End the four-day week the right way.
A man got stuck in a tree after rescuing a cat.
Fun News Friday: 4-year-old receives jury duty summons; students skip class for Cubs' home-opener and run into an unlikely person
Students who skipped class for Cubs' home opener ran into their principal.
The burrito chain is now open until 11 p.m. on Court Street.
The Ohio House passed the bill 79-9. Now, the bill will make its way to the state Senate.
The Wrap: Paul Ryan will not seek re-election in 2018, Zuckerberg grilled during Cambridge Analytica scandal hearing
The house speaker's congressional career will have spanned 20 years
Here are the issues and candidates appearing on the ballot on May 8.
Ohio State Rep. Michael Henne, R-Dayton, introduced legislation Thursday that includes the six changes Republican Gov. John Kasich recommended.
The Wrap: Shooter opens fire at YouTube HQ; Villanova defeats Michigan to capture second national title in 3 years
The shooter was resentful toward YouTube’s practice and policies.
Voting will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
In a series of tweets, the president called for an end to the filibuster in Congress and new anti-immigration legislation.
Sixty Russian diplomats were expelled on Monday.
Fun News Friday: Couple finds out their baby's gender reveal via alligator; man fakes own death to avoid paying a bet
A British couple had an owl be a ring bearer.
The bill would ban all abortions in Ohio even in the cases of rape, incest or when the mother’s life is in danger.
The Wrap: Toys R Us begins liquidation sales, Trump lawyer resigns amid Russia investigation frustrations
The toy retailer will close all of its US stores this summer.
We talked with police officers about how to not get in trouble.
From changes in the Trump administration to Toys R Us closing its doors, here’s some news from the past week.
Fun News Friday: Oldest-known message in a bottle found in Australia; man gets his accidental $1,600 Uber ride paid for
Lawyers in Utah got an unexpected and inappropriate email.
A bipartisan panel assembled by Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich proposed six gun violence policy recommendations Thursday.
If you were born in 1997 or later, have I got some news for you.