Columbus resident Kurt Flood didn’t enter a plea during arraignment Wednesday in Franklin County.
NCAA President Mark Emmert has indicated the Indianapolis-headquartered organization would consider relocating all types of college sports e…
Menendez was charged Wednesday with accepting nearly $1 million worth of gifts and campaign contributions from a longtime friend in exchange…
Teamsters Local 1224 also has published a letter to passengers warning them about “persistent mechanical problems” at the airline.
Forty-two-year-old Michael Molina is charged in the murder of 21-year-old Melissa Snodgrass, who was last seen in September 2003.
The change in Seattle is part of a larger trend toward higher wages playing out in statehouses and on ballots across the nation.
Investigators believe Stephen was 9 when he died in August 2012 and that Stoni was 13 when she died the following May.
It was the first loss of a Cincinnati firefighter in the line of duty since 2003.
A prisons department spokeswoman says eight inmates at the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown were continuing to refuse meals as of Wedne…
48-year-old Christopher Peppelman killed his wife, 41-year-old Nicole Peppelman, and took his own life.
The curriculum is still being developed, but science, technology, mathematics and engineering will be the main focus.
Enrollment at the school has dropped nearly 50 percent in the past two years, according to the Youngstown Diocese.
When officers arrived on scene, they found an armed suspect and two victims.
The Fast Track Trade Agreement is being met with opposition by lawmakers and local unions.
This “April Fools'” joke went very wrong.
Carleigh Dawson appeared in Niles Court Wednesday answering for her behavior in the back of a police cruiser.
Nearly 100 workers met in Springfield to push for a $15 an hour minimum wage.
A Cortland man was arrested and charged with rape in connection to an incident in Bazetta Township.
The impact of the item’s removal remains unclear because of how residents currently are defined in Ohio law.
The United Steelworkers union said that TPA has killed jobs, while some economic advisers have shown support for the authority.