A suspect stabbed a man to death inside a home Sunday evening, Franklin police said.
After much debate, Franklin Township will keep its 90-year-old plaque honoring Confederate leader Robert E. Lee.
The manufacturing company where a worker was crushed to death this week was cited for nine safety violations in 2010, according to federal records.
A 26-ton machine crushed a Lebanon man in an industrial accident at Walther Engineering and Manufacturing Company on Tuesday, according to the Warren County Coroner’s Office.
Businesses were advised to close early Saturday after demonstrators gathered where a plaque honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee once stood.
Someone stuck a sign in the ground where a Confederate plaque once stood in Franklin.
When authorities found him on the edge of the river, he jumped in.
State police said James Perry, 25, responded to their attempts to pull him over near Franklin by putting his foot on the floor and fleeing at over 100 mph.
A 15-year-old girl died two days after she was struck by a driver in Franklin, police say.
A country music star donated more than $1,000 to the family of a southwest Ohio woman killed in a head-on crash last month.
One person was killed and two others were injured Saturday night on state Route 123.
When the passerby’s weapon came out, the suspect dropped the purse and ran.
A man was found lying in the middle of a road, dead of an apparent gunshot wound in Franklin Township on Christmas night, according to Warren County deputies.
Ryan Fisher’s family never found out who stole his cherished RTV in November, but that loss stopped mattering Thursday night when he received a replacement -- free of charge.
More than a month ago, we shared the story of 21-year-old Ryan Fisher, whose 'prized possession' was stolen from his Franklin home.
Robert Ritchie's fate is now in the hands of a Warren County jury. He faces up to 11 years in prison on charges connected to his 4-year-old son's death.
A woman is in critical condition after she was hit by a vehicle on Ohio 73 in Franklin Thursday morning, police said.
"No one's fault...it was an accident," Robert Ritchie texted his wife, Anna, after she told him his son's legs were bleeding after a scalding hot bath, a punishment she gave the boy.
Students had the day off as crews worked to clean and restore an area of the building afflicted by severe mold.
Tammi Bethel, a Franklin woman whose 7-year-old son tried in August to sell his teddy bear for food, was Friday sentenced to 180 days in jail for child endangerment.