Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
Ohio’s top election official says 17 noncitizens voted illegally in the battleground state in last year’s presidential election, and another 274 are registered but did not vote.
Both sides in a fight over whether gay marriage should be recognized on Ohio death certificates despite a statewide ban will argue their cases in front of a federal judge in Cincinnati.
The unofficial Democratic candidate for governor Ed FitzGerald may face a primary challenge.
Figures from the Franklin County Board of Elections show supporters for the Columbus Schools levy campaign spent $3 million in their failed effort. The levy failed by a more than 2 to 1 margin.
The Mayor’s office maintains Columbus residents still support the public purchase of Nationwide Arena. Voters could decide the issue after a citizens group collected enough signatures to ask voters if they want to stop city payments on the Arena.
Ohio Democrats’ presumptive 2014 gubernatorial nominee, Ed FitzGerald, is seeking to reassure supporters that his campaign is focused and moving forward after his running mate left the race in a flap over unpaid tax debts.
Facing large tax liens, Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Eric Kearney, a Cincinnati Democrat, today dropped out of race.
Pioneering former Ohio legislator William L. Mallory has died in Cincinnati at age 82. He was the state’s first black House majority leader and longest-serving in its history.
As mourners from around the world are remembering the late Nelson Mandela, Columbus native, Julialynne Walker shares her stories when she lived and worked in South Africa for 15 years after Mandela’s release from prison.
A liberal think tank critical of Ohio’s job creation program, JobsOhio, says the California native brought in to be its first president may have used that position to set himself up for a big payday from Ohio State University.