Federal data says toxic emissions are declining in central Ohio.
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The Ohio State University released its annual security report Friday afternoon. WOSU reports while some campus crime is down, other more serious offenses have seen an increase.
Early in-person voting beings Tuesday. And this year, the Franklin County Board of Elections thinks its choice for the early polling place will be easier on voters compared to the 2008 presidential election.
A new study says that townships, those unincorporated areas within a county, are the most cost-effective form of government compared to Ohioâ€™s cities and villages. The report, commissioned by the Ohio Township Association, seems to counter claims that government consolidation is one way to help relieve fiscal pressures.
The state is adding two express lanes from I-270 to U.S. 23 North to reduce congestion and improve safety.
The investigation into seclusion rooms began after a Columbus woman said her son was locked in a small room and forced to lie in a puddle of his own urine.
Dem. State Rep. Alicia Reece wants federal election monitors in Ohio for the November election.
The finding that a frack-water disposal well contributed to a series of earthquakes in northeast Ohio rattled many residents’ comfort with the industry, which is on the cusp of enormous growth across Northeast Ohio. But are the fears justified?
The candidates made several appearances around Ohio on the same day a new independent poll gave the President a ten-point lead in the key battleground state.
The state has released more data on school performance, but district attendance rates, performance indexes, and overall rating were once again omitted because of the on-going attendance rigging scandal.
Deneen Black, 32, is a registered sex offender who’s been living in the Hilltop neighborhood. Police say he was arrested early Tuesday without incident.