The federal government recommends demolishing over 200 buildings at the site of a former Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio.
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Ohio now has new rules on how much water farms, factories and other businesses can draw from Lake Erie.
Two expected starters for Urban Meyer’s first Ohio State team have been suspended from the team.
A county sheriff says a man being sought by police in northeastern Indiana and Ohio in connection with a fatal weekend shooting is considered armed and dangerous.
Catholic college and seminary known as The Josephinum was designed by a Dutch architect in the late 1920s, the main campus building remains an architectural gem. The College on Route 23 is the latest stop on the Radio Road Trip
The Central Ohio Transit Authority says it will enter competition next year for federal monies to get more workers to their job sites. Job growth often occurs in areas poorly served by bus routes and COTA faces obstacles changing its route system to serve newer employment sites.
Ohio’s delegation to the Republican National Convention will be lead by the state’s top elected official, Governor John Kasich. State GOP spokeswoman Izzy Santa says some two-thirds of the 66 delegates met in Columbus. She says they voted unanimously for the unity resolution to back Mitt Romney and to elect Gov. John Kasich as their [...]