Governor John R. Kasich has invited interested Ohio residents to submit their names online.
The I-X Center hopes to renovate the interior of the air tanker into a 50-seat restaurant by 2020.
Trump toured a manufacturing company near Cincinnati and pointing to economic gains during his first year as president.
Firefighters say a Columbus police officer dove into the water to rescue the boy.
Columbus police say agencies from several other states have received reports.
An attack on a woman convinced officials that “the situation needed to be alleviated.”
The White House says the president’s trip is aimed at highlighting the impact of the GOP tax plan he signed into law.
Investigations of human trafficking cases rose last year to its highest level since Ohio began keeping track of those numbers.
The decision comes after a suicidal man released lions, tigers and other creatures at his farm in 2011.
The helpline will be operated by Extra Step Assurance from a call center in Bellefontaine in central Ohio.
The two-year-old was found unresponsive by her mother on the front porch of an apartment in freezing weather.
Iowa man is charged with allegedly selling supplying two college students with narcotics and other drugs over the dark web.
Investigators believe Leftenant opened his door when an unknown person knocked. He was shot as soon as he opened the door.
“He was just too cute to give him up,” Officer Drenning said of the puppy police rescued this past fall.
Neighbors in a Columbus neighborhood are upset and unsettled by the messages someone’s been leaving.
Lawmakers say it would help businesses attract and keep talent in Ohio.
Investigators said Hall admitted to rewarding the victims with transportation, cigarettes and money.
Police and the FBI have been investigating the suspect for public corruption involving prostitutes and bribery.
The county prosecutor says he respects the jury’s decision but maintains the man is guilty.
The Ohio governor’s proposed new rules would make it easier for drug wholesalers — which sell to pharmacies in the state — to track suspic…
The superintendent took cash withdrawals and wrote checks to pay off his Kohl’s account and other credit cards.
The message on the bathroom wall included a swastika and the phrase “kill them all.”