A Democrat lawmaker's plan to make voter registration automatic based upon information about the Ohio electorate stored in government and secondary school databases is stalled in committee as of summer recess.
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A new study from The Ohio State University has identified a potential new way of confirming the Alzheimer's disease and predicting a patient's outlook.
House Bill 40 seeks to codify a state government expenditure database based in large part on the success of Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel's implementation of OhioCheckbook.com.
An Ohio appeals court vacated an Oregon, Ohio, man’s drunken driving conviction after concluding the arresting officer’s version of events that prompted him to pull the man over did not match the recording of the police vehicle’s dashboard camera.
Following a plea from Auditor of State Dave Yost to place a portion of the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow’s (ECOT) funding in escrow, the Ohio Department of Education recently reduced by $12.4 million the amount of student funding it will send to the virtual school.
The University of Toledo announced that its home-opening football contest vs. Elon on Aug. 31 will feature a halftime fireworks show, courtesy of area auto dealerships that are part of the Rockets' Car Coaches Program.
When we talk about the importance of a free press, what we’re really talking about is how important it is for the press to serve as a watchdog on the government. The highest responsibility of journalism is to supply the people with information about what their government is doing, so that the people can hold the government accountable, and make the best possible decisions when they vote.
When you set up your child’s 529 plan, you selected investment options in which to place your college savings. Now that some time has passed, you’ve done additional research and would like to change your 529 investment strategy. Can you do it? Yes, you can.
Former Toledo quarterback Bruce Gradkowski will return to the Glass Bowl this season, this time as a color analyst for the Rocket Football Radio Network.
A northeast Ohio lawmaker is calling on Congress and President Donald Trump's Justice Department to remove marijuana from the list of Schedule I controlled substances as the state continues implementation of its medical marijuana policy and associated enterprises.
A bill calling for individuals who are convicted of a domestic violence charge to temporarily turn over any guns in their possession to local law enforcement awaits committee assignment in the Ohio House of Representatives.
If a juvenile is convicted of committing a crime that, when charged, required the case to be transferred from the juvenile division to the general division of a common pleas court, the juvenile will be sentenced by the general division for all convictions in that case, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Two Ohio men were indicted on federal firearms charges, said Acting U.S. Attorney David A. Sierleja.
The Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities had the right to terminate an adult-services worker for failing to disclose his sealed criminal conviction on applications to renew his state registration during the 18 years he worked there, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
The Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF) is pleased to announce it has selected four honorees to be recognized at its Annual Awards Dinner, October 6, 2017, at the Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center in Lewis Center, Ohio.
The Mid-American Conference announced last week that Toledo's Oct. 7 Homecoming football game vs. Eastern Michigan will start at either 12 noon on CBS Sports Network or at 3:30 p.m. on ESPN3. The game time will be announced on Sept. 25.
Nominations are being accepted for awards honoring Ohioans who carry on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s death.
New legislation would require all entities to establish guidelines
The city of Oregon is receiving a loan from Ohio EPA to build a new sewage biosolids dewatering system that will allow the material to be sent to a landfill rather than applying it to cropland.
Three of the many provisions of a 2015 state law regulating the use of red-light and speed cameras are unconstitutional because they infringe upon municipal authority without serving an overriding state interest, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.