The ex-girlfriend had called 911 warning the woman was drunk, had a gun and “might kill herself.”
Cincinnati police say Jydale Keith was already dead when first responders arrived.
Twenty-two-year-old John Crawford III was shot in August 2014 after a 911 caller reported someone waving a gun.
Those heading to the Republican National Convention have the opportunity to rent the childhood home of a notorious killer.
The 25-year-old Columbus man has pleaded not guilty to charges including murder in Cameron Beckford’s death.
Ohio’s proposal would give city water systems just two days to alert residents about high lead readings.
Police say a woman was hit by a train and died in an Ohio county that has the state’s highest rate of railroad crossing deaths.
A man was sentenced in Summit County Court on charges surrounding a Feb. 21 traffic stop where police say he chewed off his fingerprints.
A man shot and wounded by Akron police after they say he attacked a humane society officer was charged with felonious assault.
Two airline pilots on approach to Port Columbus reported seeing a model plane in their flight path.
The effort started at the Hosack Street Baptist Church, where Mackenzie’s family has gone for years.
Fifty six pedestrians were killed in Ohio between Jan. 1 and June 30 last year.
The U.S. Secret Service announced firearms will not be allowed inside this summer’s GOP Convention in Cleveland.
The Ohio Department of Education wants residents to review math and English standards using an online survey.
John Modie was, convicted of murder, kidnapping and escape out of Cuyahoga County.
Authorities say eight people were injured when a bus overturned in Akron.
It was reported last year that the system incorrectly returned results of clean records for some individuals to employers.
According to the petition, Cleveland is a violent city and the threat of terrorism are reasons why guns should be allowed.
Police say the behavior has been going on for months, and that he is abusing emergency services.
Ken Trump says school threats are up nearly 160 percent from last school year nationwide.