Business & Economy
As summer approaches and more Ohioans are getting vaccinated, many businesses are thinking about what the new normal will look like post-pandemic. Certainly, not everyone can work from home.
Voting rights advocates are still pushing back on a recently introduced House bill that would change and restrict election laws in Ohio. Republican backers of the measure say the changes are needed to improve election laws even though they say Ohio’s 2020 election was fraud-free.
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has launched his 2022 reelection bid. The 42-year-old Republican touted the state’s smooth 2020 election in a one-minute video released Monday.
Pastor of First Church of God Bishop Timothy Clark says the $10 million city settlement with the family of Andre Hill can never replace him, but it does offer some benefit.
Columbus meets the finalists in line to be the city’s next police chief on Wednesday. Local officials announced the shortlist Monday.
The bill to legalize sports gambling in Ohio is not even a week old. And it was changed even before its first hearing on Wednesday.
Columbus City Council votes Monday on a plan to purchase gun locks and give them away for free.
While the pandemic pushed all Ohio kids out of classrooms an into virtual learning, a big spike in digital device use by children from lower-income Ohio families is causing some concerns among researchers.
Columbus is trying out an alternative response program to steer some 911 calls away from the police.
Ohio is removing a mask requirement immediately for people who are fully vaccinated, in keeping with new guidance from the federal government.
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