Automotive News first reported the decision.
The state attorneys responded Tuesday in a filing to the Ohio Supreme Court.
Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio and Women’s Med Group, which operate clinics in Cincinnati and Dayton, respectively, sued in U.S. Distr…
If you’re one of those people who hates missing the end of breakfast hours at McDonald’s, hang on just a little longer.
He spoke at a Lansing, Michigan Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.
Senator Sherrod Brown will be in Miamisburg Wednesday calling for stronger safety standards for rail cars.
If you show up to Urban Meyer’s classroom, you’d better not be wearing any blue.
Alaska’s governor and congressional delegation have praised the long-sought change, which was announced Sunday.
John Kasich is attending the Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security Forum at Lawrence Technological University.
The U.S. Treasury Department recently announced the State Small Business Credit Initiative funding to help small businesses access capital f…
An Ohio University student is suing a sorority at the Athens school for an injury she suffered at the chapter house in 2014.
He calls it an “iconic American brand” that has been profitable, but has much growth potential.
An Ohio law enforcement board has established the state’s first standards for use of deadly force by police.
Residents say they want the toxic waste gone, so the aquifer they drink from won’t ever be contaminated.
The amusement park is offering free admission to them Saturday, August 29 and Sunday, August 30.
The organization says the title and language for their amendment were crafted by the Secretary of State’s Office to purposely mislead voters…
The annual contest to find the 2015 Best Looking Cruiser is underway and you can vote for which cruiser you think should win.