Police have made a handful of arrests after using tear gas to disperse some Ohio State students and football fans following the Buckeyes' 42-20 win over the University of Oregon.
An 85-year-old Ohio man faces possible prison time when he's sentenced for dozing off while driving and causing a crash that killed two people on a motorcycle last year.
Ohio's state school board has elected a former high school teacher and college football coach as its next president.
The Ohio House is adding two new legislative committees, including one that will focus on families and communities.
A drug task force's former director found guilty of charges including theft in office has been sentenced in northeast Ohio to 1½ years in prison.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is seeking original wildlife art for the 2016 edition of its wildlife calendar.
Alderson Broaddus University is adding a new major: legal studies.
Starting Jan. 26, the state will begin accepting applications for the low income energy assistance program.
Marshall University is celebrating the life of its late president, Stephen Kopp.
Muslim residents of New Jersey will be in court to try to reverse a ruling that gave New York City police the right to monitor their activities.
Attorneys for imprisoned former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick will argue before a federal appeals panel that he should get a new trial.
Police are using pepper spray to control some Ohio State students and football fans following the Buckeye's 42-20 win over the University of Oregon.
Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 246 yards and four touchdowns and Ohio State won the first national title in college football's playoff era, running over Oregon 42-20 Monday night.
At the end of last season, a 2015 National Title match up between the Oregon Ducks and the Ohio State Buckeyes didn't seem so far fetched. Both had high powered offenses led by Heisman contenders at quarterback.But then Ohio State hit a few snags beginning with Braxton Miller injuring his shoulder then the Buckeyes lost early in the season to Virginia Tech and then back-up QB JT Barrett broke his leg against Michigan. Some Scarlet and Gray Faithful wavered but the tough times helped solidify ...
Idaho State University has canceled an order for 11 AR-15 rifles for its campus security detail. Associate Vice President Phil Moessner says the school ordered the weapons in August to have them on hand in case of a campus shooting. The order was canceled last month.