The survivor of a murder victim who witnessed the killer’s execution now says he has second thoughts about capital punishment in Ohio.
A new bill in the Ohio legislature would hide from the public information about pharmacists, doctors, drug companies and drug ingredients.
After several years of multiple executions, one was carried out in Ohio this year.
A federal judge has extended a months-long moratorium on executions in Ohio as debate over the state's new two-drug combination continues.
Defense attorneys and prosecutors are asking the Ohio Parole Board to commute the death sentence of a Cleveland man convicted of a 1983 murder.
Four prosecutors on a task force that reviewed the death penalty in Ohio have released a report objecting to some of the recommendations the task force put out two weeks ago.
A report by an anti-death penalty group criticizes the selectiveness of Ohio's capital punishment law, saying death sentences owe as much to an individual prosecutor's philosophy as the nature of the crime.
There’s a proposal that would allow the state to sentence rapists to death without a murder charge.