Florida Gov. Rick Scott recently signed a substantive gun control bill. The White House has elected to move a little more cautiously.
The world cannot expect all of the issues, maybe none of the issues, to be resolved in a first meeting between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump.
Closing the Main Library for a year caught the public by surprise. Now, the library must find ways to offer its most important services.
Solving the gun-violence problem is going to take more than parachuting into Columbus and dropping off a package of bills.
February’s job report is wind in the nation’s sails.
A policy ensuring open expression, debate, and discussion on campus should be a no-brainer for BGSU and UT.
Domestic violence awareness activist Paula Walters is campaigning to make nonfatal strangulation a felony. Ohio is one of 13 states without such a law.
A new plan to reconfigure the city government departments that deal with human relations and youth activities is very welcome.
Calling an August special election will serve Toledo well for the upcoming regional water authority vote.
Children, teenagers, and families enjoying basketball in the park are not undesirable.