Lester Eubanks, was allowed to go Christmas shopping with three other inmates. Two guards dropped them off at a Columbus shopping mall at 10 a.m. and planned to pick them up four hours later. But 2 p.m. rolled around and he was gone.
Harley Dilly had been missing since Dec. 20 on his way to school.
Marquise Byrd was killed in 2017 while driving through Toledo. His mother just found out a few weeks ago that three of the teens were out.
President Donald Trump used his first campaign election rally of 2020 to argue that he served up “American justice” by ordering a drone strike to take out Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, while jeering Democratic leaders for questioning his decision to carry out the attack without first consulting Congress.
In his first campaign stop of the 2020 election season, President Donald Trump will speak at a rally in Toledo, Ohio Thursday evening. A spokesperson said audiences will hear about the economy, American strength, and issues that unify the country.
Officials in one Ohio county are asking people to be on the lookout for a mass that may look like a pine cone, but actually contains something else.
Dressed as Carrie White, complete with a prom dress, tiara and fake blood, Sidney Wolfe said she totaled her car after hitting a deer and was mostly uninjured.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost compared the amount of fentanyl seized in the bust to "a weapon of mass destruction."
Victoria Schafer was killed Sept. 2 while visiting Hocking Hills State Park in southeastern Ohio.
Newlyweds in Ohio provided a “tremendous gift” to a local animal shelter when they asked their guests to provide donations instead of wedding gifts.
Sandusky's Cedar Point isn't set for sale to Six Flags, yet, as the parent company rebuffed the offer from the world's largest regional theme park operator because the $4 billion offer for all of its properties was too low, according to a report.
Some Burger King customers may have been getting an unwanted side of identity theft.
Deputies in Ohio pulled over two Amish men over the weekend who they said had decked out their horse-drawn buggy with a massive stereo system and were throwing back beers.
Columbus police arrested two Ohio educators on charges of endangering children after detectives viewed troubling surveillance video from the learning center where the educators were employed, according to the Columbus Division of Police.