COLUMBUS — The feud between the city of Toledo and Lucas County over who should pay the tab for prisoners arrested on state charges within the city continued Thursday in a court more than 130 miles away. In a nearly 90-minute hearing in
COLUMBUS — The feud between the city of Toledo and Lucas County over who should pay the tab for prisoners arrested for state crimes within the city made its way today into a court more than 130 miles away. The county urged a three-judge panel
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a revised $7.8 billion, two-year transportation and public safety budget, but not before stripping out some proposed fee increases and a truck-registration pilot program in Lucas
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Senate today unanimously approved a revised $7.8 billion, two-year transportation and public safety budget, but not before stripping out some proposed fee increases and a truck registration pilot program in Lucas County.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — Should Ohioans have the exclusive right to get in on the ground floor of the state’s newly legal industry of growing marijuana for medical use? Would many of those same would-be Ohio entrepreneurs be locked out of
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — “Can you believe we're talking about pot? At a public hearing? It's legal.” Columbus attorney David Cox made the comment today at a public hearing in which those interested in getting into the business of
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Senate unanimously approved a bill requiring the state to develop rules for the alternative disposal of sediment dredged from Lake Erie. Senate Bill 2, sponsored by state Sen. Cliff Hite (R., Findlay), was requested by Gov.
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to consider the state’s appeal of last year’s decision blocking it from shuttering Toledo’s last abortion clinic because it lacks an emergency transfer agreement with a
COLUMBUS —The fight over the operating license of Toledo’s last abortion clinic is headed to the state’s highest court. By a vote of 5-2, the Ohio Supreme Court today agreed to hear the state’s appeal of last year’s
COLUMBUS — Sheila Vaculik said Tuesday she doesn’t know whether her daughter, Sierah Joughin, would be alive today if her family had known someone with a violent criminal past lived nearby. But she argued before the Ohio Senate