Foreclosures during the Great Recession added to thousands of blighted properties in Columbus. But, a state program helped fund demolition of many of those houses and apartment units.
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An attorney representing one of five defendants in an alleged plot to blow up an Ohio bridge is questioning the role of an undercover informant.
Ohio spends millions of dollars each year to attract visitors to its amusement parks, beaches, and historical sites. And, this year, travelers can also take advantage of a series radio reports. Its called the New Ohio Guide. Tune in for a tour of the scenic and significant around Ohio.
A judge in northeast Ohio must decide whether a 17-year-old boy is mentally competent to stand trial in the deaths of three students in a school shooting.
Ohio legislators hold fund-raisers all the time, but one of them has scheduled an event with an unusual theme. It’s offering attendees the opportunity to shoot guns. Gun control activists are outraged. They say the event symbolizes an Ohio that’s let backers of gun owner rights run rampant.