On this episode of Broad & High, Terry Allen’s Deer Sculptures, Jim Arter’s Life Within Art, Artist Profile: Mike Elsass, and The Heart Gallery. They’re just two deer, lounging on the banks of the Scioto River watching the world go by.
Democratic State Rep. Dale Mallory admitted to taking Cincinnati Bengal tickets from lobbyists in 2009 and 2013 without disclosing the gifts.
A county inspector general’s report says the Democratic candidate for Ohio governor disregarded administrative policies when he drove without a valid driver’s license.
Abortion is likely the first thing that comes to many people’s minds when they hear the words, women’s issues. But that’s only one issue women are concerned about in the upcoming election.
A federal judge has ruled that a small Urbana company doesn’t have to offer birth control coverage as part of its employees’ health insurance plan.
Republican Gov. John Kasich is slated to make his case for a second term during an appearance at a forum in Ohio’s capital city.
Ohio’s housing market shows signs of rebound after a steep drop in prices during the Great Recession.
Usually when candidates target college students they focus on issues like rising tuition or jobs after graduation. But one candidate for the Ohio House is trying to win votes with a unique issue: OSU’s upcoming rule that all sophomores live in dorms.
The family attorney for southwest Ohio resident Jeffrey Fowle (FOWL) says there is great excitement over news that he has been released from North Korea.
A national anti-privatization group has targeted Republican incumbent Gov. John Kasich over his signature policy decision, his public-private entity that replaced the state Department of Development.
A progressive think tank and the state’s largest teachers’ union have released data they say shows mixed grades last year for Ohio’s students who need to pass a key elementary school test. But the state says that data may not tell the whole story.