COLUMBUS — A bill designed to remove some patients and their doctors from health coverage limbo when it comes to preauthorization of medical treatments was signed into law Monday by Gov. John Kasich. Senate Bill 129, sponsored by Sens. Randy
DETROIT — The federal government says the state of Michigan is violating the rights of female guards by restricting transfers and insisting that males can’t fill certain jobs at a prison for women. The lawsuit filed Monday in Detroit
MASON, Ohio — A man accused of shooting his father and an Ohio sheriff’s deputy remains in jail with his bond set at $2 million. A magistrate on Monday kept the bond for 19-year-old Mohammed Abdou Laghaoui at the same amount set after
CLEVELAND — A funeral Mass for former U.S. senator, Ohio governor and Cleveland mayor George Voinovich will be held later this week. The funeral home handling arrangements for the Voinovich family confirmed times and locations for calling
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CLEVELAND — Former U.S. senator and two-time Ohio Gov. George Voinovich has died at home in Cleveland. He was 79. His wife, Janet, says Mr. Voinovich died peacefully in his sleep early today. The Republican had delivered public remarks Friday
CLEVELAND — Ohio’s largest county is asking the federal government to waive rules that would make more publicly funded beds available for long-term drug treatment as it battles a growing epidemic of heroin and fentanyl abuse that has