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Police officers in Ohio can be convicted of intimidation if they knowingly file false complaints to intimidate or influence witnesses, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
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COLUMBUS: Tax changes and funding for Ohio schools are among the top topics Tuesday as a legislative panel starts sorting out differences between the state House and Senate versions of the budget.
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Residents have packed a city council meeting to protest the shooting of five feral kittens by a humane officer.
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A new report says Ohio's Cedar Point and Kings Island were the most-visited theme parks in the nation last year outside of the usual hot spots in Florida and California.
Sometimes in this business you ask a stupid question, and last week was one of those times.
A central Ohio day care worker is denying accusations that she sprinkled drugs on snacks to get children in her day care to sleep during the day.
It's the Ohio to Erie Trail, and while technically it's a multi-use path and walkers, runners, roller bladers and even cross-country skiers are welcome, we all know it's really a bike trail.
Census numbers indicate that the state may finally have reversed the decades-long trend of losing young adults ages 20 to 34 to other states, The Dayton Daily News reported in a story Monday.
Buoyed by three women found alive recently after disappearing about a decade ago, supporters of another missing woman in Cleveland hope a weekend rally raised awareness.
The measure being considered by state lawmakers sets training and licensing requirements for dog wardens and other officers who use a drug to capture a dog.
Time is running out for eligible military veterans to claim Ohio bonuses of up to $1,500, and officials are worried that thousands of veterans may miss out by not applying.
A Pakistan native has been charged with bilking a wealthy Washington businessman out of nearly $10 million, but it's the flashy way prosecutors allege Haider Zafar spent the money that's also getting attention.
The Ohio legislature is deciding whether or not to expand the state's Medicaid program to cover more people.
Far from the hospital-building boom in Columbus, a far less visible but no less fierce battle between OhioHealth and Ohio State University is sweeping the state's towns and smaller cities.
Twenty-three contestants modeled outfits provided by Richland Mall merchants Saturday afternoon, from casual shorts and tops to sundresses and skinny jeans in front of a crowd of well-wishers.
One reason is that the addictive substance is now being made in spaces as small as a large soda bottle.