Nine central Ohio residents are accused of stealing from the state's unemployment fund.
Two Republican State Senators want the state to take advantage of a federal program that they say would help employ more Ohioans.
Ohio's unemployment rate for February was 7 percent, unchanged from January.
The Labor Department says Ohio is one of 25 states that saw their unemployment rates increase in January from December.
A new state report says the Columbus economy is the strongest in Ohio.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services has issued the first of what promises to be a series of quarterly reports on the growth of fracking.
State officials say 67 of Ohio's 88 counties had higher unemployment rates in December.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is merging 13 offices, including some in Central Ohio, in order to save 2-million dollars a year.
Ohio is prepared to move forward with certain Medicaid contracts after an appellate court ruled in the state's favor in a lawsuit that had blocked officials from signing the agreements.
For the second straight year, Ohio Governor John Kasich has authorized an additional 1-million dollar appropriation for the Ohio Association of Foodbanks to meet a growing demand.
869-thousand Ohio households currently receive food stamps, but some are about to see their allotments cut.
Ohio is getting a federal grant of up to 21.4 million dollars to create temporary jobs to help with cleanup and recovery from severe storms that hit the state in late June and early July.