CVS Caremark and the Ohio Department of Health are being sued for unintentionally disclosing the HIV status of 6,000 people. The class-action suit claims that the state shared private medical information to CVS without an authorization of the patients.
Skywatching enthusiasts find a new favorite spot at the John Glenn Astronomy Park, which Ohio named after an iconic astronaut, the late John Glenn. The park features 12 powerful telescopes and perfect conditions for stargazing.
Doctors had to amputate a part of a little girl's leg to stave off complications arising from strep throat.
Sex with animals is now considered an unlawful act in Ohio. Surprisingly, there are other states who still do not have a law against sex with animals.
An alarming "crypto" outbreak was declared by the health officials last Aug. 11 in Ohio, due to more than 100 cases reported linked to the illness.
A large stain that is spreading in one part of Lake Erie may have its source in a 1937 shipwreck's fuel load. The Coast Guard and others are investigating.
A low deer count in Ohio has caused multiple complaints among hunters who have consequently bagged far fewer animals this season, according to reports.
Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, caused a rare earthquake felt by residents in Ohio back in March, adding to the accumulating evidence that this kind of drilling leads to more frequent man-made earthquakes, according to a new study.