Police officers and ministers are joining mental health, probation and prosecutor’s office representatives on a new Ohio panel to study possible updates to police training.
Ohio has asked the federal government for $550 million to help shore up a state unemployment compensation fund hit hard by the shrinking economy.
A report released today advises Ohio tomake a number of adjustments to keep its unemployment fund from going bankrupt.
A judge has frozen the fight between the state’s top elected officials and a tobacco prevention foundation over how best to use money originally designated to prevent smoking.
For two years, some Ohioans have used a check-off box on their state income tax form to donate part of their refund to a special new fund to help injured Ohio war veterans.
Ohio Catholic leaders have started $3 million fund to help victims of childhood sexual abuse. But some victims say the Counseling Assistance Fund is a publicity stunt