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…
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 poll from Survey USA commissioned by WCMH says 56 percent of likely Franklin County voters are against the levy, while 36 percent say they support it.
The incumbent Republican governor on Tuesday released a television ad titled â€œDeliverâ€ that focuses on his humble western Pennsylvania roots, entering Ohio politics, and starting a family.
Two Libertarians being removed from Ohioâ€™s May primary ballot have filed a legal challenge against the state.
Bills to shorten Ohio’s early voting period and set rules for mailing unsolicited absentee ballot applications have cleared the Ohio House.
The latest independent poll in the race for governor shows John Kasich’s lead over Democratic challenger Ed Fitzgerald is shrinking.
Attorney General Mike DeWine rejected the petition for the proposed “Ohio Voters Bill of Rights” on Thursday, saying its summary was not a fair and truthful statement of the proposal.
Mike DeWine is defending himself against news reports and comments from his Democratic challenger that he’s running a “pay to play” system in awarding state contracts.
An Ohio Tea Party activist says they will not present a challenger for Gov. Kasich in the Republican primary because Tea Party candidates “are put under such scrutiny by the Republican Party.”
Democratic attorney general candidate David Pepper says he would consider not defending the state in court if his office deems a law unconstitutional.