Bexley City Council will consider a discrimination ordinance that would include members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. The move follows a lesbian couple who spoke out about a local wedding photographer who declined their business due to their their sexual orientation.
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Ohio State University president Gordon Gee announced late Tuesday afternoon he will retire next month. Reaction about Geeâ€™s retirement on campus was mixed.
A human rights advocate tortured in Somalia in the 1980s says he’s relieved to have finally had his day in court. Abukar Hassan Ahmed says his appearance before a federal judge in Columbus last week for a damages hearing sends the message that justice is universal.
Three members of the Board of Directors of Scotts-Miracle-Gro Company in Marysville resigned yesterday.
The attorney for fired Bishop Watterson High School teacher Carla Hale says heâ€™s encouraged by a verdict rendered by a Cincinnati jury on Monday.
The arrival of the oil and gas industry in rural, eastern Ohio has brought millions of dollars in leasing money for landowners, a flurry of business activity, and a tax boost for counties. But carving out room – and roads – to accommodate energy giants like Chesapeake is not without its challenges.
The jury found the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati violated anti-discrimination law when it fired Christa Dias after she became pregnant via artificial insemination.
State officials say the pharmacy board can move to ban chemicals and drug cocktails much more quickly than the state legislature.