Columbus saw very little snow Wednesday night and Thursday morning, but it was a much different scene in Chillicothe and areas further south.
Some controversial billboards are reigniting the fight over outlawing mandatory union dues in Ohio.
Itâ€™s been a year since opponents of a collective bargaining law paraded in downtown Columbus to hand over petitions that would put the issue on the statewide ballot, where it was repealed. Now, some of the backers of that effort are using it to convince Ohioans to re-elect President Obama.
Chris Redfern beat back a challenge from within his own party last night to win reelection as chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party.
Lawmakers say giving the district more control of staffing decisions will put more focus on students. Some teachers call the changes a back-door way to install the changes of Senate Bill 5.
Do you think employees should be forced to join unions or pay union dues?
The group that led the fight against Senate Bill 5 says itâ€™s sticking together to wage a fight against another proposal that could cut union power.
Do you think workers should be able to opt out of labor unions?
Conservative activists are touting a new poll that says a majority of Ohioans want to let workers opt out of labor union dues.
Backers want to put a measure before voters to let more Ohioans opt out of labor unions.
Goals for the year include “JobsOhio 2″ and possibly reviving parts of Senate Bill 5.