The quiz is legit, part of an effort by the state to thwart … scams.
Three of the proposed grow sites are in northeast Ohio.
Officials say the disease hasn’t been detected in Ohio’s wild deer herd.
The EEOC wants to find other applicants who believe the chain discriminated against them.
The audit says Ohio charges less for permits than surrounding states.
A 70-vehicle procession followed a 12-mile route through the city to a church for a funeral Mass for the mayor of Toledo.
The conference will be in Philadelphia instead.
David Oliver was popular on social media due to his Facebook page.
Sales exceeded the previous year’s total by about $50 million.
Browns general manager Ray Farmer may still be in trouble with the NFL. However, his boss has his back.
A winter storm dumped at least a foot of snow in parts of northern Ohio last week.
The governor’s $72.3 billion two-year spending blueprint would continue to fund the Medicaid expansion.
One of the escapees was TJ Lane, who shot and killed three high school students in Chardon in 2012.
Legislators congratulated the team and praised the players’ athleticism.
The trouble began when the district transferred her from its high school to a middle school in 2009.
The new movie is based on the best-selling erotic novel that includes bondage, dominance and sadomasochism.
The Cuyahoga County medical examiner found that Zuri had injuries to her head, neck, body, arms and legs.
The 35-year-old father of four from Augusta, Kentucky, died Jan. 19 during demolition work.
The coffee mug was thrown during an argument between his parents.
Police said the baby died during surgery the following morning after being severely beaten.