The federal government recommends demolishing over 200 buildings at the site of a former Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio.
On a given day, Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus treats about 100 premature infants. But, they’re getting some adult medications to stay alive.
State labor officials say Ohio employers added about 1,000 workers in September, and about 14,000 people left state unemployment roles.
The head of the Ohio Hispanic Coalition says Columbus has a large stake in potential changes to immigration law. Joseph Mas says the city has a larger undocumented population than other Ohio cities.
The Ohio House has approved a bill shielding the source of the state’s lethal injection drugs for a minimum of 20 years.
A Columbus Public Safety Department official said red light cameras will be gone if legislation is passed that requires a police officer be stationed at the cameras.
Ohio State University president Michael Drake says he knew nothing about the band scandal brewing when he took over his university position.
A bill imposing some of the nation’s most stringent abortion restrictions has cleared an Ohio House committee after suddenly re-surfacing in the lame duck session.
The first heavy snowfall in the state has put Ohio harvests behind schedule after an already difficult growing season due to last winter’s brutal cold.
A newly-elected state lawmaker has been indicted on charges alleging he took antiques and other items from an Ohio home.