The Youngstown Vindicator says former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland will run for the Senate next year.
Ohio’s official unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in 13 years after employers added naerly 18,000 jobs in November.
The Ohio Supreme Court has again upheld use of traffic camera enforcement by the state’s municipalities.
The largest infrastructure project in Akron’s history is turning into a job-training program that local officials hope will help close the skills gap.
At least 25 families have been evacuated from their Monroe County homes because of an out-of-control natural gas fracking well.
Ohio Democrats have elected Cincinnati lawyer David Pepper as their next chairman as the party looks to rebuild after a year of political missteps and devastating losses.
If you want to be part of Governor Kasich’s program to mentor for Ohio school children, you’ll have to have a religious affiliation.
The goal of the new Columbus program is to link people who need extra food with underused food pantries in their neighborhoods.
The new proposal would create a seven-member panel to redraw lines. Two minority-party votes would be needed to adopt the boundaries for 10 years. Lacking those votes, the majority would draw them and they would be good for four years.
Columbus Public Health officials say 23 Franklin County residents were hospitalized by the flu last week. That’s about four times higher than the average week this time of year.
Under the governor’s plan, Ohio’s Medicaid program will provide immediate high-risk care management and services to pregnant women and babies in nine communities with high infant-mortality rates.