More than 6,000 children in the Mahoning Valley rely on the federally-funded Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
The testing company that created new standardized tests says it’s fielded thousands of questions from Ohio school districts.
The latest in a series of meetings around the state will take place Monday at Ohio State University.
A young woman held captive and tortured for more than a decade in a Cleveland home says she is conquering fears these days.
A federal judge will hear arguments on the government’s request that she restrict phone access for a man accused of plotting to attack the U…
Fire crews worked Sunday morning to control flames at a Mexican restaurant in Austintown.
Officials cite the weather as the reason for higher overtime costs in 2014.
Lawmakers would have to approve any name change because public university titles are established by Ohio statute.
Detours will be posted.
Union leaders say they’re worried because Wrangler is one of the company’s best-selling vehicles.
John Barnes Jr. wants to limit people tethering their animals to six hours a day.
ResponsibleOhio foresees getting the amendment before voters this year or next.
The Ohio River was nearly a foot above flood stage of 52 feet by midday Friday and expected to crest around 56 feet.
Last week the Ohio Department of Health reported 135 flu-related hospitalizations.
Legislation in Ohio would prohibit the production, sale and public display of lookalike guns.
A tractor-trailer caught fire on the turnpike near the Streetsboro exit in Portage County just after 3 a.m. Friday.
For the past two years, someone has been vandalizing cars by defecating on them.
Authorities say a mother and her 3-year-old son have died after being pulled from an icy pond in western Ohio.
Those responsible for the spills could face fines or be forced to pay the cleanup costs.
The secretary of state found no evidence suggesting that non-citizens’ votes affected the outcomes of recent contests.