Ohio Killer Spared After Extent Of Childhood Abuse RevealedWhen Tibbetts was a boy, he and his brothers were tied to a single bed at night, were not fed properly, were thrown down stairs, had their fingers beaten with spatulas and were burned on heating registers, according to Tibbetts' application for mercy last year.
Judge Denies Parents' Attempt To Change Transgender Child's NameAn Ohio judge refused to allow Leigh and Kylen Whitaker's attempt to change their 15-year-old's name from Heidi to Elliott.
Effects Of Supreme Court Voter Registration Decision Appear LimitedA U.S. Supreme Court ruling has cleared the way for states to take a tougher approach to maintaining their voter rolls, but will they?
Judge Rules Prison Can't Cut Rastafarian Inmate's DreadsThe judge said her ruling applied only to Deon Glenn, and other similar complaints should be analyzed individually.
Shelter Dog's Heartwarming 'Freedom Ride' Captures InternetGregory was scheduled to be euthanized at the Franklin County Dog Shelter in Ohio when his new pal Joe Kirk came to pick him up and bring him to safety.
Sister Decries 'Deplorable Conditions' Of Street In Ohio Named For Alan PageThe southeast street named for Pro Football Hall of Famer Alan Page has no road sign.
Reports Of 'Zombie' Raccoons Scare Homeowners, Puzzle PolicePolice received 14 calls in March from homeowners saying that the woodland creatures were spotted standing upright on their back legs and showing off their fangs.
Ohio Opens Museum Devoted To FunkDayton was sometimes referred to as the Land of Funk in the 1970s and 1980s.