This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
Congress is on its way to a budget deal a couple weeks ahead of the January 1 deadline. But the deal doesnâ€™t include extending emergency unemployment benefits. That means 40,000 Ohioans could see their payments end this month.
Ohio officials and aviation industry leaders are hoping the region is among those chosen by the FAA for the testing of commercial drone aircraft.
The government shutdown is over after lawmakers agreed to raise the countryâ€™s debt limitâ€¦until January 15th. Ohio’s Republican U.S. Senator is looking to the next round of negotiations with optimism.
The city has become the first in the state to officially oppose â€œstand your groundâ€ legislation being considered at the Ohio house.
A congressional committee is pushing for Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew to release documents related to the pensions of Delphi retirees, hundreds of whom are from Ohio. Now theyâ€™re setting a deadline for action.
Governor John Kasich visited Wilmington Thursday to highlight new jobs coming to the city. The Governor was joined by local officials and business leaders to celebrate commitments by companies to create more than 500 jobs.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is going ahead with a planned stop in the Dayton area, but the focus will be on helping victims of storms that swept through Ohio late Monday and early Tuesday.
The school closed its doors because of financial troubles three years ago. It’s resuming classes today, even without accreditation.
The payday lending industry is threatening to pull out of Ohio after passage of tough new regulations covering short term loans.