Officials in Columbus and Dayton Dayton are aiming to capitalize on backlash against a religious-objections law in neighboring Indiana that critics say could permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
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A Fairfield County couple has been charged with kidnapping and child endangerment after deputies discovered a four-year-oldâ€™s bed was covered with fencing.
President Barack Obama’s campaign says he will return to Ohio next week – this time to visit Cincinnati.
Ohio Sen. Rob Portman is tamping down running mate speculation that flared up this week after he was in Boston with Mitt Romney campaign officials.
Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday Kasich on Wednesday signed an executive order at a Fish Ohio Day event in Port Clinton. It puts in place a state directive to accompany an already existing federal ban.
The suit heard by the Ohio Supreme Court was brought by excavators, truckers, builders and contractors. They argue taxes on gasoline can only go to road and bridge repair.
The National Transportation Safety Board continues to investigate the train derailment and subsequent explosion in north Columbus on Wednesday.