The Ohio Court of Claims has ruled a Cleveland man will receive just over 1 million dollars from the state for wrongfully imprisoning him for 39 years.
The State Controlling Board has approved an Ohio Lottery plan to spend 22.5 million dollars on 12 hundred new electronic raffle machines for veterans' posts and fraternal organizations.
The State Controlling Board has approved expanding Medicaid to cover thousands more low-income Ohioans.
An expansion of Medicaid in Ohio could hinge on approval from a little known, but powerful state panel.
Ohio Lottery officials are asking the State Controlling Board to renew the contract with the company hired to operate the lottery, despite a decline in sales this year.
The continuing questions surrounding transparency at Governor John Kasich's job-creating entity JobsOhio came up again in a routine meeting Monday that ended with a statement that shocked many observers.
Thousands of Ohio college students are soon going to get paid internships or co-op jobs, thanks to a new infusion of government money.