Ohio’s libraries say they’ll lose money if the state budget stays as is – and they won’t share in the billions that the state and local governments will get from the American Rescue Plan.
More than two dozen people joined a sit-in at the Moritz College of Law organized by the Black Law Students Association. They’re urging Ohio State to sever ties with Columbus police.
The Ohio Senate has released its latest attempt to legalize sports betting in the state with a proposal that creates two types of licenses, both regulated by the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
The Ohio Republican Party will decide Friday whether to censure a member of Congress from suburban Cleveland for his vote earlier this year to impeach former President Donald Trump.
The state's COVID-19 case ratio has dropped for the third consecutive week, down to the lowest rate the state has seen in six months.
The pandemic has created a strain on many Ohio families, but a new report shows it has also been stressful for pets, especially those living in homes where domestic abuse has been prevalent. A law meant to protect people and pets from abusers has not been enforced in most of those cases.
A plan to put a constitutional amendment up for a Ohio-wide vote in August has been scrapped. That amendment would have extended the deadline to draw...
Gov. Mike DeWine said the state is encouraging schools to come up with a plan to vaccinate Ohio students ages 12 and over.
Health, Science & EnvironmentAshauna Mathews, 24, never met her mother. She died three weeks after giving birth to her first child. That is why Mathews works as a doula to support pregnant women before and after childbirth.
The Ohio Department of Health Director has signed some new orders dealing with the care of older Ohioans.
Columbus is laying the ground work for creating nine city council districts. Voters approved the idea in a 2018 charter amendment.
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