Farmers who need to get winter crops in the ground arenât getting much of an assist from Mother Nature. September is a historically dry month, but this year was parched even by normal standards. Dry conditions are ideal for harvesting corn and soybeans, but they make it difficult to plant wheat that should be going into the ground this week, said Adam Sharp, vice president for public policy at the Ohio Farm Bureau.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. says pellet guns have been pulled from shelves at the southwest Ohio store where a 22-year-old man holding an air rifle was fatally shot by police.
Democrat John Patrick Carney released his second television ad in the state auditorâs race, blasting Republican Auditor Dave Yost for spending $7 per person for coffee breaks during a fraud and waste conference at a Columbus hotel.
Columbus will spend $11 million to renovate a Franklinton industrial park in order to relocate some of its vital service departments that are taking up prime real estate on the outskirts of the Arena District. Members of the Columbus City Council unanimously approved $10.6 million last night to build a facility next to the Central Ohio Transit Authority site at 1355 McKinley Ave.
The lesson can be a tough one for some Ohio State University students: Stay alert to protect yourself and your stuff â and lock your doors.
A Maryland-based company that wants to build a uranium enrichment plant in southern Ohio announced Tuesday that it has emerged from bankruptcy restructured and with a new name: Centrus.
The Ohio State University student who is accused of criminal trespassing for running onto the field during a football game did not appear in Franklin County Municipal Court this morning, but his attorney entered a plea of ânot guilty.â Anthony J. Wunder, 21, a mechanical-engineering major from Cincinnati, was tackled by a former OSU linebacker-turned-coach during Saturdayâs game between the Buckeyes and the Cincinnati Bearcats.
An upset Ed FitzGerald stood at 8 a.m. in front of the locked doors of the early voting center at the Franklin County Board of Elections on Morse Road.
Ohio will not resume executions next year unless legislators enact two key changes in state law, Attorney General Mike DeWine said yesterday.
WASHINGTON â Providing barely 16 hoursâ notice, the U.S. Supreme Court has delayed early voting in Ohio that had been scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. today. Instead, early, in-person voting will begin a week from today, as originally set by state officials, and consist of nearly 30 percent fewer hours than ordered by a federal judge earlier this month.