The state’s education superintendent says a substantial number of third graders have failed Ohio’s reading test and are in jeopardy of being held back because they don’t meet state standards.
The defense bill now before federal lawmakers would send $90 million to maintain production at the Joint Systems manufacturing Center, formerly known as the Lima Tank Plant.
Nearly 5,700 Ohio residents have successfully picked health insurance plans through the new online marketplace created by President Barack Obama’s law.
The job creation program has been criticized as being too secretive about how it doles out job creation money.
Ohio officials and aviation industry leaders are hoping the region is among those chosen by the FAA for the testing of commercial drone aircraft.
Facing large tax liens, Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Eric Kearney, a Cincinnati Democrat, today dropped out of race.
Pioneering former Ohio legislator William L. Mallory has died in Cincinnati at age 82. He was the state’s first black House majority leader and longest-serving in its history.
As mourners from around the world are remembering the late Nelson Mandela, Columbus native, Julialynne Walker shares her stories when she lived and worked in South Africa for 15 years after Mandela’s release from prison.
Ohio casino gamblers spent about $70-million last month. The figure is about the same as in October. Revenue figures fall short of projections for the first five months of Ohio’s new budget year and that means a smaller jackpot for cities, towns and schools.
Four reporters and a college instructor are suing the head of Ohio’s prison system over his refusal to let them interview five men on death row for their roles in the Lucasville prison riots of 20 years ago.