Showa Corp., a Honda supplier that operates a plant in Sunbury, has agreed to pay a nearly $20 million criminal fine related to a federal price fixing charge.
Beginning in the fall, several local high schools will offer students a head start in getting ready for college or the work force.
State officials are preparing to invest $88.5 million to upgrade and modernize trails, campgrounds and recreational facilities in Ohio’s state parks over the next two years.
As road construction season gets underway in Ohio, some in the industry are worried about the flow of money from the federal government to help pay for the projects drivers will see next year.
Ian James with the group FreedomOhio says there’s not enough time to get the necessary signatures to put the issue before voters this November.
This year’s extended cold weather might have delayed Central Ohioans putting their homes up for sale.
Prosecutors are criticizing final proposals in a report about Ohio’s capital punishment law, calling them anti-death penalty.
The Supreme Court is expressing serious doubts about the constitutionality of an Ohio law that bars people from making false statements about political candidates during a campaign.
The Ohio Ballot Board agreed Tuesday that the proposed “Freedom to Marry and Religious Freedom Amendment” contains a single constitutional amendment, clearing the way for the effort to move on to the signature gathering phases.
The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of a man who fatally shot his girlfriend three decades ago while on parole for killing his wife.