Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says the manufacturer of a drug overdose antidote will provide rebates for public agencies buying the drug over the next year.
WOSU News Archives For: June 11, 2013
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has ordered veterans’ military skills and service be taken into account for civilian job licenses and college credits.
Appeals are planned by 12 Cleveland police supervisors disciplined for their roles in the chase in which officers fired 137 shots, killing a fleeing driver and his passenger.
Former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann can again practice law in the state, following a six-month suspension related to ethics violations. The Ohio Supreme Court reinstated his law license on Tuesday, saying Dann substantially complied with the court’s six-month order.
Former Watterson P.E. teacher has two weeks to request arbitration now that the schools superintendent denied her reinstatement.
Two deer crashed through large plate glass windows today at OSU Medical building. None of the workers in the building was injured.
Thereâ€™s a bill in the Ohio legislature that would give public school students credit for taking religious classes. Critics worry about the unintended consequences.
The panel has approved a pilot program to let food trucks operate from specified public parking spaces as officials look for a permanent solution.
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is trying to ride the coattails of “The Avengers”, part of which was shot in Northeast Ohio two years ago. Along with the car chases and firefights comes renewed debate over Ohioâ€™s film tax credits, without which none of this activity would likely take place in Ohio.