The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
WOSU News Archives For August 2013
The debate over Medicaid expansion in Ohio continues, but now thereâ€™s word one group wants to try to take the issue to the ballot.
It’s the latest effort by officials to address prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction in the state.
Advocates for poor Ohioans say they’re unfairly targeted by a proposal to require applicants to Ohio’s welfare program to pass drug tests.
The state’s tax commissioner says most Ohioans won’t notice the increase in sales tax and will benefit from the income tax cut. But advocates for the poor say the plan unfairly benefits top-earners.
The OSU football team opens the 2013 season Saturday against Buffalo with the number two ranking in the country and a quarterback who’s among the preseason favorites to win the Heisman Trophy.
A statewide effort underway called Feed Ohio is aimed at reducing potential cuts to a federal program that serves about 850,000 Ohioans.
A Franklin County judge has ruled that members of a national conservative Christian group cannot protest in the land in front of one of the region’s largest churches.
The city has become the first in the state to officially oppose â€œstand your groundâ€ legislation being considered at the Ohio house.
A car crash involving the Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel that was kept quiet until now is raising questions about campaign finance laws and his transportation.
Democrats in the Ohio House are accusing Republican legislative leaders of stalling on a decision on whether to expand the Medicaid health program to cover more low-income residents.