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2 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
While the Ohio Senate sits on life-saving legislation aimed at fighting back the heroin epidemic , the drug's death toll in Cuyahoga County continues to inch toward record-breaking numbers.
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6 hrs ago | The Intelligencer
President Emeritus of the Ohio State University and former West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee was named today as president of WVU, effective in early January.
8 hrs ago | Recordpub.com
The court issued a two-sentence judgment entry this week that dismissed a complaint requesting JobsOhio to fulfill a public records request.
12 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
The Franklin County Republican Party has forwarded three names for Gov. John Kasich to consider in filling an opening on the county Court of Appeals.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, the state's top lawyer and watchdog, is finally ready to take on one of politicians' most sacred cows: Veterans.
State leaders are once again considering an increased tax on the oil and gas industry as shale gas development continues to grow.
Most of the estimated 425 families evacuated after a train derailment and chemical spill were allowed to return home Thursday.
Homeowners who received a break on their property taxes under the state's prior homestead exemption law will continue to do so, even if they move, under legislation OK'd by lawmakers Wednesday.
Senate Bill 206 passed on a split vote of 52-35 in the Ohio House, and the Ohio Senate later concurred, 28-5, sending the law changes to Gov. John Kasich for his expected signature.
The Ohio Legislature has passed a bill to create a new oversight committee for Medicaid and take steps to limit the cost growth of the federal-state health program for the poor and disabled.
Gov. John Kasich was touting his new business engaging agency, JobsOhio, as a better way of bringing jobs to Ohio.
Ohio State Senator Eric Kearney of Cincinnati struggled Wednesday to explain to reporters his sizable state and federal tax liens.
Thanks to Pence, these financially struggling Hoosiers will soon lose their health insurance.
Mayor John Cranley and a majority of City Council appear ready to halt Cincinnati's $132.8 million streetcar project on Dec. 4 - and voters might not get a final say if council ends up canceling the project after further reviewing the costs to do so.
There is rare issue of agreement in the 2014 gubernatorial campaign: Both Republican incumbent John Kasich and his likely Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald oppose legislative efforts to eliminate the death penalty in Ohio.
More than 30 prominent Democrats gathered in Pam Miller's Medina living room Tuesday to hear Ed FitzGerald make his case why he should be the party's candidate for governor next year.