A local doctor was suspended, Thursday, after a federal appeals court ruled a Cleveland University can deny his medical degree. The case centers on alleged lack of professionalism.
When the clock struck midnight — John Kasich’s first term as governor expired and his second term began.
Ohio ranks near the bottom among states with poor infant mortality rates. As Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports — lawmakers are working with each other — across the aisle — to try and stem the crisis.
The state is one step closer towards repealing the law that mandates a minimum salary schedule for teachers — opening the door to a merit-based pay system.
A proposal to change how many guidance counselors, nurses, and other specialists are required in Ohio elementary schools is drawing the ire of many of the state’s teachers.
An Ohio House committee took an odd step Tuesday in hosting an evening hearing to allow teachers to testify about a bill to repeal the new education standards known as Common Core.
Google and Facebook are among the tech giants cutting ties with a well-known legislative organization over its stance on climate change.
Prison breaks and inmate suicides are two major problems in the Ohio prison system, according to a group of protesters who rallied in Columbus Monday.
FirstEnergy has become the first Ohio utility company to make a big move since state lawmakers voted to delay incoming renewable energy mandates.
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Columbus to support Horizon Science Academies. The state education department is looking further into complaints of testing irregularities at at Horizon schools in Cincinnati and Columbus.