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An African-American Ohio lawmaker says she's being treated differently than white lawmakers by the Ohio Highway Patrol troopers who handle security at the Statehouse, even when she wears her security badge and  pin marking her as a legislator.

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio Department of Commerce says medical marijuana won't be available by the September 8 deadline.

Dublin police have released more details about the crash that injured PGA Tour player Bud Cauley and three others near Murifield Village last Friday.

A former Ohio State University offensive linesman has been charged with assaulting a police officer outside of a Dublin-area bar last Friday.

Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich is pushing GOP Congressional leadership to stand up to President Trump on tariffs and immigration.

The Ohio Board of Pharmacy today is scheduled to announce where 56 medical marijuana dispensaries will be located in 28 geographic districts.

An Ashland County judge has handed down a death sentence to the man convicted of strangling two women and suspected in two more deaths. 

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Attorneys for a condemned Ohio killer are criticizing the state parole board's recommendation against clemency for their client. 

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Majority Republicans in the gridlocked Ohio House have set a vote for Wednesday to pick a new speaker despite deep uncertainty about the outcome. 

A weekend shuttle service at Hocking Hills State Park is being launched to ease parking problems at park attractions. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

A disgruntled U.S. Postal Service worker accused of fatally shooting his supervisor at the Dublin post office and killing a postmaster last December has been indicted on federal charges. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

The man charged with providing the gun used to kill two Westerville police officers formally pleaded guilty on Thursday.

A Pataskala man has been arrested for threatening to detonate bombs in multiple government buildings. 

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An Ohio Highway Patrol trooper fired after he was charged in a drug trafficking ring this year has pleaded guilty to conspiracy and witness tampering charges. 

The Ohio Ballot Board Tuesday certified a payday lending proposal as a single ballot issue.  

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Ohio House members will be called back to Columbus next week to resolve the Speakership fight one way or another.

President Trump often talks about "draining the swamp" of inside dealers in Washington.

Governor John Kasich recently signed an executive order that will ensure disabled Ohioans receive more help from advanced technology.

The Ohio History Connection says a collection of Native American earthworks is being considered for designation as a World Heritage Site. 


An experimental aircraft flown by the late astronaut and Ohio native Neil Armstrong has been rennovated and returned to the museum in his hometown. 

Columbus police say a woman was killed Saturday night in her driveway when she was knocked to the ground and run over by a pickup truck driven by her son. 

Ohio Public Radio

A Republican Ohio House member and supporter of GOP gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine wants to dismiss a complaint he filed with the Ohio Elections Commission alleging a 3 million dollar campaign loan involving DeWine's primary opponent was an illegal contribution.

Ohio State University has agreed to pay 765 thousand dollars and review its policies to settle an age discrimination lawsuit filed by two women who said they were forced to retire as instructors.

A Koch brothers group is praising the Republican U.S. Senate nominee in Ohio in new ads and mailers.

Ohio House of Representatives

 FBI agents Wednesday raided  former Republican Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger's home in Clarksville and a nearby storage unit. 

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The Ohio Attorney General's office has certified a ballot proposal to cap interest rates on payday loans and impose additional regulations. 

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The family of slain Ohio State University student Reagan Tokes is suing the state' s prisons department and the facility where her killer lived claiming they failed to adequately supervise him.

Republican Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien has recused himself from an investigation into potential criminal conduct by officials at the Electronic Classroom of tomorrow.

Franklin University is hosting a day-long event today that will test students' skills at defending against cyberattacks. 

Columbus police have identified the Franklinton man killed by SWAT officers on Sunday after he allegedly made a "threatening gesture" with a handgun during a stand-off.