Ohio lawmakers considering the proposed two year budget are not likely to embrace Governor Kasich's proposal to expand Medicaid.
The Ohio State Flag: A controversial new bill seeks to stop brewer's in the state also owning distributors, and has upset Anheuser-Busch Anheuser-Busch InBev has attacked 'free market restrictions' after a controversial brewery bill was passed in Ohio, but the state's Craft Brewer's Association says the law protects craft brewers' route to market.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich loves to talk about reaching across the political aisle and now he has the chance in filling a vacant spot on Cleveland Municipal Court.
Over the last several years, the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport has lost hundreds of flights as Delta scaled back operations.
Reports that Mayor Merle Gorden was eligible for a salary increase brought TV cameras and residents seeking to speak out on the issue to the city's May 20 City Council meeting.
Democrats in the Ohio House are proposing a series of reforms they say will make Gov.
A group is ordaining Roman Catholic women priests despite Vatican opposition, and Debra Meyers will be Cincinnati's first woman to go through the ordination on May 25.
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The first 26 minutes of WJW Channel 8's 6 p.m. Wednesday newscast were pretty much business as usual.
A Republican state lawmaker is proposing to link Medicaid expansion in Ohio to job training that could ultimately reduce the need for participation in the program.
All seven announced candidates have to first file petitions and be certified by the Lucas County Board of Elections.
An effective ban on Internet cafes targeted as illegal gambling operations has cleared the Ohio Legislature after more than two years of wrangling.
Although that vote did not raise property taxes, I am really concerned about having to do so in the future in order to adequately fund out schools.
Financial doomsday looms, but district leaders are stuck playing the waiting game before they can attempt to fix the problem.
It was in the middle of the reading of the names of Ohio military men killed in action over the past year that Gov.