The recent death of Billy Milligan has people once again talking about multiple-personality syndrome.
Police officers and ministers are joining mental health, probation and prosecutor’s office representatives on a new Ohio panel to study possible updates to police training.
The Ohio Supreme Court has again upheld use of traffic camera enforcement by the state’s municipalities.
The largest infrastructure project in Akron’s history is turning into a job-training program that local officials hope will help close the skills gap.
A bipartisan agreement to overhaul the way Ohio draws its legislative districts now goes to the voters.
An effort to legalize consumer grade fireworks in Ohio has hit a procedural snag.
It comes as little surprise Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has endorsed City Council president Andrew Ginther in his bid for the city’s top job. As WOSU reports, the two elected leaders have worked closely during the years.
The U.S. and Cuba will start talks on normalizing relations and discuss opening a U.S. Embassy in Havana. Also today, Cuba freed USAID contractor Alan Gross on humanitarian grounds.
At least 25 families have been evacuated from their Monroe County homes because of an out-of-control natural gas fracking well.
Ohio Democrats have elected Cincinnati lawyer David Pepper as their next chairman as the party looks to rebuild after a year of political missteps and devastating losses.