Ohio County Seeks To Settle Suit Over Female Inmate PhotosAn Ohio county is seeking to settle a federal lawsuit over photographs taken of intimate tattoos of up to 682 female detainees for $2.5 million.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Signs New Congressional Map Into LawDespite objections, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed the state's new congressional map into law.
Two Ohio Republicans Introduce Texas-Style Abortion Restriction LegislationTwo Ohio lawmakers have introduced a Texas-style abortion ban.
Fallen Branch Kills Hiker At Mohican State Park In OhioA woman died after she was struck by a fallen branch while hiking on a trail in an Ohio state park.
Columbus Zoo Loses Main Accreditation From Association Of Zoos And AquariumsDue to concerns over the zoo's animal programs and inappropriate actions, the Columbus Zoo lost its most important accreditation.
Former Trump Aide And U.S. House Candidate In Ohio Files Defamation LawsuitMax Miller, a U.S. House candidate in Ohio, has filed a defamation lawsuit against former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham.
Two Columbus Narcotics Officers Arrested By FBI On Drug ChargesTwo Columbus narcotics officers were arrested by FBI agents for distributing fentanyl.
ACLU, Voter Groups Sue In Ohio Over New Legislative MapsA lawsuit filed challenges Ohio’s newly drawn state legislative districts as giving an extreme and unfair advantage to the Republican Party.
Ohio Legislatures Begin Debate Over Critical Race Theory Ban BillsA debate in the Ohio legislature began on Wednesday over two bills that would ban critical race theory.
Shooting Death Of 14-Year-Old Boy Adds To Spike In Homicides In ColumbusThe death of a 14-year-old boy in Columbus was the city's 148th homicide in 2021.
COVID-19 In Ohio: Columbus To Reissue Indoor Mask Mandate As Cases Continue To RiseAs COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on track to pass last fall's surge in Ohio, Columbus has reinstated its indoor mask mandate.