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Vaccine numbers continue to jump, 600K more Ohioans to become eligible,...

Ohio is seeing another big jump in the number of doses of coronavirus vaccine coming into the state. That's allowing another large group to...

U.S. attorney departs, but HB 6 investigation is far from over

The cruel fortunes of politics mean that David M. DeVillers stopped being the top federal law enforcement official for Southern Ohio on Sunday. But the...

Judge to consider if Ohio woman’s Capitol riot charges are ‘crimes...

A federal judge Tuesday delayed his ruling on whether to allow the pre-trial release of an Ohio woman accused of organizing a paramilitary unit...

Critics take aim at HB 6 coal subsidies

A 2019 energy bill at the heart of a historic Ohio scandal has plenty of critics and it contains plenty of provisions of which...

Half a million deaths later, Ohio gov says he didn’t foresee...

The coronavirus pandemic has been grinding on for so many months that it's easy to become numb to its staggering cost. But now, as...

Chances for Ohio death penalty repeal appear to be growing

The biggest-ever bipartisan coalition on Thursday announced a renewed effort to repeal the death penalty in Ohio. State Sen. Nickie Antonio, D-Lakewood, and Sen. Steve...

Bill would enhance Ohio vandalism penalties in response to 2020 damage

A Republican state senator is seeking to increase the penalties for arson, vandalism and other criminal acts as a response to damage caused to...

The family court judge who threatened a mother with contempt for...

By Marshall Allen, ProPublica, and Rachel Dissell for ProPublica ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive their biggest...

Ohio man who kicked in U.S. Capitol window during riot arrested

An Ohio man who kicked in a reinforced window shutter at the U.S. Capitol during the violent insurrection Jan. 6 was arrested in connection...

Ohio ‘militia’ members planned Capitol violence in November, prosecutors say

Members of an unregulated Ohio militia began plotting a violent attempt to overturn the presidential election just days after cable networks first projected President...
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