Biz & Labor

State data shows 25,600 homeless students in Ohio. That number has...

On any given weekday, about 25,600 homeless students — 1.5% of all enrollees — walked into Ohio’s K-12 schools, according to state data from...

Brown, Portman boast support of new trade agreement

Ohio’s U.S. Senators gave their input on a new trade agreement approved by the Senate Finance Committee this week. Both U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and...

Search for contractors continues Ohio’s orphan oil and gas plugging efforts

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is starting a new phase of a process to address idle and orphan oil and gas wells. As part...

Hyperloop-backed study predicts major benefits to Midwest, but skeptics have their...

A new Hyperloop system connecting Chicago, Cleveland and Pittsburgh would require an enormous investment, but would also have an equally large economic impact on...

Ohio sets new quarterly records for oil and natural gas production

During the third quarter of 2019, Ohio's horizontal shale wells produced more than 7.2 million barrels of oil and 674 billion cubic feet of...

‘Real rush’ of Trump rules expected ahead of 2020 election

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is preparing to finalize a host of high-profile rules in 2020, including policies that will impact everything from auto...

Grants, incentives offered to boost early childhood care in Ohio

In an effort to expand a state-mandated childcare rating system and improve the quality of childcare, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services...

Judge and father make the case for criminal sentencing reform bill 

This is the hardest time of year for Charles “Chip” Jenkins. The holiday season makes him think of his son, Alex.  “I used to enjoy...

Fudge joins other U.S. House Dems to slam Trump’s food stamps...

WASHINGTON — The morning after they voted to impeach President Donald Trump, a group of U.S. House Democrats gathered outside of the Agriculture Department’s...

Bill to put photo IDs on food stamp cards returned to...

The Ohio Senate will reconsider a bill regarding photo identification on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program after sending it back to committee Tuesday in...
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