Columbus artist Jenny Fine says her camera has become a tool for facilitating intimacy between herself and her family, and nowhere is that more evident than in her “Flat Granny” series, soon to be on view at the Dublin Arts Council. The artist photographed her grandmother during the last ten years of her life.
Drivers might be surprised to hear that the ordinary action of flashing their headlights on the road could be considered illegal. Now, one lawmaker wants to clear the confusion.
A liberal think tank is pointing out a discrepancy in the laws that lay out Ohio’s third grade reading guarantee.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has laid out new standards that could mean a big boost for some Ohio State University researchers.
The two Democratic state lawmakers listed as adversaries to a state agency’s plan to promote drilling in state parks are speaking out.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources crafted a communications plan to educate Ohioans about horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, in state parks, that warned the department’s efforts would be met with “zealous resistance by environmental activists.”
Gov. John Kasich is stressing the need to cut Ohioans’ taxes while maintaining that money does not buy happiness.
Mike DeWine is defending himself against news reports and comments from his Democratic challenger that he’s running a “pay to play” system in awarding state contracts.
A top Tea Party leader has some harsh words for a conservative blog after it reported about a possible challenge to Gov. John Kasich in the Republican primary.
Ohio will partner with libraries, highway rest areas, and other facilities overseen by the state to build awareness about human trafficking.