An argument erupted inside a north Columbus nightclub and five women and four men were shot.
Investigators say the couple’s 19-year-old son found both shot in the head.
The Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial on South Bass Island will undergo exterior maintenance this summer.
Columbus police said the crash happened earlier this month as a 61-year-old woman was trying to pull into a parking space.
The man is accused of illegally pulling two women over when he was working as a police officer in East Cleveland.
According to police, the opioids were part of a “bad batch” that has been circulating the area.
Authorities said the woman had her 1-year-old child with her at the time.
The police officer was waiting at the drive-thru when he heard yelling and saw some people run out of the restaurant.
The new technology by Hyperloop One will be the fifth major mode of transportation if it’s successful.
The 20-year-old denies intentionally hitting freshman Madelyn Hart with her car and dragging her during a fight in downtown Cincinnati.
The massacre of eight family members in southern Ohio nearly a year after is still-unsolved.
Ohio’s new lethal injection process was twice-rejected.
Daniel Stolte, 29, was indicted on one count of possession with the intent to distribute fentanyl and one count of importing fentanyl.
The alternatives would let students who score poorly on end-of-course exams earn a diploma by meeting additional conditions
Officials say the inmates were using the computers to commit crimes including tax fraud and network attacks.
The man was at Kalahari with family from out of state.
Police say the shooting happened around 10:15 a.m. and the officer’s condition is currently unknown.
Prosecutors say the 20-year-old hit 18-year-old Madelyn Hart with a car on purpose, dragging her about 88 feet.
Police say two officers were involved in the shooting. They were not injured.
A bailout is being proposed for Ohio’s two nuclear plants that would end up increasing rates for FirstEnergy customers in Ohio.
The Columbus Dispatch reports 21-year-old Reagan Tokes will get a degree posthumously during graduation May 7.
Federal documents allege recruiting, enticing and transporting people the men knew were under 18 to engage in sex acts for pay.