KIRTLAND HILLS, Ohio (AP) — A former police chief was sentenced to two years in prison for stealing from the northeastern Ohio village he served.
Toledo failed again yesterday to persuade a Lucas County judge to ban guns and other weapons from a neo-Nazi rally planned in downtown Toledo today, and a last-minute appeal to a higher court went unanswered.
Bre’Anna Walker, a 13-year-old from Columbus, wants to see a change in her family’s dinner conversation. “I hope for a time where I no longer have to sit down at the dinner table and hear about another young black man that’s been shot by the police,” she said at the 16th annual Statewide Martin Luther King Jr.
A Pickerington man was charged today with aggravated vehicular homicide and vehicular assault for a crash that killed a Canal Winchester woman on June 5, 2014. A Fairfield County grand jury issued the indictments against Ramon J.
The dogwoods are in bloom and you could be forgiven for thinking (hoping) that flu and other seasonal respiratory woes are memories. But flu continues to sicken and hospitalize Ohioans of all ages and children are struggling with additional viruses that usually tail off by mid-April.
Madlab celebrates, Urinetown pontificates and Sufjan Stevens ruminates. Musical legends being performed are Duke Ellington, Shostakovich, Mozart and Stephen Sondheim, with a special emphasis on Mahler's complex 2nd Symphony. A strongman competition features some special competitors, and even the pets withh have something to do.
Two Reynoldsburg residents have been indicted on human-trafficking and other charges. Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien said in a release today that Thomas M. Williamson, 32, and his fiancée, Michelle N.
A 16-year-old boy accused of trying to steal Nike sneakers from a mall shopper who fatally shot another teen who was with him has pleaded not guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter and robbery.
Ohio’s unemployment rate held steady at a 13-year low of 5.1 percent in March, according to state figures released this morning. That’s the fourth straight month that the rate has been at 5.1 percent.
Call after call came into 911 centers from Ashland County to Akron. All of them over four caged puppies riding atop a family’s minivan.
CINCINNATI — A convicted juvenile-court judge’s request to remove the judge hearing the latest case against her was denied yesterday by the Ohio Supreme Court.
Ohio House Republicans included a one-paragraph gift to the steel industry in their budget proposal this week that makes it clear that steel slag can be reused in roads and concrete.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — A 22-year-old University of Kentucky student was fatally shot a block from campus yesterday morning in what police think was a random robbery gone awry.
Flu, schmu. It was business as usual today where the dogs run free at Scioto Audubon Metro Park. As the dogs bumped noses – an easy way to transmit this newly-identified strain of canine flu that’s spreading in the Midwest – they were clearly unconcerned about any news of potential sickness.
The brother of a man who was shot in a Far West Side motel last weekend is accused of causing his death, according to the Franklin County sheriff’s office. Joel A.
A well-known businessman in Ross County was sentenced today to six years in prison after he pleaded guilty to embezzling millions. U.S. District Judge Gregory L. Frost also ordered Joseph P.
A South Linden man was sentenced this morning to 32 years in prison for raping a 13-year-old girl who was waiting for a school bus on a North Linden street last spring.
Deanne Valentine plants one of 7,900 pinwheels outside Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University, where she works. Each pinwheel represents an organ transplant performed since 1967 at the hospital, where more than 250 patients receive a transplant each year.
If you didn’t believe Gov. John Kasich when he said he was seriously considering a presidential run, maybe you will now. Supporters started the first step in the process to fund Kasich’s unofficial bid for Kasich this week, incorporating “A New Day for America” with Ohio’s secretary of state.
A Champaign County man pleaded guilty last week to three misdemeanor counts of cruelty to animals in connection with a raid at his home last month in which 137 dogs were removed from unsafe living conditions.
Policy changes, new board members and more than $3 million in campus upgrades are some of the changes Wilberforce University has made in its fight to keep its accreditation.
For a while yesterday, a braided chain of plastic bags hung over a slice of lawn on the South Oval at Ohio State University. The chain stretched along most of a sidewalk, across the grass and wound around lampposts and a table.
One thing became clear during Gov. John Kasich’s three-stop swing through northern South Carolina on Friday: If he’s not fully immersed in the waters of presidential politics, his toes are pretty wet.
Eleven Short North Posse members indicted on federal murder charges last year will not face the death penalty. When charges were filed, federal prosecutors had asked for death-penalty specifications. The U.S.
Secretary of State Jon Husted and groups including the Ohio NAACP reached a settlement on a federal election law lawsuit that maintains the shorter early voting period approved by Republicans last year, but also expands weekend voting.
A West Side man shook his head as he pleaded not guilty to three terrorism-related charges this morning in a heavily guarded federal courtroom in Columbus. Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, 23, politely answered questions from a magistrate judge but said little else as he sat in U.S.
New boating regulations for Buckeye Lake include bans on skiing, wakeboarding or tubing. Boaters will be able to drive fast in a designated speed zone, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources announced this morning.
Two caseworkers assigned to a 2-year-old girl who weighed 13 pounds when she died of starvation and blunt-force injury have resigned. A statement yesterday from the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services confirmed that the workers assigned to Glenara Bates’ case have resigned.
A would-be Libertarian candidate in Ohio’s gubernatorial election last year has filed a complaint alleging that Gov. John Kasich’s re-election team broke election law and owes a hefty fine.