One month after officers Morelli and Joering were killed in the line of duty, the mourning period ends
Gun rights advocates will gather at the Ohio Statehouse Saturday for an open carry rally against a bill that would ban assault weapons in th…
The Columbus Blue Jackets are starting to look in front of them to see who they can catch.
Saturday marks one month since two Westerville police officers were killed in the line of duty.
Interstate 270 east has reopened on the north side after an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper was injured when his cruiser hit a semi-truck.
The United States Marshals’ office has announced a new list of most-wanted fugitives.
Police confirm they have arrested a man accused of attacking Kevin Jones at a Short North bar.
The Hilliard Police Department issued a warning regarding people posting school threats on social media.
The Columbus City School District is investigating a video that shows a fight between a student and a district bus driver.
Columbus city crews boarded up The Family Market convenience store in the King-Lincoln neighborhood Friday morning.
For nearly 70 years, a Central Ohio family has been waiting for their missing brother to come home.
The Ohio University Police Department issued a safety notice after multiple thefts in Morrill Tower.
The Columbus Zoo is celebrating a winter baby boom with seven new babies, representing three at-risk species.
Hazmat units have given the all clear after they were called to a social security office on the west side of Columbus.
The weekend is finally here and it’s time to start it the right way: for FREE!
Applebee’s restaurants across the country were impacted by a data breach, including about a dozen here in Central Ohio.
Police in Columbus are asking for help locating a missing 12-year-old boy last seen in north Columbus.
Seth Jones scored 59 seconds into overtime to lift the Columbus Blue Jackets over the Colorado Avalanche 5-4 on Thursday night in a matchup …
This vigil was all about sharing the good moments Leah brought to her family, friends, and cheerleaders.
A Columbus chiropractor is facing sexual imposition charges after two women claimed he touched them inappropriately.