The governor said he believes departments will comply but he’s willing to pressure agencies personally if they don’t.
The House voted 87-7 on the proposal, which allows cities of a certain size to create areas exempted from Ohio’s open-container law.
The Republican-dominated House adjusted the ever-debated formula after pushback from education officials, teachers and families.
A U.S. District Court judge in Cincinnati found Michael Hoyt competent based on a report from a federal medical center in Massachusetts.
Injection wells pump wastewater from oil-and-gas drilling deep inside the earth. Some such wells in Ohio have been linked to earthquakes.
The House plan would provide $213 million specifically for cleanup in Piketon.
The lawyer for one of the inmates said midazolam has been a “spectacular failure.”
The patrol reports that Warren County’s coroner says 51-year-old Ronald Hoeffler Jr., of Lebanon, died at the scene.
The suspect was shot by law enforcement officers. Officials didn’t immediately comment on his condition.
The athletes from East Technical High School were arrested after an 18-year-old woman reported the alleged sexual assault.
Protesters interrupted the Beavercreek City Council meeting Monday chanting a very direct message.
A female pedestrian was killed at the scene. A male pedestrian died from his injuries about two weeks later.
Authorities will not file charges against an Ohio policewoman who fatally shot her ex-boyfriend inside her home last month.
The dead infant was found last Wednesday night outside a university-owned house at the 3,000-student Muskingum University.
A 55-year-old woman died, and officials have confirmed 20 other botulism cases, along with 10 suspected cases.
The prosecutor’s sound experts said they found three other gunshots distinct from Brelo’s when reviewing the dash-cam recording.
Thousands have died as a result of an earthquake in Nepal, which happened Saturday.
A Warren native and her wife plan to head to Washington, D.C. for oral arguments before the Supreme Court.
Lawyers for Patrolman Michael Brelo filed a motion to dismiss the case last week.
A group claiming to be affiliated with Islamic state extremists has hacked the website of a developer group in downtown Cincinnati.