As summer comes to an end and pumpkins, hoodies and Timberlands take center stage, there's one fall activity that millions of people around the world look forward to. Haunted houses.

The Cleveland Browns are unveiling a new on-field logo this season, and there's a mixed reaction across the NFL.

Ohio State has announced Columbus-based Safelite will become the first-ever field sponsor at Ohio Stadium.

Ferris wheels are known for going round-n-round, but on Sunday in northern Ohio, one was one going up and down. Literally.

A six-year-old boy was spotted drinking alcohol at a gas station in Butler, Ohio last Friday. His mother has been arrested. Watch the video below.

The Kardashians have pulled up to Cleveland several times over the years, but it's still surreal to see the first family of pop culture just casually chillin' in The Land.

Third time must be the charm seeing as the new Mega Millions jackpot has surpassed $1 billion. This is the 3rd time in its history that this jackpot has reached such an incredible number. This Mega Millions jackpot has been brewing for months now, starting April 19th, after the last winner claimed their prize April […]

Dean Graff, an 18-year-old from Michigan, punched a Cedar Point employee repeatedly in the head after getting off of a ride.

Grammy-nominated artist Post Malone has announced the Twelve Carat Tour with special guest Roddy Ricch kicking off Saturday, September 10th in Omaha Nebraska.  The tour will consist of 33 stops across North America with a stop in Columbus on September 18th at Nationwide Arena.

The Ohio Casino Control Commission has approved the universal start date for legal sports betting in the state as January 1, 2023.

My grandmother used to say “You can never be too careful”… and in today’s day, that statement can’t be more accurate. The United States of America is home to the most mass shootings across the globe, and the numbers aren’t even close. Less than two weeks after a deadly racist attack at a grocery store […]

CBS News recently did some research, and they’ve reported that five different cities in Ohio rank among the deadliest places to live in the United States. The list was reportedly put together using 2019 crime numbers from the FBI. From lowest to highest, the deadliest Ohio cities are: #57, Toledo, with a murder rate of […]