Lawyers for Patrolman Michael Brelo filed a motion to dismiss the case last week.
A group claiming to be affiliated with Islamic state extremists has hacked the website of a developer group in downtown Cincinnati.
The closure is the first in a series that will occur over several months.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich several factors will determine his ability to run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
Training would center on dealing with companion animals, especially dogs, and how to avoid using deadly force on animals.
The two students recently received a $10,000 inventors’ award.
Power cut to about 70 customers
Obama is first seeking so-called fast-track authority to give him more freedom to complete the trade deals.
Officials from Ohio’s Emergency Management Agency plan a local demonstration of their response capabilities at the end of May that might inc…
Several bottles of medications went missing from two fire department ambulances in Columbus.
The Play House was founded in 1915 and has entertained some 12 million people.
Four area men were inducted during Friday’s ceremony.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine rejected a petition Friday for the proposed Legalize Marijuana in Ohio constitutional amendment.
Judge James Graham on Friday denied Ohio State’s request to dismiss the civil-rights lawsuit filed by Jonathan Waters.
“Hope: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland,” is scheduled to come out Monday.
About a third of the 30-plus plaintiffs in the cases before the court Tuesday either live in or have links to the Cincinnati area.
The FDA said consumers should feel safe eating any products that haven’t been recalled.
Police officers and employers rely daily on the criminal background-check system that Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine describes as “critic…
The Ohio Department of Health said Friday that 29 people are suspected of having botulism.
The driver was on Cox Road near the Liberty Way intersection when four workers installing new power lines were struck.