A grand jury in Cuyahoga County has indicted six members of the Cleveland police force.
Participants debate how best to measure, predict inflation
The indictment stems from a November 2012 incident which left a driver and passenger killed in a hailstorm of gunfire.
Retrofitting the 'skin' of an older building can save energy and money.
After two years of A- negative ratings, Fitch revises taxpayer-supported hospital's financial status
Judicial member says legislation would affect voters' constitutional rights.
Friday, May 30, 2014 at 1:25 PM
The method has had some measured, proven success so far.
Local officials have worked to turn around perceptions of the region through development and reform since the series.
The federal government has chosen southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky as one of 12 designated “Manufacturing Communities.”
Batchelder says he’d like to see the voters of Ohio take on the issue of term limits as early as this year.
KSU is offering another chance for 1,500 former students to earn their degrees.
Mayor John McNally is accused of bribery, tampering with records, perjury, money laundering and other crimes.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 6:18 PM
A federal judge wants to hear about the state’s proposed changes to the lethal injection process before two executions can continue.
It’s now up to Gov. John Kasich to decide the future of Ohio’s energy standards.
A Cuyahoga County grand jury indicted Youngstown's mayor, the Mahoning County auditor and a former candidate for prosecutor.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 4:19 PM
Commander says excursions to remote areas pose risks
Return visit to Italy is still not a done deal
The massive decline in honeybees concerns those who care for bees, who point at a number of potential factors.
Police Chief Calvin Williams is asking people with information about a string of weekend homicides to come forward.
Ohio’s Democratic Senator is introducing a bill he says will make it easier for veterans to file claims for brain injuries and PTSD.