Witnesses said they could feel heat from the fire through their cars.
Undergraduate tuition will increase by 3.3 percent and housing will rise 3.5 percent.
All seven people in the two buggies were thrown from the vehicles.
A prosecutor said he will seek to have the case moved to adult court.
A gallon of regular gas in Ohio averaged about $2.13 in Monday’s survey.
Online registration is beginning for Ohio’s motorcycle rider education programs.
Gov. John Kasich joined 31 Ohio leaders in issuing official proclamations to recognize Jan. 22-28, 2017 as National School Choice Week.
The Ohio Department of Taxation says the quiz helps catch phony income-tax returns to help avoid cybercrimes.
Experts say changes in state law designed to weed out low-quality charters are likely contributing to the slowdown in charter growth.
Under the bill, firearms are allowed only if a college’s board of trustees agrees to allow concealed carry on campus.
The shooter, a 17-year-old senior, used a shotgun and intended to harm more than the student who was hit.
Highway Patrol is still investigating the crash, trying to determine if it was caused by the overnight fog.
The state has allotted $2 million through the initiative to help colleges and universities address sexual violence.
The new policy aims to improve the safety of officers and those in crisis.
Initial reports indicated that someone was shot through a window of a boys’ restroom in the high school.
A medical examiner in Cleveland has identified the remains of John and Jack Fleming and Brian Casey.
Shayla Rudolph, 18, was arrested on Thursday morning for abduction, a third-degree felony.
Investigators say Chambers was killed in Springfield and was dumped in a wooded area near Xenia.
Educators from around Ohio have warned that a large number of high schoolers are in jeopardy of not graduating next school year.
Cameron Harris told the New York Times that he bought an abandoned domain name for $5 and got to work.