Democrats and Republicans played another game of political tennis this week when House Republicans served up another vote to fully repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Democrats returned a litany of reasons why the 2010 law is good for Americans.
Back in February 2013, Bishop Thomas E. Breidenthal of the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio encouraged a "diocesan conversation" about gun control with the "hope that in engaging this highly-charged topic, we might model the spiritual disciplines of respect, relentless self-questioning, and acknowledgment of what is of value in the arguments of ... (more)
Ohio was among the 40 states the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that saw a slight dip in unemployment.
Ohio's unemployment rate was 7.0 percent in April 2013, compared to 7.1 percent in March, according to data released Friday by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
Asbestos personal injury trusts proliferated after many of the early primary asbestos product manufacturers reorganized under bankruptcy law.
The jury trial of a Pike Township man accused of growing marijuana in his backyard garden last summer was averted at the last minute on Tuesday after the defendant pleaded no contest to the charge.
Dissatisfied with state pension reforms enacted last year that affect 1.8 million current and former government workers, Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel says without more changes "there will be nothing left at the end of the rainbow" when public employees retire.
The Area Agency on Aging District 7, Inc. celebrates the accomplishments of our older citizens in recognition of May as Older Americans Month.
This March 3, 2013, file photo shows handguns displayed in Sandy, Utah. Ohio Democrats on Wednesday, May 15, 2013, proposed new legislation that would temporarily strip guns from those who have been served protection orders.
An Ohio legislator's plan to establish a nationwide prescription drug tracking system to protect patients from fake drugs was approved today by the House Commerce Committee .
The first two people to be indefinitely banned from Ohio casinos are both former dealers who cheated on the job.
State Representative Lou Terhar yesterday joined Speaker of the Ohio House William G. Batchelder and other members of the House veterans caucus in demanding that veterans' disability benefits be administered by Washington in a significantly more timely fashion, an issue that has continued to worsen over the past several years.
In recent weeks, Ohio law enforcement has begun to move against the operators of skill games parlors, or so-called "Internet cafes," with Attorney General Mike DeWine's office conducting investigations into the storefront businesses.
The promise that Marvin Thorp says Ohio Turnpike planners made to his grandfather as they carved a right-of-way through the grandfather's farm for the toll road 60 years ago is one the Fayette, Ohio, resident won't soon forget.