Ohio Mom's Confession Details How She Smothered 3 Young SonsAn Ohio woman accused of suffocating her three young sons over a 13-month period says in a recorded police interview that she smothered each boy with a blanket over the face because she didn't want to see them suffering.
Ohio School District Bans Clown Costumes At Halloween EventsA school district in northeast Ohio has banned clown costumes from Halloween festivities.
Man: Police Slammed My Head Into Windshield, Cracking GlassA man suing an Ohio police department alleges an officer violating his rights by slamming his head into a cruiser's windshield with enough force to crack the glass.
AP: Ohio Plans January Execution Using 3-Drug ComboOhio says it plans to carry out at least three executions next year with a new three-drug combination.
So Long 'Mean Streak': Famous Roller Coaster Axed For GoodThe colossal wooden structure standing tall at Cedar Point, known as "Mean Streak," will be going down in no time.
Boy Seen In Car With Adults Who Overdosed Gets New HomeA 4-year-old Ohio boy pictured in police photos in the back seat of a car while his grandmother and her boyfriend were slumped over from a drug overdose is moving in with other relatives.
Furry Tails: Sweet RewardsWe all need a little break every now and then. That includes police officers and their K-9 partners.
Police Post Shocking Pictures Of Adults Who Overdosed With 4-Year-Old In CarPolice in one Ohio town are hoping that the shocking reality of drug abuse will help to fight the heroin epidemic.
Medics Treat 40 Ohio Middle Schoolers Who Ate Ghost PeppersOfficials say several dozen Ohio middle schoolers apparently ate extra-hot peppers brought in by a student and were treated by medics after some had adverse reactions.
The Scoop Behind Alcohol Content In Pennsylvania BeerWhile Ohio has just lifted the alcohol limits in beer, Pennsylvania never had them.
Health Officials: Contagious Diarrheal Disease Spreading In OhioPublic health officials say a contagious diarrheal disease continues to grow in central Ohio.
Ohio City's New $868K Firetruck Doesn't Fit In StationOfficials in a southwest Ohio city say a new firetruck the city bought for almost $868,000 doesn't fit in the station houses.