A scale model of Liberty Center was on display at the ICSC convention in Las Vegas.
A Ross Township police officer left his two small kids alone in the car - with his loaded handgun in their reach - while he and their mom drank in a Florida bar at midnight, police said.
Current and former members of the U.S. military will get free admission to Kings Island amusement park in Mason over Memorial Day weekend.
Two people are in custody after a woman was dragged several hundred feet during a robbery in Middletown.
It was Independence Day at Little Miami Local Schools on Wednesday.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday denied Ryan Widmer’s appeal of last year's ruling by the state's 12th District Court of Appeals, denying him a fourth trial in the death of his wife, Sarah.
Warren County police say the inmate who walked away from the Lebanon Correctional Institute Tuesday afternoon was located.
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Some roller coaster fans at Kings Island got a big scare while riding The Beast on Tuesday.
One worker with burning hands and two others were sent to hospitals after an envelope with a white powdery substance was found at the Warren County Health and Human Services building Monday.
A woman charged with starving her dog will be in a Hamilton courtroom Monday.
Popular restaurant owner Mike Wong drove his luxury car onto railroad tracks in front of an oncoming train on a late night last week, police said.
Is a surprising move, Procter & Gamble announced late Thursday that A.G. Lafley is replacing retiring chairman and CEO Bob McDonald. Lafely is taking over immediately.
The man who famously put down his Big Mac to help rescue three women held captive for a decade in an Ohio house will never have to pay for another burger in his hometown.
Moving quickly to stem a raging controversy, the new acting head of the Internal Revenue Service started cleaning house Thursday by replacing the supervisor who oversaw Cincinnati agents involved in targeting tea party groups.
We count on sunscreens to protect us from the sun's harmful UV rays. The higher the SPF - the better the protection, right? Not necessarily says Consumer Reports.