Republican Gov. Mike DeWine's office said he took the test as part of standard protocol before meeting Trump at an airport in Cleveland.
Three Ohio children were among five family members found dead in a home early Wednesday, an incident police are investigating as an apparent murder-suicide.
A man holding his 2-year-old son threatened to blow up an Ohio credit union unless the teller gave him cash, police said.
U.S. Attorney David DeVillers described the federal case as "likely the largest bribery scheme ever perpetrated against the state of Ohio."
Three Ohio sisters have defied odds by giving birth on the same day in the same hospital with the same obstetrician overseeing their deliveries.
An Ohio man who shared anti-mask posts on social media contracted the virus and reportedly died three days later.
An Ohio farmer captured a sweet moment between her husband and their donkey foal as he serenaded her with the “Crawdad Song.”
Republican State Rep. Nino Vitale made a statement on his Facebook page Tuesday, asking people to not get tested for the coronavirus.
Though not discovered in Michigan yet, Martin is concerned. He says Mexican drug cartels are now the primary manufacturers and distributors of meth in the U.S.
The world's longest-surviving conjoined twins died July 4 at the age of 68.
The 26-year-old cop was responding to a call about an intoxicated man in the store's parking lot and when he "approached the male to check his safety,” that individual turned around and fired a single bullet from a handgun, police say, citing witnesses.
The Ohio capital named for Christopher Columbus removed a large statue of him outside its city hall on Wednesday, taking down what the mayor described as a symbol of divisiveness and oppression.
A petition to rename Columbus, Ohio to “Flavortown” in honor of celebrity chef and TV host Guy Fieri has cropped up on Change.org, and it already has tens of thousands of signatures.
The mayor of Columbus, Ohio, announced Thursday the city plans to remove the Christopher Columbus statue that stands in front of City Hall in favor of “diversity and inclusion.”
Huffman, who is also a Dayton-area emergency room physician, caused controversy after he questioned Angela Dawson, executive director of the Ohio Commission of Minority Health, on Tuesday over why the COVID-19 rates for black Ohioans were higher than other populations.
The City of Columbus said it was looking into circumstances of Sarah Grossman’s death after possibly being sprayed with tear gas or pepper spray during a protest.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said the guardsmen has been suspended from all missions, and it’s likely he will be ousted from the National Guard.
Officials in Franklin County say racism has led to disparities in everything from housing to the coronavirus pandemic.
20 cases of COVID-19 have been linked to a Dole Fresh Vegetables packing plant in Ohio.
Annie Glenn, the widow of astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn and a communication disorders advocate, died Tuesday of complications from COVID-19. She was 100.