Police are looking for a man who suffers from dementia who went missing Friday afternoon.
Construction is expected to begin later this year on a $10 million redevelopment of a former shoe factory in Lebanon as a microbrewery and mixed-use facility.
"Warriors as Creators," which opened Jan. 19, features sculptures, paintings, glasswork, quilts and more created by faculty and staff at Lebanon City Schools.
Firefighters had to battle bitter cold, an icy parking lot and flames as the 156-year-old Bethel A.M.E. Church at 111 N. Cherry St. caught fire overnight.
The State Highway Patrol says a vehicle struck and killed an 18-year-old man as he was walking near his father's home in southwest Ohio and the suspected driver in the hit-and-run crash says he thought he hit a deer.
Undefeated Bethel-Tate is making just its second playoff appearance in program history and will host its first playoff game Friday night against West Jefferson.
The defense he plans to seek a third mistrial for a Franklin man charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection to his 4-year-old son's scalding death.
More than 30 years after Sabin developed his vaccine, another local scientist developed a different lifesaving vaccine — the one for anthrax.
The Countryside YMCA's new "Motion Zone" is an active space for youth 7 and older that combines video games with exercise.
Terry Froman stands charged with the murders of his ex-girlfriend and her teenage son in 2014.
Lebanon tops Lakota West in softball playoff nail-biter with walk-off hit.
St. Xavier football coach Steve Specht discusses the 2016 state title run and what's in store for the Bombers in the 2017 season.
The Humane Association of Warren County took in 18 dogs and puppies rescued this week from "a deplorable hoarding situation" in southeast Ohio.
Susan Gilbert didn't return from a court-ordered furlough last Friday, according to the sheriff's office.
A judge on Tuesday sentenced a man to eight years in prison for shooting a relative at his home last fall.
Lau Laghaoui told jurors Wednesday he regrets not taking his brother, Mohammed, to a hospital to get mental help before June 9, 2016.
An exclusive look at how the Moeller basketball team's special camaraderie helped the Crusaders stay undefeated for 28 games leading into its final game.
Moeller's "Gold Team" plays a vital role in practice and games as the Crusaders continue their memorable basketball season in Columbus this weekend.
Lebanon officials are thinking up a plan to enhance the economic vitality of the city’s downtown -- and they want community members to help.
Mason softball coach Liann Muff and Lebanon softball coach Brian Kindell join the WCPO High School Insider Podcast.