The proposal sought to require certain adults in Medicaid to pay into a health-savings account to cover medical expenses.
The Ohio Turnpike Commission is exploring some big changes in how motorists travel through tolling stations.
Donald Trump is now ahead of Hillary Clinton in Ohio according to a Quinnipiac University Poll.
Carfentanil, a sedative used on large animals, was found in two of the 52 people who fatally overdosed in August.
Cincinnati police say bomb sniffing dogs swept the zoo, and found no credible threats.
Local officials credit Hamilton County for efforts to offer immunity to those who turn over drugs to law enforcement.
Sen. Joe Schiavoni says the purpose of the legislation is to protect victims from the behavior, and hold perpetrators accountable.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is scheduled to return to Ohio for the second time in a week.
Ohio has yet to outline how exactly its new medical marijuana law will work even as it is set to take effect Thursday.
The 57-year-old has been indicted on aggravated murder, kidnapping, tampering with evidence and abuse of a corpse charges.
Workers were attacked as they conducted a nighttime check of two wings of the facility.
Authorities have said nearly 300 overdoses have been reported in the Cincinnati area since Aug. 19.
Task force members found 92 kilogram-size bricks of cocaine inside a hidden compartment beneath the tractor-trailer.
Kaine has a public event planned in Southwest Ohio on Monday.
A filing by DeWine’s office said the reports contain information known only to investigators and the killers.
Businesses have been paying higher unemployment taxes to help pay off the debt.
A self-described Ohio psychic is accused of stealing more than $1.5 million in cash, jewelry, gift cards and cars from several clients.
Investigators say 73 people, including 35 juveniles, were taken into custody and charged with underage consumption of alcohol.
The victims told the court that 31-year-old Jason Kozan also threw produce and canned food at their home.
In total, 730 drivers were arrested for OVI and 4,846 people received safety belt citations throughout the state.