The White House has come out with a sweeping strategy to scale back on climate change. The so-called Clean Power Plan requires every state to play a role in cutting carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow takes a look at how the plan affects Ohio which gets about 70% of its electricity from coal.
A state government panel has approved $2.7 million for an online checkbook website that tracks public spending. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports the treasurer’s office says this money will allow it to put the finances of local governments online.
The attorney for the white and now former University of Cincinnati police officer who shot and killed an African-American motorist during a traffic stop earlier this month says he was shocked his client was charged with murder yesterday.
Former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing will be arraigned in Hamilton County Court this morning on murder charges and the county prosecutor says he is so angry he wants to prosecute the case himself. Alison Holm reports.
Relatives of a man killed in a shooting by Montgomery County Sheriff's deputies responding to a crash are questioning why officers didn't turn on their vehicle's overhead lights and thereby prompt a dash camera to start recording.