Vigil/fundraiser Tuesday night for Taylor Robinson, missing since May 3 from ...
Comedian Frank Caliendo will be at Hilarities in Cleveland this weekend.
What started out as a teen prank turned into a vicious attack.
Tornado warning for Denver International Airport is over and no damage has been ...
More than a third of New York City residents' homes are now in evacuation zones ...
Wet and unsettled weather continued for parts of the East and South on Monday ...
More employees of the truck stop chain owned by the Cleveland Browns owner and ...
Indians recalled Lonnie Chisenhall from AAA Columbus and optioned Matt ...
Bob and Karen Alter had a rare experience on the golf course. They each ...
John Mayer gives Taylor Swift a taste of her own medicine, as his new song, ...
Katy Perry reportedly hasn't spoken to her ex-husband, Russell Brand, since he ...
Across the board, unemployment has affected people of all ages.
After hovering around $4 a gallon for a couple weeks, prices at the pump have ...
It's time to grab your tickets and play the Powerball!
Security could get a little tighter at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.
Topics: Downtown Development, Police Punished and Gee's gone.
Ohio lawmakers want federal officials to reduce the processing time for veterans' disability claims
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announces committee recomendations for school safety.
A federal indictment charges a former Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation employee and another person with claiming more than $8 million in fraudulent tax refunds.
Leaders of the group FreedomOhio say they've decided not to try for this year's ballot
More stretches of Ohio roadways could see 70 mph speed limits.
Unhappiness by food truck owners over proposed rules may thwart efforts by Columbus to regulate the fast-growing industry.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is awarding $7.2 million for projects to help children safely walk or bike to school.
Several owners of exotic animals in Ohio are telling a federal appeals court a new state law unreasonably infringes on their rights
Ohio's attorney general is telling more than 600 Internet cafes to file new affidavits with his office by next month.
State representatives are moving to shield proceeds of JobsOhio's $1.5 billion liquor deal from public audit.
One measure halts the expansion of Internet cafes where patrons buy cards for phone/Internet time with chances to play computer games
Cuyahoga County will start issuing Veterans ID cards.
Sen. Rob Portman took part in Cuyahoga Falls' Memorial Day.
Democrats in Ohio are proposing reforms they say will make Gov. John Kasich's job-creation office more accountable.
Republican-controlled Ohio House voted to uphold GOP candidate's victory last year in disputed state rep race
State lawmakers in Ohio are ready to vote on a pair of proposals cracking down on storefront sweepstakes parlors.
Democrats in the Ohio Senate want to redirect millions of dollars from a proposed income tax cut to education.
The powerful heroin documentary started conversations and now things are moving on the legislative end
Two state legislators want to end the requirement for two license plates on vehicles in Ohio and require only one per vehicle.
Ohio AG certifies petition to amend the Ohio Constitution by adding the Ohio Cannabis Rights Amendment
An Ohio senator is skeptical about the president's suggestion that he hadn't been aware of IRS targeting of conservative groups.
Channel 3 News wanted to find out what Ohio's delegation in Washington D.C. is spending taxpayer money on
An Ohio bill could fix a new state law that allows coaches and referees in youth sports leagues to be criminally prosecuted.
Some Ohio conservative activists say they were targeted by the Internal Revenue Service.
AG DeWine says new, holistic initiative aimed at decreasing violent crime by targeting Ohio's most violent offenders.
Ohio only state in U.S. that identifies party of prospective judges in primaries and then sends winners into general election
Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he hasn't given up hope that the Legislature will expand the Medicaid program
Voters have rejected a proposal to ban hydraulic fracturing in Youngstown