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2 hrs ago | The News-Messenger
Ohio would cross-reference voter addresses with other state databases to try to clean up discrepancies under a voting bill that's likely to pass the General Assembly on Wednesday.
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The state's long-running battle to put curbs on the payday loan industry landed in front of the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Several dozen unionized teachers and community supporters gathered outside the Ohio Statehouse yesterday to "reclaim the promise of public education" in one of more than 100 such public events planned nationwide.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will soon be releasing proposed rules to tighten up Ohio's rules on natural gas-oil drilling.
Former Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory is going to make a 10:30 a.m. statement at his family's West End home, a spokesman said this morning.
The federal government wants Ohio to change its driver's licenses and government-issued ID.
Ohio is seeing an uptick in online applications for Medicaid now that many low-income residents can sign up for the health program through a new website.
Time is running out for certain military veterans to cash in on a gift from the state of Ohio for their service during wartime.
Ohio Senator Tim Schaffer, R-Lancaster, has announced he will be running for the Ohio House District currently held by Gerald Stebelton, R-Lancaster.
Concerns over the loose regulation of some home care workers is leading several states to consider bills aimed at increasing oversight and requirements for this workforce.
Edward Poelstra, formerly of Tucson, Ariz., and Rebecca Mallin of Toledo talk about their experience with Unison Behavioral Health Group on East Woodruff Avenue.
About a year ago a local family began getting flammable water. The fact that their house's recorded methane levels shot up shortly after fracking began nearby was considered maybe not coincidental, so the Ohio Department of Natural Resources looked into it.
Strands of lights, festive carols, presents and time spent with friends and family are all ways people across the country ring in the holidays.
Supporters of a bill to change how electric utilities are governed in Ohio had hoped to enact the proposal quickly.