The testing company that created new standardized tests debuting this year says it's fielded thousands of questions from Ohio school districts related to problems with the online exams.
SWAT teams surrounded a suburban Philadelphia home after police say a man shot his neighbor in the shoulder and then barricaded himself in his house.
Ohio motorists are seeing lower gas prices to start the work week.
An abandoned and rusty Philadelphia railway could turn into an elevated urban escape much like New York's vaunted High Line park.
Ohio emergency management officials plan to discuss the precarious situation with a faulty dam at Buckeye Lake.
Crews will be taking advantage of warmer than average temperatures as several road work projects get underway this week.
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Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) plans to address the group he commissioned to study police and community relations in Ohio.
A former southwest Ohio lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain is set for a court hearing prior to his trial.
A northeast Ohio man convicted in the slayings of his ex-girlfriend and their 5-year-old son faces sentencing in the potential death penalty case.
State regulators are holding a public meeting on a proposed air quality permit for natural gas activities.
West Virginia University's Mountaineer mascot is getting some financial help from a Charleston couple.
Kanawha County high school teams are hitting the court this week for an annual competition.
Two former executives at Freedom Industries are due in court for plea hearings on charges stemming from last year's chemical spill in Charleston.
A new roof is on the way to the Capitol Theatre in Wheeling.
A mud slide in the Big Grave Creek area of Marshall County is inching closer to the roadway.
Crews will shut off water to work on a water main break at 4th and Maple Streets.
Natural resources officials are reminding Ohioans about the state's outdoor burning regulations for spring as warmer weather approaches.