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A case of alleged child enticement in Worthington has exposed a gaping hole in state law.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Justice Department will dispatch 12 federal prosecutors to cities ravaged by addiction.
An east side pastor is jailed, accused of sexually assaulting three young girls in his church office.
As some rides re-opened at the Ohio State Fair on Friday, four victims who were injured the accident that shut them down remained hospitaliz…
It was late on a Wednesday night, June 28th, when a neighbor called 911 to report a fight between Sarah Bennett and Phillip Parker.
Multiple law enforcement agencies teamed up Friday to arrest a man who was wanted on several felony warrants out of state.
There have been at least 31 thefts or burglaries in a three block area around South Ogden Ave. in just the past month, according to the bloc…
The center will have a total of 55 beds to triage patients and provide immediate access to detox and treatment.
The President and CEO of The Buckeye Institute, a Columbus non-profit, is back home after a harrowing experience and medical emergency durin…
Eighteen-year-old Julius Core allegedly robbed a bank, got shot by police, took two people hostage inside a Taco Bell, and then called 911.
The Fraternal Order of Police plans to initiate the appeal process of the firing of Columbus Police Officer Zachary Rosen this week.
The future of Ohio’s Medicaid expansion is in limbo as lawmakers weigh a veto override and expansion supporters work to stop them.
Columbus police say a 68-year-old woman was the victim of an attempted sexual assault Sunday morning near the intersection of East Rich and …
The Ohio Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on a bill to further restrict abortions in Ohio.
Protesters staged a “die-in” Friday outside the Columbus office of Republican Senator Rob Portman. They said they were demonstrating their c…