Politics & Gov

New year, new court fight over Down syndrome abortion

The new year will bring new discussions on a law that prohibited abortions after a Down syndrome diagnosis. A panel of judges for the 6th...

States will be able to use federal opioid money to also...

Federal grant money awarded to states to combat the opioid epidemic can also be used to address rising methamphetamine and cocaine use, according to...

Think you know the map of Ohio? Prove it with this...

Are you a true Ohioan? Sure, you follow the Blue Jackets, you visit the in-laws in Chillicothe, you love Skyline Chili. We invite you to...

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...

Distracted Driving the focus for highway patrol as holiday travel increases

Ohio’s governor says he is directing the highway patrol to focus on distracted drivers this holiday season. Gov. Mike DeWine cited highway patrol numbers that...

‘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...

Trump has appointed judges at a breakneck speed. More are coming

WASHINGTON — The GOP-controlled U.S. Senate heads into 2020 with few major legislative victories but a significant one on the judicial front: a dramatic...

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...

Latest ODNR gun range project to cost $9 million in upgrades

State cost tops $2.2 million toward more shooting positions, environmental work The state is spending more than $2.2 million to renovate and upgrade a shooting...

Ohio Dems push bipartisan health care bill as federal court rules...

Ohio Democrats are urging the legislature to move on a house bill after a federal court decision impacted a provision of the Affordable Care...
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