A 17-year-old student is allegedly at the center of a marijuana drug ring in Ohio that grossed $20,000 per month.
Police investigating the fatal shooting of four people in Ohio believe the deaths are connected to a man who later drove to a cemetery and killed himself.
Authorities in Ohio are investigating the deaths of four people they believe are connected to a gunman who shot himself in a cemetery after allegedly opening fire in a nearby home.
Forecasters issued another round of excessive heat warnings Sunday for large swaths of the Midwest and Southeast as the regions dug out from deadly storms that left millions without power.
Columbia Zoo's Tom Stalf on the return of exotic animals to their owner's widow after a bizarre escape last year.
An apparent domestic dispute left three people dead at a Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and Restaurant near Cleveland on Thursday, according to Ohio police.
Martin Savidge reports that there are still many questions surrounding the shooting spree in an Ohio school Monday.
A nursing home fire that killed one person and injured several others in Ohio was caused by "a clandestine methamphetamine laboratory" in one of the facility's rooms, a fire official said Monday.
It's boom times once again for Ohio's manufacturing industry.
Brian Ries, social media editor for Newsweek/Daily Beast, on how students used Twitter during the Chardon school shooting.
In what may be the nation's next boomtown, the ground is, literally, booming.
State leaders have ordered that four fluid-injection wells in eastern Ohio will be "indefinitely" prohibited from opening in the aftermath of heightened seismic activity in the area, an official said.
Ohio hasn't been an oil powerhouse for nearly 100 years.
Ohio authorities on Saturday advanced their investigation into killings tied to a Craigslist job listing when they identified the last of three bodies found last month, a sheriff said.
Police suspect three men were killed after responding to a Craigslist job ad. CNN talks to one man who wasn't hired.
Ohio residents this week voted to reverse a controversial law that would have limited union bargaining rights in order to help control ballooning state and local government shortfalls.
Youngstown State University's Paul Sracic explains how a vote on public unions in Ohio could have political consequences.
Ohio voters will repeal a controversial law Tuesday limiting the collective-bargaining rights of public workers, CNN projects based on reported results.
On Tuesday, there will be a vote in Ohio that may turn out to be the first major skirmish in the 2012 battle for the White House.
Ohio's governor on Friday signed an executive order covering ownership of dangerous wild animals, which will strengthen enforcement of existing laws, and said he will push for tighter regulations through legislation.
Exotic animals should live in the wild, not be exploited in profit-motivated zoos -- or worse ? as "pets" or backyard oddities by people who have a deeply misguided sense of dominion or ownership.
Residents in eastern Ohio are urged to be on the lookout for exotic animals that escaped from an animal farm. WSYX reports.
Seven people, including an 11-year-old child, were shot and killed in a small town in northeastern Ohio on Sunday in a rampage that ended when police killed the suspected gunman, authorities said.
Dallas Mavericks fans greet the NBA champions as they arrive at the airport.
Sports and politics have always mixed. We've had former athletes hold elective office; mayors, members of Congress and governors are always making bets with one another when their teams play each other in big games; and it's great to see the respective national champions or winners in pro sports visit the White House for a congratulatory pat on the back from the president of the United States.
Q: My wife and I could use the funds in our 5-year-old son's money-losing Ohio state 529 account to pay off my wife's $25,000 Stafford loan. Any reason not to? -- Joseph Kim, Sandusky, Ohio
The Ohio state legislature has passed controversial legislation that would limit collective bargaining rights by barring Ohio's public employees from striking. The bill now heads to Ohio Gov. John Kasich's desk to be signed into law, possibly this week.
In their bruising fight over collective-bargaining rights with Ohio's governor, police and firefighter unions have put their battle cry on a bumper sticker, "Help the Middle Class, Ticket Kasich."
Fulfilling his promise not to raise taxes, Ohio Gov. John Kasich Tuesday unveiled a budget that slashes spending for many agencies and seeks to privatize certain government functions to eliminate an $8 billion budget deficit.
The Ohio state Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would curb the collective bargaining rights of public workers and strip away their power to strike.
Thousands gathered in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday to protest a Republican-backed proposal that would curtail public workers' bargaining rights and strip their right to strike.
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Monday that proposed curbs on the collective bargaining rights of public employees in the state are meant to "restore some balance to the system," not destroy unions.
A bill to limit the collective bargaining power of some public-sector workers has sparked protests in Ohio this week.
A gas pipeline explosion in rural Ohio rattles nerves. No injuries were reported. (No Audio)
A pipeline explosion in eastern Ohio lit up the sky for 40 miles around but caused no injuries late Thursday, a government official said.
Two men were arrested in connection to a shooting that left an Ohio university student dead. Affiliate WJW reports.
A lockdown at an Ohio college was lifted Friday evening, hours after school officials received a "threat of violence," the college's website said.
Students and staff will be allowed to return to a northeast Ohio college campus Monday evening, following a bomb threat that had forced its evacuation earlier in the day, according to the school's website.
At least nine homes in the Ohio village of Fairport Harbor caught fire Monday after an increase in gas line pressure, the mayor's office said.
The director of athletic training at an Ohio university died Tuesday night when a bus carrying the wrestling team and others crashed, the school said Wednesday.
A sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed at a trailer park in western Ohio has been identified, as has the suspect who was also killed.
Three children were killed in a mobile home fire in Wheelersburg, Ohio, the Scioto County Sheriff's Department said Sunday.
Fire officials in northcentral Ohio were conducting interviews with witnesses and first responders early Friday to determine what caused a blaze that killed three children.
The bodies of Stephanie Sprang, Tina Herrmann and Kody Maynard, who went missing Nov. 10, have been found.
When Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland of Ohio hits the campaign trail before Election Day, you might want to listen, because the outcome his re-election bid could have a direct impact on you -- even if you don't live in his state.
Two candidates for Ohio governor address the race's importance and who has more momentum two weeks from Election Day.
A grand jury in Ohio has indicted suspected serial stabber Elias Abuelazam on charges of attempted murder and assault in an attack on a church janitor in Toledo.
Five people -- four females and an infant boy -- were killed Monday in a fire in southern Ohio, said Shane Cartmill, a spokesman for the Ohio state fire marshal.
Homes lost to foreclosure now make up a quarter of the real estate market -- and they're selling at big bargains.
The princess birthday cake for a 3-year-old girl was one of the few things left untouched after a brawl that police said involved 75 people at a hall in suburban Cincinnati, Ohio.
A possible tornado damaged several buildings Thursday at the Ohio State University satellite campus in Wooster, Ohio, the National Weather Service and local fire officials said.
A possible tornado damaged several buildings at The Ohio State University satellite campus in Wooster, Ohio.
Would you be willing to pay the original builder a fee when you resell your home? That's an obligation some developers are trying to slap on homeowners in their communities.
An Allen Township, Ohio, man giving his 7-year-old son a lesson on how to fire a gun was killed Monday after the boy accidentally shot him in the head, police said.
Motorists in Ohio, beware: Speeding is in the eye of the beholder, especially when police are the ones guesstimating.
An Ohio court says "properly trained" police can issue tickets even if it just looks like you're speeding. WKYC reports.
A child in eastern Ohio died Wednesday in a school bus wreck that injured the driver and several other children, a school official said.
A man who wrote about his life as a career criminal in his autobiography has confessed to a 33-year-old double homicide, authorities in Ohio said Tuesday.
In some states, stimulus money is being used to advertise stimulus projects. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
A state senator from Ohio says his state is spending $1 million on road signs to advertise the use of stimulus money for road projects. In other words, the state is using your money to tell you it's spending your money.
Ohio has executed its second inmate using a new one-drug method, officials said Thursday.
An Ohio inmate, convicted of killing and dismembering a 22-year-old woman in 1991, was executed Tuesday using a new, untested one-drug method of lethal injection, state officials said.
A fire in a barn at an Ohio racetrack killed two people and dozens of horses. WHIO reports.
A runaway teen who said her father threatened to kill her for converting from Islam to Christianity has been returned from Florida to Ohio, but not yet to her family, her mother's lawyer said Tuesday.
A teen who said her father threatened to kill her for converting from Islam to Christianity may be returned to Ohio.
A runaway teen who said her father threatened to kill her for converting from Islam to Christianity will be returned to Ohio once her immigration status has been clarified, a Florida judge ruled Tuesday.
Ohio's governor granted temporary reprieves to two death row inmates just hours after a federal appeals court blocked the execution of one of them -- adding to the mounting confusion over the state's capital punishment system.
A small plane crashed Friday near an Ohio-area high school during a football scrimmage.
Haylee Donathan, 4, was found alive Tuesday with her mother and a fugitive sex offender.
State officials nationwide are wrestling with yet another round of budget shortfalls, this time due to plummeting April income tax revenues.
CNN's Susan Candiotti reports on voting problems in battleground state Ohio.
The Web site of the Ohio secretary of state was back up and running Tuesday, a day after officials pulled the site partially offline when it was hacked by unknown outsiders.
The Supreme Court is backing Ohio elections officials in an ongoing dispute over allegations of voter registration fraud.
Hurricane Ike brings flooding to St. Louis, making one man carries his shoes, walks in mid-calf deep water.
One lesson from the blackout of 2003 is that the U.S. power grid is long overdue for a major overhaul. But five years later, the system hasn't gotten smarter.
An E. coli outbreak traced to recalled beef in Michigan and Ohio has spawned cases in three other states, U.S. health officials said Tuesday
Six people died when a small plane piloted by a former state lawmaker crashed in northern Ohio Sunday, a state police spokesman said.
A small plane crash kills all six people aboard, including the 86-year-old pilot.
A single-engine plane has crashed in Ohio and killed all six people aboard
The Ohio Supreme Court has overturned the death sentence of a man who argued he cannot be executed because he is mentally retarded
Heavy rains caused many parts of Missouri to flood. CNN's T.J. Holmes reports.
CNN's Sean Callebs shows CNN.com's Melissa Long flood damage from South Lebanon, Ohio.
A system that brought heavy snow to the Midwest goes east with high winds and freezing rain. CNN's John Lorinc reports.
Sen. Hillary Clinton received the most votes in two pivotal Democratic primary contests Tuesday, scoring wins in Texas and Ohio that were considered critical to keeping alive her White House hopes.
Sen. Hillary Clinton got her campaign back on track with projected wins in the Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island primaries.
Sen. John McCain tells supporters in Dallas that he is the republican nominee for president.
CNN's John Roberts picks apart the Tuesday primaries.
Democrats faced the prospect of at least six more weeks of tough campaigning after Hillary Clinton's Tuesday night wins in Tuesday's primaries in Ohio and Texas as she escaped a knockout blow by Barack Obama.
Despite freezing rain and bad weather, 52 percent of registered voters might be going to the polls in Ohio -- 15 percent higher than the average of past presidential primaries, Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner estimated.
Sen. Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters in Ohio about how she will be ready on day one to tackle problems.
Sen. Hillary Clinton Monday questioned her Democratic rival's commitment to renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, a charge that Sen. Barack Obama's camp called a "blatant distortion."
Tuesday could be the most consequential day to date in the race to the White House. There's a good chance voters in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont will make the difference in deciding the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees.
Four states -- Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont -- hold contests on Tuesday that could be make-or-break for both parties' presidential hopefuls.
At the East Side Organizing Project in Cleveland, six home owners recently went in for group foreclosure counseling. When asked if any had taken out payday loans, four hands shot up.
CNN talks to the CEO of Virgin Money about the benefits of social lending.
Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama tried to convince Ohio voters they have what it takes to fix the economy as they campaigned before contests that could decide the Democratic presidential nomination.
Will the Democratic race last another 7 weeks? We may find out Tuesday. CNN's Josh Levs reports.
Hillary Clinton drew the early support of much of Ohio's Democratic Party and most of its high-wattage politicians. And she was the overwhelming choice of the blue-collar workers who form much of the state's Democratic base.
John McCain speaks out defiantly on the war in Iraq while campaigning in the crucial primary state of Ohio.