The legislation is aimed at reducing the state’s record-high number of fatal overdoses from heroin and painkillers.
A growing number of parents are letting kids skip mandated exams.
About 45 customers in the area are impacted by the outage.
The Hubble Space Telescope has taken amazing images during its 25 years in orbit.
City officials said Tuesday they were reviewing the Department of Justice report, which is expected to be released Wednesday.
Central Ohioans will see a new 380 area code.
Turnpike officials are urging drivers to slow down and expect sudden changing weather conditions along the turnpike.
Oil representatives said with oil and gas prices plummeting in recent months, raising taxes now would devastate Ohio’s fracking activity.
It is believed that heavy snow on the roof of the tin barn caused the roof to collapse.
Cleveland Cavaliers cruised to a 110-79 victory
The Blue Devils topped Youngstown Christian, 65-39 in the Division IV Sectionals Tuesday night.
In the U.S. spotlight for a day, the Israeli leader showed no uncertainty.
The Penguins end the season with a record of 11-21.
Clinton’s aides were quick to dispute the notion that there was anything illegal or improper about her use of a personal email account.
The plea agreement, which carries a possible sentence of up to a year in prison, represents another blow to his reputation.
He was scheduled to travel to a village and hear people describe how they are adapting to living in close proximity to wild elephants.
Jaylen Bubby West was shot during a disagreement at a birthday party over the weekend in Sharon.
Cardinal Mooney is headed to the sectional finals after getting a win over Ravenna Tuesday.
Ursuline’s Mark Hughes scored his 1,000th point of his career in a win over Grand Valley Tuesday night.
Attorney General Mike DeWine had rejected the first version filed by the group ResponsibleOhio because of problems with its summary.