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The City of Columbus has won  a 50 million dollar grant to integrate innovative transportation technologies, including self-driving cars and smart sensors.

Brown Wants More Federal Analysis Of Ohio Charter Program

Jun 20, 2016

Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is calling on federal regulators to examine how Ohio charter schools that received money through a charter-school grant program size up against their counterparts in other states.

Ohio's two U.S. senators are pushing for more American aid to bolster the Ukrainian military.

Portman, Brown, Boehner Weigh In On POTUS' ISIS Strategy

Sep 12, 2014

Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says President Obama's plan for action against Islamic State militants has been "overdue," and he wants to see the follow-through for an aggressive, long-term effort.

Foreclosure activity in Ohio fell in February by 6 percent as compared with the previous month.

Congress will decide whether to approve President Obama's request to use military force in Syria when it returns to session next week .

Brown Backing Currency Protection Bill

Jun 7, 2013

Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is co-sponsoring legislation designed to to better protect businesses from foreign currency manipulation.

Crackdown On Cell Phone Theft Introduced

May 30, 2013

With reports of thefts of smartphones circulating online, Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is proposing a bill to make it a felony to resell stolen cell phones.

Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is co-sponsoring bi-partisan legislation calling for the end of federal subsidies for big banks.

Senators Want POTUS To Talk Jobs and Business Tonight

Feb 12, 2013

Ohio's two U.S. Senators are speaking about what they hope to hear in President Obama's State of the Union address tonight.

Ohio’s two U.S. Senators are indicating their support of certain gun restrictions.

Republican U.S Senate Candidate Josh Mandel has released a 10 point plan that would be an alternative to the federal health care law.

The second debate in the U.S. Senate race last night in Columbus was heated.

Republican State Treasurer and U.S Senate candidate Josh Mandel says changes are needed in Washington to push action on the budget deficit and national debt.

Mandel promises to limit term

Sep 25, 2012

Republican Josh Mandel says he would limit himself to two terms in office if elected as a U.S. Senator.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is criticizing Democratic U.S. Senate incumbents in Ohio and Montana in a new round of tv ads designed to help Republicans gain control of the chamber.

Republicans have been very effective in tying the slow economy to president Obama.  But in Ohio the recovery is more noticeable than in most states.  At the Democratic National Convention, U.S. Senator Sherrod brown is trying to spread that message.  for Ohio Public Radio, WKSU's Mark Urycki reports from Charlotte.

Some Ohio veterans are speaking out against fellow vet and current Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel.

U-S Senator Sherrod Brown got an endorsement last week that he hopes will help him defeat Republican challenger Josh Mandel this fall. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports.

Ohio's largest police union has thrown its support behind democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown in the state's closely watched campaign for U.S. Senate. It marks the first time in 24 years the fraternal order of police has endorsed a democrat for senate. In a statement, president Jay McDonald cited Brown's opposition to the governor's collective bargaining overhaul as a key factor in its endorsement. The FOP chose brown over republican opponent and state treasurer Josh Mandel. The race continues to draw attention in and outside of The Buckeye State. And as Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports, it's already setting records.