants who lived at the home told officers they never entered the garage because the property owner told them they couldn’t use it.
The man tried to rob a Travel Lodge near the Dayton Airport.
Police said the man had a gun when officers entered the home Sunday night.
The system requires a voter to have an Ohio driver’s license or state identification card.
The Ohio Turnpike estimates there will be 25 percent fewer lane miles under construction.
Seven Lucas County employees who became sick after exposure to a rare form of Legionnaires’ bacteria have filed a lawsuit.