Officials: Mother Of 5 Children Killed In Ohio Fire Remains Hospitalized, Condition ImprovingA hospital official says the mother of five children killed in a fire at their Ohio home remains hospitalized, but her condition is improving.
FBI Charge 2 In Ohio Accused Of Plotting Separate Attacks, Including 1 At SynagogueFederal authorities say they've charged two people in Ohio involved in planning separate attacks, including one who wanted to carry out a shooting at a synagogue.
5 Young Children Killed In Youngstown House FireFive children died in a late Sunday evening house fire in Youngstown, Ohio.
Police: Woman Accused Of Pouring Hot Grease On Victim During ArgumentA 61-year-old Ohio woman was arrested after allegedly pouring hot grease on another woman during an argument.
Ohio Senators, GM Chief To Discuss Plant ClosureOhio's two U.S. senators say they'll meet with the head of General Motors this week to discuss what can be done to stop its northeastern Ohio assembly plant from closing.
Youngstown State University Lockdown Lifted, Suspect SurrendersYoungstown State University has been placed on lockdown over reports of a suspect with a firearm on campus.
Prosecutor Considering Pursuing Death Penalty For Man Accused In Murders Of Woman, ChildA grand jury has indicted a man accused of setting fire to a suburban Cleveland home and killing a woman and her 8-year-old daughter.
Private School Won't Allow Religious Exemptions To Avoid Child VaccinationsA private school in Ohio has decided religious beliefs are no longer an excuse for refusing to have a child vaccinated.
Drivers Holding A Pet Will Be Cited Under New Distracted Driving LawA major crackdown on distracted drivers in a small town in northeast Ohio is going well beyond the usual ban on texting-while-driving.
General Motors To Shut Down Ohio Plant, Thousands AffectedOne of the largest factories in our region is now slated to close.
More Than 900 Hepatitis A Cases Reported In Ohio Amid Multistate OutbreakOhio has logged more than 900 cases of hepatitis A this year amid an outbreak around the state and some neighboring states.
Prosecutor: Cause Of Drug Exposure That Sickened 23 Ohio Prison Staff Members UnclearA prosecutor says investigators haven't been able to determine how an inmate and 23 staff members at a southern Ohio prison were exposed to and sickened by a mix of heroin and the potent painkiller fentanyl.