A recent Facebook post by the city of Sandusky says "What better way to celebrate the value of our employees and citizens than by removing barriers for them to participate in the greatest of American innovations, our democracy.”
Uniformed officers from multiple departments helped pack a church for funeral services for Bill Brewer, a Clermont County deputy gunned down while responding last weekend to a suspected suicide attempt by a man barricaded inside an apartment
Candidates can apply in-person at Lowe’s stores nationwide from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Feb. 13. They will have the opportunity to meet hiring managers, speak with associates and some may receive on-the-spot offers.
A man accused of luring authorities with threats of killing himself and then fatally shooting a sheriff's deputy and wounding another deputy who tried to help him during a 12-hour standoff in Ohio had his bond set at $10 million Monday.
State officials say the land was bought from the Robert Perin family for about $4.1 million and was funded by the Land and Water Conservation Fund, the Wildlife Diversity Fund and the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Two Ohio teachers invite members of America's most extreme political groups into their classroom each semester. They teach students to engage respectfully with those of differing beliefs and to ask questions.
The Columbus-area Mount Carmel Health System said it fired the intensive care doctor, reported its findings to authorities and has put six pharmacists and 14 nurses on paid leave pending further review.
Police say they are searching for Joshua Rosebush, 29, who may be driving a stolen white 2013 Ford F350 Super Duty pickup truck. The vehicle has black-and-yellow pinstripes on its sides and a Michigan license plate of DB60703.
Only 0.2 percent of the 1.9 million people who took the ACT last year earned a perfect score of 36. The newspaper reports there weren't any data available to show how many SAT test takers managed a perfect score of 1,600 in 2018.
The OHSAA say more than 75 percent of all high school officials say adult behavior is the primary reason they quit, with 80 percent of all young officials hang up their whistles after just two years of becoming an official.
Sen. Randy Gardner (R., Bowling Green) confirmed to WTOL that he has been named chancellor of the Ohio Department of Higher Education by DeWine. This comes on the heels of being named Ohio Senate Majority Leader.
Officials from a small, public university in Ohio argue a federal court should dismiss a lawsuit by a professor who was rebuked for not addressing a transgender student using the student's preferred gender terms.