A routine traffic stop in Wood County netted hundreds of pills along with heroin and marijuana.
The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected a proposal to end courtroom deals that allow defendants to plead to lesser crimes.
Two other $1 million tickets were sold in Toldeo and one in Centerville.
Cleveland.com reports the university and contractor blame each other for the delays.
A teenager accused of passing out brownies laced with hashish to students and a teacher pleaded guilty to possession of hashish.
An eye-popping and unprecedented Powerball jackpot whose rise to $1.6 billion became a national fascination will be split three ways.
Deters said all the forensic evidence matched the father’s account of what happened and no charges were appropriate.
Jon Husted said his office plans to urge businesses, schools, churches and other organization to encourage people to devote “a day for democ…
A 9-year-old boy remains in critical condition after a sledding accident in North Ridgeville Tuesday night.
The state fire marshal’s office said Wednesday that investigators have determined a cause.
The 50-year-old Jackson finalized his deal on Wednesday, swiftly ending the Browns’ search which began on Jan. 3.
The proposed law, House Bill 94, has been languishing in the Statehouse.
The company also says it will post online its entire inventory of 30,000 company-owned used cars.
The bureau says scammers reach out via email, telephone and regular mail to “inform” secondary winners of smaller prizes.
Police have charged a man with three counts of murder after a mother and her two children were stabbed to death in north Columbus.
An ordinance prohibiting pit bulls from moving into the city was proposed in November.
Police said the teen had headed to the bus stop but apparently came back home through a back door.
Donald “Chip” Pugh was arrested Tuesday in Century, Florida, and is being held on another warrant out of Georgia.
A man who is evidently unhappy with his mug shot sent a photo to police in Lima to use while they are looking for him.
The men were wrongfully convicted in connection to a 1998 slaying in Portage County.