Ohio controlling board approves money for export promotion
State prison changes could save Ohio money
Senate considers child restraint bill
The legislation focuses on Naloxone, which is sold under the brand name Narcan
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
The poll also showed Ohioans are satisfied with the way things are going in their state
The sites include Summit, Stark and Mahoning counties
They’ll oppose tax changes that further hurt local governments or inordinately benefit wealthy residents.
Ohio Right To Life says the legislation would prohibit abortions at the point at which pre-born children can feel pain.
Thursday was Human Trafficking Awareness Day at the Statehouse
The state also ranks first in the country in the number of facilities making wind components,
The governor was sworn in for his second four-year term Monday
The governor continues to defend his expansion of Medicaid eligibility in the state.
States might have to band together to force Congress' hands
A member of the Trumbull County Adult Probation Department is on the advisory group
The governor says he wants tough new rules for charter schools
He told reporters he wants to refocus on the party on issues that matter to Ohioans.
Schiavoni supports the plan
The bill would eliminate the requirement that consumer-grade fireworks be taken outside of the state within two days of purchase and would allow buyers to “discharge, ignite or explode” such fireworks.
The bill now goes to Gov. Kasich for his signature
The goal is to reduce Ohio's infant mortality rate, which is one of the highest in the nation
The GOP leader of the Senate questioned whether there’s support to pass a pay-raise bill in his chamber
The Public Records Act passed on a unanimous vote of 92-0 and heads to the Ohio Senate for further consideration
The legislation would limit standardized testing times for each subject assessment to four hours per year
Law would prohibit abortions when a fetal heartbeat is detected
By MARC KOVAC email@example.com COLUMBUS A Democratic state lawmaker wants Ohio to allow the
The three escapees are now in the OSP in Youngstown
Bill would synchronize filing extensions, penalties, due dates and code definitions for Ohio’s various municipalities
The commission decided against a fine for DeMaine Kitchen
There are 159 people who had some sort of contact with a Texas nurse who was diagnosed with the virus
The proposal calls for refundable deposits of 5 to 10 cents for closed glass, metal and plastic containers.
By MARC KOVAC firstname.lastname@example.org COLUMBUS State health officials have a couple of messages to
State spends more than $18 million
They would get their mail through the secretary of state's office
The total payout is about $370,000
The bill was introduced more than a year ago but has not yet had a hearing in the chamber’s Policy and Legislative Oversight Committee.
Redfern said he hopes Polivka ‘comes to his senses.’ Polivka’s response?: ‘That’s a bunch of malarkey.’
A portion of the purchase price will help pay medical costs for military personnel injured in Iraq or Afghanistan
The governor wants to see another $1 billion in rebates go to Ohio private businesses and public offices
In June and July, more than 100 contributors chipped in $10,000 or more to the governor’s re-election efforts.
Kasich outpaces FitzGerald among Ohio voters