The attorney general’s office’s consumer-protection section fielded about 28,000 complaints last year from consumers who believed they had been scammed
The governor maintains the severance tax will not kill Ohio's oil and gas industry
The number of renewals rose to a five-year high, however
More than 14,600 abandoned homes due to foreclosure were razed, including 308 in Mahoning County
The Ohio Supreme Court must decide whether a Huron County man should have to pay nearly $28,000 to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for hunting on private property without permission
The man on death row was convicted of killing a Twinsburg police officer.
The proposed law change provides adequate protections to ensure Ohioans have access to some type of local phone service.
The judge noted the new law does not suppress speech or the ability to oppose the death penalty.
Ohio filers this year may be asked to provide additional information and take a quiz to prove their identity before refunds are issued.
Columbus had been a finalist for the convention