CLEVELAND — Two and a half years into the greatest pandemic most of us have ever known, life has mostly returned to normal. At this point, if you haven’t gotten COVID-19 at least once, you’re in the minority.
DAYTON — Police today continue to investigate the shooting of four people in a Butler Twp. neighborhood on Friday as they look for the man named a person of interest in the case.
With the singing of the National Anthem, flying acts began shortly after noon Saturday at the CenterPoint Energy Dayton Air Show.
One deputy was killed and another injured while responding to a call about a person shot, Ohio officials said. The call escalated into a standoff that ended when the residence burned down.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A man pleaded not guilty on Monday in Ohio to charges of raping a 10-year-old girl who traveled to Indiana for an abortion last month, which became a flashpoint in the national debate over access to the procedure.
School and workplace protections for transgender people exist at the federal level but are under challenge by many states, including Ohio.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, has indicated he would support a bill to codify and protect marriage for same sex couples.
DAYTON — Small business owners are feeling the squeeze and remain less encouraged about the economy than they have been in decades, according to a recent survey.
CLEVELAND – While some voters around the state will select their preferred candidates for the special Aug. 2 election for state House and Senate, other lower profile elections will be at the bottom of the ballot.
CLEVELAND – “We’ve been trying to reach you concerning your car’s extended warranty.”