September is Ohio Sickle Cell Awareness Month   On Eye on the Community, I had another opportunity to speak with the Executive Director, Annie Ross-Womack. We talked about what events are planned throughout September Sickle Cell Awareness Month. We got an update on if there were any advances in helping people with Sickle Disease and/or […]

An Ohio dad was arrested after his son allegedly took his backpack full of drugs.

Two adults have arrest warrants and another is in custody after the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office found a 3-year-old in a cage and a 2-year-old holding a drug pipe Sunday during a search of a house, per the sheriff’s office.

Abortions in Ohio are legal again through 20 weeks of gestation, at least for now.

Every registered voter in Ohio is getting an application for a mail-in absentee ballot from the Secretary of State’s Office in Columbus.

A highly contagious bird flu has been detected in two Ohio counties, according to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

Eleven people were arrested Saturday night after fights broke out and shots were fired at the Canfield Fair in eastern Ohio.

A statewide human trafficking stings by multiple law enforcement agencies over the weekend found exploited teenagers in Columbus, and saw 56 people across Ohio arrested.

An E. coli outbreak sickening people in Ohio may have something to do with an ingredient at a fast food chain.

A Republican state senator in Ohio wants to ramp up gun restrictions, diverging from the GOP supermajority that has rallied around legislation expanding firearm access in the state.

If you had your driver’s license laminated between July 2018 and July 2019, you may be entitled to a free soda — or a candy bar or something.

A man who set off an hours-long standoff with the FBI and law enforcement after he walked into a field office Thursday with an assault rifle has been killed.