Tobin McDuff reports from Arlington about the top 8 interesting facts about the College Football Playoffs,
A non-conventional nativity display causes a stir in an Ohio neighborhood. John London reports.
Ohio mother says her son was given live ammunition inside a candy box while trick-or-treating. Brian Hamrick reports.
Teen suffers fatal heart attack at Ohio haunted house. Jackie Congedo reports.
An Ohio bridal shop has been shut down as a precautionary measure after a weekend visit from Ebola-infected nurse Amber Vinson. Sara Shookman reports.
White Ohio couple sues sperm bank that mistakenly delivered sample from black donor. Sara Shookman reports.
Bus driver pushes child to safety, sacrificing her own life, when safety drill turns into real-life deadly accident. Hilary Golston reports.
Urban Outfitters has issued an apology after an uproar over a faux-vintage T-shirt that appears to reference the 1970 shooting of unarmed students at Kent State.
An Ohio veteran is fighting a local ordinance that threatens the "therapy ducks" that he claims help ease his PTSD. Harrison Hove reports.
A boy exploring an apparently vacant house in Dayton, Ohio Sunday received a nasty shock when he saw what was inside the closet.
High school football coach in Ohio is under fire for endorsing and promoting religion to players.
Ohio judge orders man to admit he's a bully. Forces him to stand on street corner with sign.
Ohio bus driver is alive thanks to what some might call divine intervention. He was shot twice in the chest but a pocket-sized devotional book stopped the bullets.
A fast moving storm creates multiple damaging tornadoes.
Deer cruises through downtown Cincinnati, crashing into people and buildings.
Bizarre domestic dispute ends when man accidentally shoots his wife in the back.
Notorious Cleveland kidnapper's death may not have been suicide.
Crews knock down home of Ariel Castro, where three kidnapped women were held captive for nearly a decade.
Ohio police release dash-cam video of deadly St. Patrick's Day shootout.
City utility workers often visited Ariel Castro's home, but never reported anything suspicious.