This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
A federal judge has denied two disqualified Libertarian candidates immediate access to Ohio’s fall ballot and hints the decision may foreshadow his final judgment.
Voting is under way in Ohio’s primary election that will cull the field of candidates for state and U.S. House posts, and decide the fate of a levy request for the Columbus Zoo.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ordered that a central Ohio sheriff be put back on the May primary ballot for a Democratic party committee post.
Two Libertarian candidates for statewide office in Ohio have been tossed from the May primary ballot by the state elections chief.
A federal judge has blocked enforcement of a law that made it harder for minor party candidates to get on the ballot.
Columbus City Council is trying to keep the cityâ€™s contract to purchase Nationwide Arena off of the ballot.
With nearly two-thirds of the vote counted Columbus School District voters are saying an unqualified no to higher property taxes and school leaders’ reform plans.
Supporters of a proposal to expand Medicaid can now begin collecting signatures in a campaign that could put the issue before Ohio voters next year.
A Columbus school board member says the district should break up a massive levy scheduled for the November ballot in order to limit the amount of money being shared with charter schools.
City leaders in Upper Arlington say theyâ€™re ready to proceed with a planned entertainment district now that voters have approved expanded liquor sales.