State labor officials say Ohio employers added about 1,000 workers in September, and about 14,000 people left state unemployment roles.
The Ohio House has approved a bill shielding the source of the state’s lethal injection drugs for a minimum of 20 years.
Same-sex couples seeking the right to marry are asking the Supreme Court to settle the issue of gay marriage nationwide.
A federal judge has ruled that a small Urbana company doesn’t have to offer birth control coverage as part of its employees’ health insurance plan.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a Mount Vernon public school science teacher who was fired three years ago for promoting the theory of creationism and refusing to remove religious materials from his classroom.
There is a place on the southside of Columbus where high school dropouts can go when and if they decide to finish their degrees.
A Cincinnati charity says it has applied for a federal grant aimed at bringing to Ohio some of the immigrant children who have flooded across the U.S. border recently.
New census data show working-class whites now make up less than half of Ohio’s eligible voters, a demographic change that has both parties expanding their efforts to reach other voters.
A Roman Catholic priest convicted of killing a nun in an Ohio hospital chapel 34 years ago has died. The Rev. Gerald Robinson was 76.
The democratic candidate for governor is facing sharp criticism from the camp of incumbent Republican Governor John Kasich. Candidate Ed FitzGerald appeared on WOSUâ€™s All Sides with Ann Fisher Wednesday.
In a handful of counties northeast of Columbus public health officials are traveling back roads and setting up clinics in churches and town halls. Theyâ€™re trying to contain a measles outbreak among the mostly unvaccinated Amish community.