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Journalists and Death Row inmates sued Ohio for denying the inmates permission to talk to the press about a horrific riot in the Lucasville prison that left 10 dead in 1993.
COLUMBUS, OHIO The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio today approved four highway-rail grade crossing projects in Columbiana, Sandusky and Trumbull counties.
On Wednesday, a bill named after animal advocate and FOX 8 weatherman Dick Goddard passed the Ohio House of Representatives, according to Fox8 .
In this file photo from 2001, Frederick J. Lisy, left, then vice president of Orbital Research Inc., and Troy Prince, the engineer in charge of the Mayfield company's scientific team, stand in the framework of a prototype of an automated ordnance handler, designed to feed munitions to a ship's guns from below deck.
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.
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.