The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
Ohio members of Congress are deciding how to vote on Speaker John Boehner’s plan to raise the nation’s debt ceiling. A Central Ohio freshman Congressman plans to vote “yes” on the measure.
A recent conference in Columbus focused on preventing the radicalization of Somali youth. Officials say that has not been a problem in Columbus in the past and they want to make sure it does not happen in the future.
Freshman congressman Steve Stivers today told a business group in Worthington the U-S House will consider a 2011 federal budget resolution in two weeks. Stivers addressed five Chambers of Commerce in Worthington.
New Congressman Steve Stivers faces a key vote in his first week on the job. The Columbus Republican said he is still deciding whether to join the house leadership in a vote to repeal the health care overhaul.
After a second run for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, Ohio Republican Steve Stivers unseated his Democratic opponent.
The Ohio Elections Commission will not move forward in a complaint filed against a contentious ad put out by the GOP 15th District U.S. Congressional candidate.
She says it’s false. He’s says it’s factual. The race for the 15th U.S. Congressional District heats up as candidates face off about a new campaign ad.
Its politics for breakfast Monday at the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Major party candidates for the 15th congressional district will face off for the second time in four days.
In the hotly contested 2008 race, former state senator Steve Stivers lost the 15th district to Mary Jo Kilroy by only about 23-hundred votes.
Democrats have taken a seat from House Republicans after the counting of provisional ballots in a race in central Ohio. Unofficial results Sunday showed that Democrat Mary Jo Kilroy beat Republican Steve Stivers by more than 2,000 votes.