COLUMBUS — A group of former U.S. Department of Justice officials who served under both Republican and Democratic presidents has filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court to counter the Trump administration’s recent about-face to support
COLUMBUS — A national animal rights organization that helped push for new standards for the care of agricultural livestock in Ohio several years ago is back with a plan to use the state’s constitution to do the same when it comes to so
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday blocked an Ottawa County judge from encroaching on the exclusive jurisdiction of the State Environmental Review Appeals Commission as to whether the Rocky Ridge quarry fill project is complying
COLUMBUS — It took three times at bat, but a bill designating one day a year in Ohio to honor the first black man to play major league baseball under contract cleared the decks of the Senate on Wednesday and is on its way to Gov. John
COLUMBUS — Less than three months after Gov. John Kasich vetoed a similar provision from the state budget, the Ohio House on Wednesday again voted to exempt sales of prescription eyewear from state and local taxes. The exemption was among 47
COLUMBUS — An Ohio House committee voted Tuesday to water down the penalty for drivers licensed to carry concealed handguns who fail to promptly inform police they are carrying during traffic stops. The move by the House Federalism and
COLUMBUS — Arguing that Ohio is losing millions in potential business investment, state Sen. Cliff Hite (R., Findlay) introduced a bill Thursday to loosen property setback restrictions imposed three years ago on the siting of new wind farms.
LUCASVILLE — With a brief apology to his victims’ families and a few verses of a hymn, two-time killer Gary Otte succumbed to a combination of three drugs Wednesday as Ohio completed just its second execution in three and a half years.
COLUMBUS — The four Democrats so far seeking Gov. John Kasich’s job next year spent much of their first debate Tuesday in eastern Ohio’s Martins Ferry taking aim at him and at President Trump’s White House instead of
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Supreme Court Tuesday considered the fate of Toledo’s last abortion clinic in a case watched closely as a test of lawmakers’ incremental restrictions on clinics. The state wants to revoke Capital Care