Ross County is battling heroin overdoses with amnesty for anyone who calls for help for a user who overdoses.
New babies born at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center were wrapped in “Beat the Irish” blankets.
Police have called these deaths the 98th and 99th homicides of the year.
Apple is facing a class-action lawsuit after some customers allege the company knew the latest iOS9 software upgrade would have compatibilit…
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) – Fans of The Ohio State Buckeyes are flooding into Arizona for Friday’s Fiesta Bowl between the Buckeyes and Notre Dam…
Have you noticed anything unusual in your garden in recent week? A stray flower blooming in December, or perhaps a dandelion on the side of …
A fire broke out Thursday in a residential building near Dubai’s massive New Year’s Eve fireworks display.
When police finally got a man to pull over after leading them on a wild chase they asked him his name.
A Michigan community came together to help a homeless couple tie the knot when they couldn’t afford proper attire, or even a place to welcom…
We found the ultimate Buckeye place in Glendale.
A day before the Fiesta Bowl, Urban Meyer announced Joey Bosa and Ezekiel Elliott have told him they will be leaving early for the NFL Draft…
A man in Mississippi said God made him use a chainsaw and a sledgehammer to destroy horse statues in a million dollar marble fountain.
Ohio State University coach Urban Meyer and Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly held a joint press conference today.
Authorities are investigating how a crew member died on a cruise ship while working on an elevator.
In an effort to find out the effects of Meal,Ready-to-Eat (MRE) on a body, the Army is looking for volunteers to eat the military rations fo…
If you’re not a fan of Donald Trump, then this app is for you.
A glitch with downtown Columbus parking meters means no tickets for unpaid meters downtown.
Investigators have been called to the scene of a fire in south Columbus where an 83-year-old man was found dead.
Earlier this year, Mayor Steve Adler took the challenge of finding homes for an estimated 200 homeless veterans.
Starting January 8, AT&T will stop offering the two-year contracts to subsidize new phone purchases.