Police officers and ministers are joining mental health, probation and prosecutor’s office representatives on a new Ohio panel to study possible updates to police training.
These are the final days of the school year, and for most students, that means final exams and big papers. But one tiny rural school district goes beyond testing and written reports in helping students get ready for life after high school.
A northeast Ohio man is hitting the campaign trail to promote a cause thatâ€™s very personal to him: enshrining into state law a song he wrote about his home state.
The first new memorial in decades on the Statehouse grounds is just a few weeks away from being completed.
There is a primary on Tuesday’s statewide Democratic primary ballot. But it’s not expected to be much of a contest.
Reince Priebus was in Ohio Wednesday for what some might call an unusual visit.
The money gap between the major party candidates for governor continues to grow. Governor Kasich is outraising his opponent Fitzgerald 5 to 1.
As road construction season gets underway in Ohio, some in the industry are worried about the flow of money from the federal government to help pay for the projects drivers will see next year.
An Ohio House committee on Tuesday made several changes to the next state budget, including language on college athletes and punishing counties for mailing out unsolicited absentee ballot applications.
Ohioâ€™s hopes for one of the two major party presidential conventions in 2016 have dwindled slightly. Columbus has been eliminated from consideration but Cleveland and Cincinnati remain in the running.