The hearing for a preliminary injunction to stop the plan to revamp Youngstown schools stretched over two days.
A judge heard testimony Tuesday why the plan to revamp Youngstown's schools was unconstitutional
Legal counsel for proponents and opponents of the proposed amendment offered no objections, voicing agreement with the new language choices
The court instead based its decision on the fact that the petitioners did not meet other requirements for inclusion on the ballot
The House bill would ensure business tax bills for the year won't be larger than originally anticipated
The State Controlling Board released more than $98K for a new beach pavilion
The governor participated in a 911 observance in Westerville that focused on overcoming adversity and helping neighbors.
A goal is to give judges more discretion in sentencing
Youngstown use of cameras meets law requirements, key legislator says
The proposed amendment heads to the state Ballot Board for its initial review before proponents can begin collecting the 300,000-plus names required to place the issue before voters.