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The scene in the Rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse Tuesday morning looked like it could have been transplanted straight from the wedding of two large... [Read More]
The scene in the Rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse Tuesday morning looked like it could have been transplanted straight from the wedding of two large... [Read More]
For weeks, those in political circles have marveled at DeWine's choices for his cabinet. [Read More]
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The annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service is a "Day ON, Not a Day Off" for many people. [Read More]
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Back in 1999, the Ohio General Assembly enacted Senate Bill 3, which deregulated power plants creating a competitive market. [Read More]
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Ohio's youngest and brightest have created everything from a device that helps you lift a mattress to a life-saving app alert. [Read More]
Big problems or small, these kids are seeking solutions that do everything from making lives a little easier to saving them all together. [Read More]
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State Representative Fred Strahorn is stepping down from his leadership role and shared some of the concerns he has. [Read More]
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A change in leadership on the Republican side of the aisle in the Ohio House of Representatives has resulted in a change with the Democrats... [Read More]
Gov. Kasich announced he will vote no on Issue 1, saying it "has too many unintended consequences." [Read More]
Issue 1 was designed to reduce the State's prison population by eliminating low-level drug offenses from those being incarcerated. [Read More]
This November, voters get to decide if they think crimes of drug possession and use should be nothing more than a misdemeanor in Ohio. [Read More]
Ohio Governor John Kasich stressed that communication is vital at every level in the effort to keep drugs off our streets. [Read More]
Law enforcement officers from more than a dozen states were in Columbus this week for the Midwest Shield Conference. [Read More]
Self-driving shuttles will begin driving around the city next week when a Michigan-based start-up will begin testing the vehicles on downtown streets. [Read More]
We are inching closer and closer to a world where drivers are no longer needed. [Read More]
The drivers have serious concerns over the safety of the public without a driver present. [Read More]
A total of 40 fire departments are splitting the nearly half a million dollar grant to buy gear, exhaust systems and machines to clean the... [Read More]
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