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Chairman of panel nominating regulator’s replacement also has ties to FirstEnergy,...

The connections between a power company at the center of a massive scandal involving a nuclear bailout and the Ohio agency that's supposed to...

Ohio coronavirus picture darkens rapidly

By many measures, the Ohio coronavirus pandemic is quickly worsening — and that's before any of the effects of holiday travel and visiting are...

State suit against drug middlemen delayed

Ohio's first lawsuit against middlemen accused of overcharging state agencies for prescription drugs has again been delayed.  Originally slated for trial last March, the Bureau...

Ohio utility poised to keep scandal-tainted bailout money even if it’s...

When it comes to billions of ratepayer dollars for bailouts and other add-ons, Ohio utilities are in a no-lose situation.  In the case of the...

Ohio foodbanks call for more National Guard assistance

Ohio foodbanks have seen unprecedented demand during the coronavirus pandemic — demand they say they couldn't have met without the help of the Ohio...

DeWine announces new curfew to try to slow covid spread

Desperate to slow the spread of coronavirus, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday announced a new curfew intended to decrease person-to-person contacts and new...

House bill would impose harsh new penalties on protesters and their...

In the wake of this summer’s massive civil-rights protests, two Republicans in the Ohio House have filed a bill that imposes harsh new penalties on certain protest-related activities.

Where Ohio’s GOP leaders are on the outcome of the election

Some, but not all, Ohio Republican officials on Monday appeared to be distancing themselves from Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claims that the Nov. 3 election is being stolen from him.

Two bills seek to address unconstitutional public school funding before year’s...

Running parallel to a House Bill in the works for years, Ohio state senators have introduced a similar proposal to equalize the public school...

It’ll be awhile before we know the true outcome of the...

Outstanding ballots — including some that might still be sitting in the post office — mean that it will be some time before Ohioans know how Tuesday's election actually ended up. 
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