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.
Ohio House Republicans Debate Anti-Vaccination Bill AgainHundreds of supporters of a Republican-backed bill that would prohibit employers from requiring workers to receive vaccinations descended on the Ohio Statehouse.
Review: 4 Former Columbus Zoo Executives Misspent $630,000Trustees of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium said Friday that financial abuses by four former executives cost the institution more than $630,000.
19-Year-Old Charged In Deaths Of 2 Ohio Men He Met Online Held On $2 Million BailA man charged in the deaths of two Ohio men authorities say were killed after meeting the suspect online was held on $2 million bail.
Man Will Face Charge Of Causing Panic After Allegedly Causing Rush Out Of Movie TheaterA man will face a charge of causing a panic after his actions prompted a panicked rush out of an Ohio movie theater, authorities said.
Ohio Woman Facing Child Endangerment Charge After Shooting Injures 5-Year-Old BoyAn Ohio woman is facing felony child endangerment charges after a gunshot injured a 5-year-old boy.
Prosecutor To Review Goalie Kivlenieks' Fireworks DeathPolice in Michigan have turned over their investigation into the fireworks death of Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks to a prosecutor for review.
Ohio IDs 117 Noncitizens Who Voted or Registered In 2020Ohio’s elections chief has referred for possible prosecution 117 apparent noncitizens who either registered to vote or cast a ballot last year.