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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...

Advocates for people with disabilities want offensive Ohio laws rewritten

Advocacy groups are urging Ohio lawmakers to rewrite certain state laws to take out antiquated language now considered to be offensive against people with...

Ohio celebrates the start of covid vaccinations, but it could have...

Gov. Mike DeWine called Monday "a great day" in the annals of the Buckeye State as the first doses of coronavirus vaccine were injected...

Supreme Court confirmation hearings to plow ahead amid COVID-19 infections

Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett will face the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee beginning Monday for what’s expected to be an unusual and contentious four...

COVID-19 lawsuit immunity won’t help economy, might increase spread, poll of...

Covid immunity won't help economy, might increase spread, poll of economists says

Are companies being sued by Ohio also bidding on new Medicaid...

The Ohio Department Medicaid won't say whether it will award a big contract to companies against whom the state has filed lawsuits claiming the companies ripped off state agencies in transactions involving prescription drugs.
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