A Delaware County Grand jury Thursday indicted 39 year old Matthew Rausenberg of Columbus on 32 counts alleging sex crimes against children in his classroom. First Assistant Prosecutor Kyle Rohrer outlined the charges saying Rausenberg faces life in prison, if convicted.
Over the past six years, Cuyahoga County distributed more than $100 million to develop and sustain arts and culture. However, the income from that tax is starting to dwindle, prompting a re-evaluation of how the money is spent and how we put a value on what an artist does.
With cooler temperatures hitting Ohio and winter on the horizon, many medical experts say it’s time to protect ourselves against the flu. There’s a particular push to vaccinate those 65 and older.
In what may be the only state candidate debate this election season, the candidates for state auditor tangled over JobsOhio, charter schools and funding local governments, at the City Club of Cleveland.
Researchers are gathering in Cleveland for a conference on what one doctor calls “the fundamental reason that we can’t cure cancer today.”
Plans are shaping up for a major pipeline to move natural gas liquids from eastern Ohio to the Gulf Coast.
The federal government is running low on cash to fund highway and bridge projects this year, and lawmakers in Washington have put together a set of competing fixes to the problem. U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown says he’s open to increasing the federal gas tax.
Despite losing out on major federal funding last month, a nonprofit group trying to build a wind farm in Lake Erie says it’s not abandoning its goal.
Last week a processor called Access Midstream announced plans for a major expansion of its facility in Harrison County. And experts say investments in that midstream chunk of the business are a key sign of the long-term health of a regionâ€™s gas industry.
The recent firing of an usher for the Cleveland Indians has brought back a question: Can employers fire a worker for refusing to support a political candidate or cause?