Business in Weinland Park - Columbus, OH

The lawsuit is filed against AMG Realty Group and its managing partner and founder Adam Glickman.

Police say Michael Aliperti used text and voice messages over the Xbox platform to make the threats after losing in the popular online game.

Chevy Chase, one of the original stars of “Saturday Night Live,” has a few choice words for his former home on television. "It just drives me nuts.”

Two women who were being transported to a mental health facility drowned when a sheriff's department van was swept away in rising South Carolina floodwaters, according to authorities. (Sept. 19)

Entrepreneurs Taylor Crooks and Sarah Steinbrunner hope their BeanNut Butter is a hit.

A restaurant is known for cooking up "legendary" lobsters but doesn't want the crustaceans to leave this world in pain.

"I've never seen it like this," Reds reliever Jared Hughes said of the mosquitoes around Miller Park this week.

Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray, the former federal consumer watchdog, are scheduled to meet in Dayton Wednesday night.

The legality of Kentucky's pension reform law, which affects the benefits of thousands of state workers, will go before the Supreme Court on Thursday

The Travel Channel says it will air a segment on the Ohio baker who swam from Cuba to Florida.

Mike Tomlin refused to reveal the exact nature of the punishment but said Steelers WR Antonio Brown was disciplined for his Monday no-show.

Denver Broncos nose tackle Domata Peko renews his rivalry with the Baltimore Ravens this weekend

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Today at 5:05 p.m., the Transient Reactor Test (TREAT) Facility at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) pulsed for a few seconds, subjecting a small capsule of light

A total of 1,400 pounds of scrap metal and 155 tires were part of the haul of trash from the Kokosing River Saturday, Knox County Recycling Director Randy Canterbury reported.

Earlier this year, the Kentucky Legislature passed two tax bills that broadly change Kentucky’s corporate and personal income tax system, as well as make a number of sales and use tax and property tax changes. In the effort to expand its sales and use tax base, Kentucky has made a number of previously non-taxable services taxable, broadened definitions, and limited exceptions.