Registration for the trip closes at 9 p.m. Monday.
Three other family members including two children were rescued.
Two of the five servicemen killed in Chattanooga have Ohio connections.
John Kasich will hit key primary states after his big Tuesday announcement.
An Ohio education official has resigned after acknowledging he excluded failing grades for charter schools.
30,000 properties in foreclosure, but that’s down 16% from 2014.
The proposed pipeline starts at the Kensington Processing Plant.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission says there were two different scams.
School Choice Director David Hansen excluded failing grades from evaluations because he felt the marks would “mask” successes elsewhere.
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Dick Ambrose set a $100,000 personal bond, ordered Agnello to wear a GPS monitoring device.
Police say a middle-aged woman was found downstairs, a man and woman were found upstairs in an east side home.
Employees at the plant recognized a photo of Abdulazeez after the shooting and alerted company officials, Schneider said.
Ohio drillers will now have new state standards to operate under for the construction of horizontal-well pads and access roads.
Columbus police have opened investigations into the May deaths of two toddlers who died of drug overdoses in separate incidents.
Police say a 22-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman have been arrested on murder charges.
Investigations of Planned Parenthood facilities were ordered in Ohio, Georgia, and Indiana.
The nearly 180-year-old earthen dam has been weakened by several hundred homes, docks and other structures built there.
The bill would let doctors authorize individuals to hand out naloxone to addicts, their friends and family members without a prescription.
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office says Dehmann was brought into the Mount Vernon on a disorderly conduct charge and became aggressive.
The Department of Interior said it would ensure that mountains are restored to mountains once mining is completed.