Demonstrators at the RNC in Cleveland can’t have lasers, squirt guns or sledgehammers, but they can have firearms.
The U.S. surgeon general says more facilities are needed to help opioid addicts overcome a disease that has already killed many Ohioans.
Isaiah Crowell posted the video Wednesday following outrage over his Instagram post showing a police officer getting his throat slashed.
Thirteen people escaped the fire, with some jumping from second floor windows to get away.
The measure also specifies that an intellectual disability is a form of developmental disability.
A small-city Ohio mayor who’s also a veteran standup comedian has been indicted on four felony counts including election falsification.
Brooks was being held on charges including receiving stolen property, and having weapons while under disability.
The president replaces Scott Scarborough, who stepped down in May after requests for new leadership.
Media reports show demonstrators chanting “black lives matter,” walking in a lane of traffic downtown.
Police say the teen was stabbed in the back and shoulder and a 25-year-old woman cut her hand.
Speakers denounced police violence against blacks to rounds of applause and chants of “Black Lives Matter!”
Ohio stores are included in the recall.
Ohio’s gas prices continued to fall heading into the workweek.
Police are warning residents after an alarming number of suspected opiate overdoses were reported in east Columbus on Sunday.
Close to $500,000 in federal funding is headed to Ohio to help combat the Zika virus.
Police say three people were killed in a Cleveland crash after a speeding driver lost control of his car and hit a tree.
The program includes individual counseling sessions, work with medical professionals and sober housing.
Admission for the display will be $15 for adults and $10 for children. Discounted tickets will be available for those who buy in advance.
The settlements were announced Friday in separate lawsuits against Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati.
A spokesman for the state’s attorney general says the merits of the issue will ultimately be decided by the Ohio Supreme Court.