A new national poll Republican voters indicates Governor John Kasich has some work to do to increase his name recognition; Kasich barely registers in the survey.
Improving low performing public schools is a problem that has troubled educators and parents for decades. This year, Ohio is trying a new tactic, allowing for parents to take over a troubled school.
A prisons inspection committee says work still needs to be done at one of the state’s toughest lock-ups, where inmates continue to report concerns about racism and excessive use of force.
Police are trying to determine what caused the death of a 20-year-old woman whose body was found near the entrance of a water works plant in southwestern Ohio.
A central Ohio prosecutor says a police officer who ran down a suspect with an SUV after another officer was shot did not nothing wrong.
Democrat David Pepper will be the new Ohio Democratic Party chairman, according to NPR member station WVXU in Cincinnati.
The recent expansion of Medicaid services has helped more people get addiction services.
The mother of a 12-year-old boy shot to death by police on a Cleveland playground says her son was never given a chance to follow officers’ orders.
The CEO of Bob Evans Farms Inc. is stepping down after more than eight years in the post by mutual agreement with the company as the restaurant operator works on improving its performance.
The goal of the new Columbus program is to link people who need extra food with underused food pantries in their neighborhoods.