Christine Priola, 49, a former occupational therapist for the Cleveland schools, was arrested for her alleged involvement in the deadly pro-Trump Capitol riot.
Researchers have discovered a new variant of the SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in a patient in Ohio.
Investigators in Polk County say a former police officer from Ohio, upset by allegations of voter fraud, wrote about building homemade guns and heading to Washington to carry out violence.
Fetal remains from surgical abortions in Ohio must be cremated or buried under a new bill signed by Gov. Mike DeWine.
The boy, identified only as Tony, received an outpouring of support from police and the local community after officers found him at the Hope Memorial Gardens Cemetery on Dec. 23.
The Justice Department announced Tuesday that it would not bring federal criminal charges against two Cleveland police officers in the 2014 killing of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, saying video of the shooting was of too poor a quality for prosecutors to conclusively establish what had happened.
“I can’t believe this is real.” Julia Nameth was finally reunited with her dog, Junior, who was taken from her during a home invasion in 2012. Junior even remembered the same hand signals Nameth taught him more than eight years ago.
A 93-year-old retired Air Force colonel, known as "Mr. Fix It" to his grandchildren, is using his handyman talents to give back to the community.
The photographer said that he has been interested in photography for a while, but just picked up wildlife photography about five years ago.
Cleveland ISD students and parents react to a high school football player who was arrested following a fight on the sideline.
The Justice Department and FBI will help review the fatal shooting by an Ohio sheriff’s deputy of a Black man.
A top Cleveland Clinic official says some Ohio hospitals are running out of ventilators due to the worsening COVID-19 outbreak and a sharp increase in hospitalizations.
A customer left a $3,000 tip for a single beer as a restaurant voluntarily closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
At least 32 people who attended a wedding in Ohio last month have reportedly contracted the coronavirus, including the bride and groom and two of the couple’s grandparents.
A newly elected Ohio sheriff will be the first openly gay person to head her department after a primary win over her former boss, who she claims fired her over her sexual orientation.
Robert Carter grew up in foster care and was separated from his siblings for years. So when he learned the three brothers he was fostering had two sisters, he decided to adopt all five so they could stay together.
The operation, called “Autumn Hope,” was believed to be the largest statewide anti-human trafficking sting in Ohio history, Attorney General Dave Yost said.
Sheriff Richard "Rick" Jones of Butler County, Ohio says he's ready to offer a helping hand, and even some of his own money, to "celebrities... movie stars... and sports figures" who have said they will leave the United States if President Donald Trump wins re-election.
An Ohio woman says a stranger tried to set fire to her home, and a surveillance camera captured the attempt.
Elections officials say the error happened Saturday afternoon when someone changed a setting on a machine that places absentee ballots into envelopes.