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 [...]
About a month after the Democratic party named Richard Cordray to be its candidate for attorney general, the Ohio Republican Party today named its choice.
Allegations are being made against the two women who initiated the investigation that lead to the resignation of former A-G Marc Dann.
Gov. Ted Strickland has endorsed state Treasurer Richard Cordray to be the Democrats’ choice for attorney general.
The leaders of the Ohio legislature say they expect to pass a bill in both the House and Senate in the coming days that will enable an independent investigation of Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann.
If scandal-plagued Marc Dann either resigns his job as Ohio attorney general or is taken out of office by state legislators, Governor Ted Strickland could appoint an interim replacement.
The office of Attorney General Marc Dann says testimony is complete in its investigation into two women’s complaints of sexual harassment against their supervisor.
Ohio’s Attorney General is going to court to try to shut down another charter school. It’s the fourth time that Marc Dann has accused of a charter school of violating its duty as a charitable trust.
Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann is refusing to apologize for a memo he sent to an aide which included a remark that some Christian activists and Republican leaders consider offensive.
The attorney general’s office has just wrapped up a series of meetings to gather public input about games of skills versus games of chance. The Strickland administration has issued an emergency order to try and regulate the machines. But it may be up to the legislature to decide the outcome.
Ever since the shooting deaths of 32 people at Virginia Tech University earlier this month, many people have been asking questions about whether the same could happen here in Ohio. That includes Ohio’s attorney general. He’s found a serious problem in the system for issuing permits to carry concealed weapons in the buckeye state.