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.
Maj. Gen. Deborah Ashenhurst, Gov. John R. Kasich, Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor and Ohio Department of Veterans Services Director Thomas N. Moe honored Ohio service members who lost their lives during the Governor's Wreath Laying Ceremony in the atrium of the Ohio Statehouse today.
The Warren Local school district will look very different next year with a new superintendent, new high school and elementary administrators and the return of high school busing.
More than 60 people came out to a 78th birthday party and recognition dinner held in honor of community leader Eugene Collins, Sr.
State Rep. Connie Pillich, who represents a suburban Cincinnati district, will seek the party nomination to challenge incumbent Republican Josh Mandel for state treasurer.
Staff Writer Linda Harris earned second-place honors in the best business writer category, while the newspaper's staff earned second place in the best special sections category for its work in producing a section welcoming Gov.
For the first two years of his term as Attorney General, we didn't hear much from Mike DeWine.
The experts examining Franklin County's finances are leaning toward a declaration that the county is spending more than it is making.
Revenues for the 2013 fiscal year ending on June 30 totaled $18,591,323, while expenses fell to $17,830,982. Increases in property and income taxes, as well as state grants-in-aid, added to the revenue side.