The director of the Montgomery County Board of Elections is stepping down.
Ohio drivers required to show proof of insurance could provide that information using smartphones under a proposed change in state law.
Ohio's Department of Insurance released preliminary details Thursday of the health plans seeking state approval to operate in the online marketplace created by
Organizers seeking to overturn the state's ban on same-sex marriage say they're aiming to put the issue before voters in 2014.
Tea party activists have gathered near Cincinnati for a forum about the Internal Revenue Service after disclosures that agency employees singled out
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has made two bills law.
Ohio Senate President Keith Faber says newly proposed right-to-work legislation isn't part of his agenda and lacks support in the General Assembly.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich's plan for expanding Medicaid under the new federal health care law might not be dead, but it's certain to end up with a different look.
The world's largest brewer is trying to stop Ohio from enacting a measure that would prohibit brewers from buying wholesale beer distributors.
The top Democratic official in Cuyahoga County has officially entered the campaign to challenge Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich in next year's election.
The Ohio House has removed a pro-abstinence sex education provision that was added to the state budget.
With House passage of Ohio's latest state budget Thursday, the crafting of a final spending blueprint for the two years beginning July 1 is about halfway
Cincinnati attorney David Pepper says he plans to challenge Republican Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine in 2014.
The GOP-led House is said to support Kasich's goal of reducing the statewide income tax rate, but many Republican lawmakers don't like how the governor raises
Tom Zawistowski, a businessman, tea party and liberty group leader from Portage County, announced his bid Tuesday to succeed Chairman Bob Bennett.
Six Miami Valley companies will receive state assistance to create more than 350 new jobs, governor John R. Kasich announced Monday.