COLUMBUS — Ohio is making plans to restructure its vast stores of government data so they can be mined for possible solutions to the state’s most complex problems, an initiative experts say would be among the most sweeping of its kind by
4-year-old was sitting in the backseat of a car while his grandmother and her boyfriend sat slumped after overdosing
Death row inmate is seeking DNA testing on a cigarette butt found near the scene of the 1990 double murder
$264 million “tax incentive” comes at time state facing revenue shortfall.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine cautions citizens.
Gaber, Mazey have no plans to recommend allowing concealed-carry.
'We don’t have the time to give out more tax credits. We can’t do that,' governor says.
Argue agency not making optimal effort under Clean Water Act to save lake from toxic algae.
Former emergency managers and two city employees charged by state attorney general.
Court didn’t address whether police bodycam video is a public record.