Pa., Ohio Men Among Marines Killed In Helicopter CrashFour Marines killed when their helicopter crashed on a training mission in the Southern California desert were identified Thursday as men in their 20s and 30s.
Police: Student Spotted With Gun On Middle School PlaygroundPolice say a 14-year-old student was spotted with a loaded handgun on a playground at an Ohio middle school.
Ohio Hospital Says Child Opioid Exposure Occurring Too OftenA doctor in southwest Ohio says her hospital has been treating as many as two children a week for accidental exposure to suspected opioids.
Ohio Children Believed To Have Been Shot By Mother DieTwo children who police say were shot by their mother in Ohio last week have died.
Bishop Zubik Calls An Uber, Driver Turns Out To Be Old FriendWhen a leg problem stopped him from driving, Roman Catholic Bishop David Zubik started communing with a new world called "Uber."
Police: Ohio Mother Shoots 6-Year-Old, 8-Year-Old In HeadAn Ohio woman has been taken into custody after police say she shot her own children.
Pastor, Wife Get Prison Sentences After Foster Child's DeathAn Ohio pastor has been sentenced to 18 years to life in prison in the death of his foster son, and his wife received three years for endangering the child.
Watch: Deadly Tanker Crash On Ohio Interstate Sparks Large FireballPart of the interstate in Ohio could be closed for days after police say a car going the wrong direction crashed into a truck carrying gasoline.
Ohio Man Arrested After Trying To Have Sex With A VanOhio officers arrested a man after a witness said they saw him trying to have sex with a parked van.
Police: Armstrong County Shooting Was Justifiable, No Charges FiledPolice say no charges will be filed after a man was shot in Dayton early Saturday morning.
Man Enters School Playground, Stabs 7-Year-Old At RecessPolice say a man approached an Ohio school playground during recess and stabbed a 7-year-old girl, leaving her seriously hurt.
Trump Surrounded By Agents As Man Tries To Breach SecurityRepublican presidential candidates Marco Rubio and John Kasich suggested Saturday they may not support Donald Trump if he becomes the GOP nominee, as violence at the front-runner's rallies deepened the party's chaotic chasm.