Westerville police have released surveillance images of two men they say robbed the Red Skye Wireless AT&T store at 786 S. State St. on April 23.
Whitehall police are seeking help from the public in identifying two men who allegedly robbed a cellular telephone store at gunpoint Wednesday, May 8.
Tracy Bradford will remain Hilliard's law director while an OVI charge against her is pending in Franklin County Municipal Court.
Franklin County prosecutors are expected to present evidence to a grand jury following an Upper Arlington man's arrest April 29 on felony charges of gross sexual imposition by force and having a weapon under disability.
Reynoldsburg's new Police Motor Unit combines two things James Triplett said he likes to do -- working as a police officer and riding a motorcycle.
Police Chief Jim O'Neill appealed to Reynoldsburg City Council's safety committee Monday, May 6, to hire another police officer and buy a cruiser.
Beginning next school year, visitors no longer will be able to simply walk through the front door at any of Worthington's elementary or middle schools.
Kris Daniels will serve as the New Albany Police Department's new sergeant, bringing the department's total to four.
For the second time in as many meetings, Gahanna City Council opened its May 6 meeting with a moment of silence to remember and honor the fallen.
Joshua Mosley Jr., 18, was arrested Thursday night, May 2, by Delaware police after he allegedly shot another teenager on the playground of Woodward Elementary School, police reports said.
A judge has upheld Worthington City Council's decision to not allow two one-story buildings to be constructed on the vacant lots immediately south of CVS.
Members of the West Licking Joint Fire District board say they intend to keep ousted Fire Chief David Fulmer's status in limbo a little longer.
The Knights of Columbus of Seton Parish, Pickerington Council No. 11187, paid tribute to area safety forces April 27 by holding its 11th Annual "Blue Coat Award Dinner."
Four Olentangy school board members denied wrongdoing after fellow board member Adam White filed suit claiming they violated Ohio's open-meetings laws with a series of phone calls and emails last fall.
An Upper Arlington man posted bond Wednesday, May 1, after being arrested on charges related to gross sexual imposition against an employee at Alex's Bistro, 4681 Reed Road.
Westerville police last week arrested six Columbus residents for stealing the credit card numbers from customers of local businesses.
Reynoldsburg's new contracts with its police sergeants, patrol officers and dispatchers include an increase in employees' share of health insurance plus pay raises to offset the eventual elimination of pension payments now made by the city.
A Powell man who attempted to arrange a sexual encounter with who he thought was a 10-year-old girl will spend five years in jail and will be labeled a sex offender for life.
Hilliard Law Director Tracy Bradford, 50, appeared Tuesday, April 30, in Franklin County Municipal Court to answer a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Dublin and Hilliard police officers are working to find a suspected mail thief.
State and local law-enforcement agencies have made a dent in illegal scrap-metal sales, but some thieves continue to operate in the underground market, said Jeff McNealey who is on the battlefront.
The Pickerington Police Department's new Drug Abuse Resistance Education vehicle runs on compressed natural gas, thus saving money, protecting the environment and educating kids about the dangers of drugs and alcohol all in one turn of the ignition key.
Rockford Homes has appealed Canal Winchester City Council's March 18 decision to deny the builder's plans for a 112-unit apartment project near Groveport Road.
Jennifer Wuertz, a 20-year veteran of the Worthington Division of Police, has been promoted to lieutenant.
Hilliard officials say they will turn to Ford to fill orders for new police cruisers because General Motors has been unable to fill orders for new Chevrolet Caprice PPV cruisers in an acceptable timeframe.
Terri Menendez may not have been a resident, but to the people who knew her in Grove City, she was part of the community.
Grandview Heights police officers and firefighter/medics took part in a training session last Thursday, April 4, that presented a simulation of a nightmare situation they never want to face.
There's something almost eerily symbolic about what RecycleForce Columbus does.
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