Updated: 10/23/19 11:47 pm EDT

State senator introduces bill to require education on what to do during traffic stops

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A state lawmaker doesn't think enough Ohioans know what to do and she wants to make sure everyone understands the proper way to deal with law enforcement.Read more

Dogs seized from Columbus pet shop owner now up for adoption

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On the first day of adoptions, the line at the humane society was out the door.Read more

Simulator puts students in officers' shoes with making split-second decisions

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As a part of the 7 week-long Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives Citizen's Academy, the bureau put students through the judgment test.Read more

Ohio Senate unanimously passes Tyler's Law

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The law would go into effect immediately with Gov. Mike DeWine's signature.Read more

Trick or Treat? Halloween looking to bring coolest air of the season

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Trending much cooler into next week, with some areas seeing the coolest air of the season just in time for Halloween.Read more

Northeast Ohio mascot recognized at Statehouse as nation's best high school mascot

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The Ohio general assembly recognized a junior from Hubbard Exempted Village School District as the best high school mascot in the country.Read more

Ohio's first 'SmartLane' opens with goal of easing traffic headed east

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Officials opened the SmartLane to drivers Wednesday afternoon.Read more

Police: Ohio State student wakes up to unknown man standing in her bedroom

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The Ohio State University has issued a safety alert after an off-campus incident where a student woke up to an unknown male standing in her bedroom.Read more


Mansfield police issue warning of suspects impersonating Children Services officials

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Police in Mansfield are warning residents following two incidents where suspects appeared to impersonate public officials with Richland County Children Services and...Read more

Republicans disrupt closed-door impeachment deposition

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The GOP maneuver delayed a deposition with Laura Cooper, a senior Defense Department official who oversees Ukraine policy, until midafternoon.Read more

State data: Majority of Ohio medical marijuana users over 40

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Chronic pain is most commonly cited as the reason for the use of medical marijuana.Read more


Former Columbus fire official pleads guilty to misdemeanor charge of dereliction of duty

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Jack Reall entered the guilty plea as part of a deal during a court appearance on Wednesday morning.Read more

Man in US illegally gets 10 years to life for raping, impregnating 11-year-old Ohio girl

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Judge Frank Forchione told Leon-Gomez his behavior was "despicable" and he deserved no mercy.Read more




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LIST: Trick-or-Treat dates & times across central Ohio

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Find out when Beggar's Night is in your neighborhood.Read more

Ohio plans to increase payments to relatives caring for kids

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As more kids are being removed from their homes amid the opioid crisis, Ohio plans to increase payments to approved relatives caring for children who were taken from...Read more

Trump lifts sanctions on Turkey, says cease-fire permanent

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Trump says, "We've saved the lives of many, many Kurds."Read more

Ruth Bader Ginsburg wins $1 million Berggruen Prize for philosophy and culture

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the winner of this year's $1 million Berggruen Prize for philosophy...Read more

Lawmakers pass bill to make animal cruelty a federal felony

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The “Pact Act” bill bans several acts of cruelty including burning, crushing, drowning and impaling animals. The law will also allow authorities to go across state lines...Read more