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Addiction kills thousands of Ohioans per year. COVID-19 is making things...

As the new coronavirus began its march across the United States, Chief Tom Synan knew a “hurricane” was coming. The opioid epidemic was already killing...

Trump tells far-right group to ‘stand back and stand by’ in...

President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden in Tuesday night’s chaotic and messy presidential debate were each asked how they would deal with...

Ohio AG files suit in mammoth bribery scandal

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Wednesday sued the players in a massive scandal that continues to roil state politics. 

Coronavirus death toll surpasses 100 in Ohio prisons

More than 100 inmates and workers in Ohio’s prison system have died from COVID-19, state data shows. Five prison workers (three corrections officers and two...

Study: 96% of Black Lives Matter protests have been peaceful in...

The vast majority of nationwide Black Lives Matter protests have been peaceful, including those in Ohio, according to a new study by the Armed Conflict...

Ohio issues highlighted in report on racial disparities in executions

A line can be drawn from lynchings and other gross acts of historic racial discrimination and the fact that minorities disproportionately are executed now, according to a new report by the Death Penalty Information Center.

Chief Justice: Virtual courtrooms, broken barriers the future of justice

The true nature of justice lies in its ability to change when society calls for it, according to the head of Ohio’s highest court. Ohio...

Consumer advocate wants to know where utility got $60M from in...

Ohio's official utility watchdog wants to know where Akron-based FirstEnergy got the $60 million that federal prosecutors say fueled the largest bribery scandal in Ohio history.

New tort law first step in getting justice for sexual assault...

There is no amount of money that can keep Jessica Simpkins from replaying the images of her rape at the hands of a church...

House arrest, monitoring not counted for time-served, Ohio Supreme Court rules

House arrest and electronic monitoring don’t count as part of jail-time credit, the Ohio Supreme Court said in a recent ruling. The decision reverses a...
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