Artist Rod Sounik talks about the spontaneity of glass blowing and shaping.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that after state regulators issue a permit to drill for oil or natural gas, there’s no place for critics to appeal.
Workers, employers and lobbyists for Ohio’s growing oil and gas industry are descending on the Statehouse to tout the industry’s economic benefits.
A Texas-based company wants to use river barges to move its potentially toxic wastewater in Ohio, but federal officials must first decide whether it’s safe.
Rich deposits of natural gas buried deep beneath Ohio have brought a flurry of companies to the state to lease up plots of land to drill for the resource. The landowners stand to gain thousands in upfront payments, but can encounter a world of frustration if they don’t understand all the terms of those lease agreements.
Ohio has a long history of drilling in shallow oil and gas wells. But the expansion of horizontal, deep shale drilling has raised many questions about how well ground water resources are insulated from potential contamination from the drilling process.
The Republican governor is using a new tactic to convince the GOP and drilling companies about his tax shift plan.
For the second installment of our look back at state government in 2012, Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen has this review of some proposals that failed to get the approval of the General Assembly this year.
Gov. John Kasich and Democratic state lawmakers favor a proposal to require drilling companies to hire at least 60 percent of their employees working in Ohio from Ohio.
The wide-reaching poll also surveyed Ohioans on marijuana, same-sex marriage, and the practice of electing state Supreme Court justices.
Officials in the Northeast Ohio want to lease out vacant city land to drilling companies, then use the revenue to fund further demolition and rebuilding efforts.