Authorities say tens of thousands of customers were without power and damage reports were coming in after severe weather including a tornado was reported east of Cincinnati.
A proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would limit vaccine mandates by businesses, health care providers and governments is a step closer to the statewide ballot.
A man has pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison for a botched robbery that ended with the fatal shooting of an undercover Cleveland detective and his informant.
President Joe Biden is heading to Ohio to showcase a rule aimed at shoring up pensions for millions of workers.
A federal appeals court is allowing the Biden administration to implement an immigration policy that prioritized the deportation of people in the country illegally who commit the most serious crimes.
President Joe Biden is taking a message of shoring up workers' pensions to Ohio, hoping to reinvigorate his political standing with blue-collar voters.
The remains of an Army Air Force sergeant from Ohio who died after he was sent to a prisoner of war camp during World War II have now been positively identified.
Police say a Black man shot and killed by Akron police officers in a hail of bullets following a vehicle and foot pursuit was unarmed at the time of the shooting.
Attorneys for multiple women suing Deshaun Watson over sexual misconduct are seeking the documents from the NFL’s investigation into the former Houston Texans quarterback.
Federal prosecutors say a hunter has been sentenced to just under a decade in prison for illegal possession of a weapon used to shoot and seriously wound an Ohio Department of Natural Resources officer investigating a deer poaching complaint in 2020.
Proponents say a new law taking effect this fall will establish uniform rules for carrying knives across Ohio to prevent municipalities from enforcing local regulations.
The Ohio Supreme Court has denied a request from abortion providers to freeze the newly imposed state ban on abortions at the first detectable “fetal heartbeat” while a legal debate plays out in court.
Last July, a federal judge in West Virginia heard closing arguments in the first lawsuit to go to trial over the U.S. opioid addiction epidemic.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has postponed the first two executions scheduled for next year, meaning the state’s unofficial death penalty moratorium will continue after his first term.
Big Ten votes to accept Southern California and UCLA as full conference members, effective Aug. 2, 2024.
Parents have sued an Ohio school district over a resolution banning the instruction of critical race theory and prohibiting any “anti-racism” curriculum, education or training.
A bill heading to North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper's desk would require elevator safety improvements inside North Carolina vacation cottages and short-term rentals.
The NFL and Deshaun Watson’s legal team presented their arguments before a disciplinary officer for a second day with both sides holding firm as the hearing is scheduled to continue in Delaware on Thursday.
Two cousins from a remote community in southern Mexico were among the 67 people packed into a tractor-trailer and abandoned under the sweltering Texas sun.
Laws banning most abortions at the point of the “first detectable heartbeat"are beginning to take effect following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn the nearly 50-year-old Roe v. Wade decision.
Authorities say a man shot and killed by police following a vehicle and foot pursuit this week died from multiple gunshot wounds.
The NFL insisted on an indefinite suspension while Deshaun Watson’s legal team argued there’s no basis for that punishment as both sides presented their cases in front of a retired judge in Delaware on Tuesday, two people in attendance told The Associated Press.
Ohio families that have called rural land home for generations are lamenting the loss of their property to a massive development project.
Scientists say climate change is likely contributing to a rodent boom that is making more work for pest control experts.
Sen. Joe Manchin says a group of U.S. senators has agreed to effectively dismantle a commission tasked by the Department of Veterans Affairs to carry out closures, downsizing and other medical facility changes nationwide.
Here is the latest Ohio news from The Associated Press at 5:40 p.m. EDT.
A lawsuit alleges the Houston Texans had been told that their former quarterback Deshaun Watson was sexually assaulting and harassing women during massage sessions, but instead of trying to stop him, the team provided him with resources to enable his actions and “turned a blind eye” to his behavior.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has postponed the last execution that was scheduled for this year.
Michigan lawmakers have approved a $101 million package as they try to encourage large companies to invest and create jobs in the state.