The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio last week rejected a request from American Electric Power to have customers subsidize two coal plants. So what will it mean for future utility proposals in Ohio?
Prosecutors in Cleveland are asking a federal judge to hand down the same sentences to those convicted in the Amish beard- and hair-cuttings when all 16 are resentenced next month.
After being challenged by the U.S. Department of Justice, Ohio’s juvenile justice agency says it sharply reduced the solitary confinement of its young inmates last year.
A legal fight between a deep-sea treasure hunter and the investors who say he cheated them out of millions of dollars in gold is returning to Ohio.
Two men and one woman were taken to a hospital with facial tears and punctures Wednesday night after the attack.
As of next week, every middle and high school student in Akron will be getting a two-sided card telling them how to deal with police. It’s a partnership between city police and an anti-violence youth group.
Ohio’s prisons agency is recommending a two-year contract renewal for the private vendor criticized for problems feeding inmates.
Police in central Ohio say a 3-year-old child has died and the man who was caring for her is charged with murder.
A state panel formed in the wake of several recent police-involved deaths in Ohio and around the nation heard complains and frustrations about police relations when it met Monday night.
The group behind a proposed marijuana legalization amendment has released more details about its plan, including where the regulated pot would be grown.
Former Ohio State football star Maurice Clarett has been released from probation early.