In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
Ohio high-schoolers beginning with the class of 2018 will see new graduation requirements and receive free college-admission testing under a legislative compromise heading toward approval.
A contentious bill delaying phase-in of Ohio’s renewable energy targets for two years has cleared the Republican-led state Legislature and is headed to GOP Gov. John Kasich.
Drivers might be surprised to hear that the ordinary action of flashing their headlights on the road could be considered illegal. Now, one lawmaker wants to clear the confusion.
Lawmakers are back for the second year of the legislatureâ€™s two year session. And while they passed nearly 60 bills last year, there are hundreds more bills that have been introduced.
The city has become the first in the state to officially oppose â€œstand your groundâ€ legislation being considered at the Ohio house.
The Speaker of the Ohio House is backpedaling on an apparent resignation request he sent last month to a Cincinnati-area representative after he was indicted.
A new bill at the Statehouse would mandate cities and townships to balance their budgets and maintain fully- funded municipal pension plans.
Ohio Senators are calling their new budget plan â€œa work in progressâ€ but they are touting it as a major improvement in funding for Ohioâ€™s public schools.
Advocates for extending the Medicaid program to cover more low-income Ohioans are holding events statewide in an effort to keep the issue before state lawmakers.
Two bills stripping Ohio unions of the ability to compel membership and automatically collect dues face an uncertain fate at the Ohio Statehouse.