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Visitors to three Ohio cities will soon see billboards pointing out how one group believes that the state slights women.

A judge in eastern Ohio had to admonish two separate defendants about drinking and smoking pot before court.

Muskingum County Common Pleas Judge Kelly Cottrill confronted the first defendant almost as soon as he walked into the courtroom Wednesday.

Ohio-grown peaches are in short supply around the state.

This year's harsh winter devastated Ohio's peach crop.

The Ohio Supreme Court is weighing arguments by charter schools that they are entitled to equipment bought by their management company with taxpayer dollars without having to pay for the property.

Ohio's newest racino is ready to open in Dayton.

Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway will open for business Thursday, becoming the sixth racino in the state. Another near Youngstown is slated to start operations next month.

When Jay Mattson turned 16, he wanted two things: video games, and a trip to Ferguson, Missouri. 

"We were watching the news . . . and I was like, 'I want to do that,'" Jay explained. "My dad was like, 'Uh, ok.' And I said, 'Well, let's go in the daytime.'" 

AEP Ohio is warning its customers about a phone scam it says is being conducted in different parts of its service area.

The company says they are getting reports of customers getting phone calls threatening to shut off their power if they don’t make an immediate payment over the phone.

It's been a decade since church services were held in the building that now houses ARTS/West in Athens, but it may soon be happening again on a temporary basis.

Motorists driving the Nelsonville bypass might wonder why there are orange construction barrels lining the new highway on its western end.

With hopes of winning the governorship damaged, Ohio Democrats are shifting resources away from the top of the ticket into a coordinated victory campaign focused on getting out the vote.