Investigators suspect the partial collapse of a vacant, nearly 150-year-old building in downtown Cincinnati may have started with a failed foundation but say it's too soon for a definitive conclusion.
Westover Mayor David Johnson will serve 50 hours of community service after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor election charge.
One person was killed and two firefighters were injured in a house fire near Pittsburgh.
A Marion County convicted of killing a woman in 2005 has lost his bid for a new trial.
Some hospitals are turning away visitors who have fevers, coughs and other symptoms this flu season, and one northeast Ohio facility is using greeters as gatekeepers to help keep out the germs.
Police are investigating after an 8-year-old boy was taken to a Philadelphia hospital with a bullet wound to the shoulder.
Replacing one of Ohio's figures in the U.S. Capitol's Statuary Hall with a bronze Thomas Edison will cost much less than originally estimated.
The pilot killed when a single-engine plane crashed near an Ohio airport along Lake Erie has been identified as a 60-year-old man from suburban Columbus.
Two term-limited state lawmakers who worked across party lines to strike a bipartisan redistricting agreement this session are joining forces to get the deal approved by Ohio voters.
Funeral services are set for a woman and her three grandsons killed in an early morning house fire.
A cancer charity backed by basketball player Lauren Hill is hoping a telethon will push donations over the $1 million mark.
An appeals court has upheld the firing of a maintenance worker who took cellphone photos after a fatal northeast Ohio school shooting in February 2012.
Skiers and snowboarders might be able to hit the slopes at three northern Ohio resorts soon - but they'll have to settle for machine-made snow.
New Year's Eve along Lake Erie in northern Ohio means just one thing: the annual walleye drop in Port Clinton.
A complaint filed by West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey alleges a White Sulphur Springs funeral home has violated the state's Consumer Credit and Protection Act.
The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission is holding an emergency meeting to vote on the appointment of Marshall University's interim president.