Councilman Richard Cox was spotted by police leaving a suspected prostitute's room.
A 73-year-old man has taken his 12,000th ride on his favorite roller coaster at King's Island amusement park in Ohio.
Mason councilman says he was in the "wrong place at the wrong time" during a prostitution stakeout.
Mason police are looking for a man who robbed a payday loan business Tuesday afternoon.
Police say an armed robber took a small amount of cash from a Mason home.
The Quatman Café in Mason could be closed until Wednesday after car crashed into the building.
Riders were temporarily stranded on the Kings Island roller coaster.
Kings Island is offering free admission to active and retired members of the U.S. military over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
A man who pleaded guilty to attacking two members at a Mason VFW hall has been ordered to undergo drug treatment.
A power outage canceled classes Monday at Mason High School, according to Mason City School’s superintendent.
A temporary employee for eyewear giant Luxottica didn't think she was making enough, so she gave herself a hefty raise.
Craft beer fans have a new way to relax at Kings Island and a new reason to swing by the park.
A Mason High School student who sent messages of plans of "shooting up the school" admitted to a charge of inducing panic on school grounds Friday.
Kings Island opened its doors early to season ticket holders Friday night at an exclusive preview before opening to the public on Saturday morning.
Mason High School students got a grim reminder of the importance of their choices as they prepared for prom Friday.
Mason High School has canceled an event that invited girls to spend the day wearing a hijab, the headscarf often worn by Muslim women.
A mix of high flying children's fun and caffeinated fuel for adults will greet visitors to Kings Island when the park opens Saturday for its new season.
The man questioned after his wife died from a gunshot wound in their Mason home told police he was holding the gun when it went off.
Police continue to investigate whether or not a 15-year-old girl intentionally walked out in front of an SUV on Mason-Montgomery Road on March 22.
The trial of a former Ohio lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and stealing millions for personal gain has begun after numerous delays.