Ohio Court: Tigers' Owner Can Visit Seized Animals In ColoradoAn Ohio man who is fighting the state for the return of his tigers and other exotic animals will be allowed to see some of them.
Ohio Governor OKs 20-Week Abortion Ban, Nixes Heartbeat BillOhio Gov. John Kasich has signed a 20-week abortion ban while vetoing stricter provisions in a separate measure that would have barred the procedure at the first detectable fetal heartbeat.
Denver-Bound Southwest Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing In ChicagoA Southwest Airline aircraft flying from Columbus, Ohio to Denver was forced to make an emergency landing at Chicago's Midway International Airport.
Former Denver Bronco Tom Jackson Retires As ESPN Analyst After 29 YearsHall of Fame broadcaster Tom Jackson is calling it quits after a 29-year career.
America's 5 Largest ZoosA look at five of the largest zoos in America, based upon size, number of animals or attendance.
Pot Legalization Effort In U.S. Heartland Takes Many PathsSo a few states out West and a couple cities on the East Coast have voted to legalize marijuana. Does that mean legal pot can fly in the heartland?
2 Women Found Dead In SUV In Frying Pan RiverTwo women from Columbus, Ohio are dead after an apparent car accident in Eagle County.
Fort Carson Soldier Gets 26 Years In Prison For Shooting Fellow Soldier To DeathA Fort Carson soldier has been sentenced for killing another soldier while they were deployed in Jordan.
Soldier Faces Court-Martial In 2nd Soldier's Shooting DeathA Fort Carson soldier faces a military trial on charges of killing another soldier while they were deployed in Jordan.
17 Broncos Items Currently On Display At The Pro Football Hall Of FameThe 54 year history of the Denver Broncos is hard to miss in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.
Defense: Fort Carson Solder's Shooting Of Fellow Soldier Was AccidentalLawyers for a Fort Carson infantryman facing a possible a court-martial in the shooting death of another soldier when they were deployed in Jordan say the killing was an accident.
Hearing Restarts For Soldier Charged With MurderA hearing on whether an infantryman should face a court-martial in the shooting death of another soldier when they were deployed in Jordan is set to resume Monday at Colorado's Fort Carson.