ArcelorMittal agrees to pay $5 million to settle claims it polluted air in Cleveland, Indiana

ArcelorMittal agrees to pay $5 million to settle claims it polluted air in Cleveland, Indiana

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The company that owns a sprawling steel mill near downtown Cleveland has agreed to pay nearly $5 million to settle claims that...

April 2nd, 2020 |  


State asks federal judge to dismiss lawsuit challenging ‘new’ Ohio Primary

State asks federal judge to dismiss lawsuit challenging ‘new’ Ohio Primary

The state of Ohio asked a federal judge Thursday to dismiss a lawsuit voter advocates filed this week over a new primary-election plan state lawmakers...

April 2nd, 2020 |  


Inmate at federal prison in Ohio dies after experiencing coronavirus symptoms

Inmate at federal prison in Ohio dies after experiencing coronavirus symptoms

CLEVELAND, Ohio — An inmate at a federal prison in Ohio died Thursday after experiencing symptoms associated with the coronavirus, officials sai...

April 2nd, 2020 |  



Federal judge denies Ohio’s request to halt ruling permitting some surgical abortions

Federal judge denies Ohio’s request to halt ruling permitting some surgical abortions

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A federal judge said Thursday that he would not halt an order that barred Ohio officials from using coronavirus-related restri...

April 2nd, 2020 |  


iHeartMedia avoids permanent layoffs, furloughs ‘small’ number of employees

iHeartMedia avoids permanent layoffs, furloughs ‘small’ number of employees

CLEVELAND, Ohio — iHeartMedia is furloughing an unspecified number of employees as the largest radio company in the U.S. deals with the effects ...

March 31st, 2020 updated: April 1st, 2020. |  


Portman seeks tariff exemption for Purell

Portman seeks tariff exemption for Purell

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. Rob Portman on Tuesday said he’s working to lift tariffs implemented by the Trump administration on several Chinese-made...

March 31st, 2020 updated: April 1st, 2020. |  


Ohio Supreme Court to hear cases remotely during coronavirus threat

Ohio Supreme Court to hear cases remotely during coronavirus threat

COLUMBUS, Ohio—The seven justices on the Ohio Supreme Court are still joining in opinions during the coronavirus crisis – but now, they...

March 31st, 2020 updated: April 1st, 2020. |  


State parks’ blooming flowers beautiful respite

State parks’ blooming flowers beautiful respite

Although most people are sheltering in place during the current health emergency, Ohioans are fortunate to have dozens of parks and nature preserves t...

March 29th, 2020 |  


Severe weather spawns ‘100-year flood’ in Cleveland

Severe weather spawns ‘100-year flood’ in Cleveland

CLEVELAND (AP) — Authorities say severe weather in Ohio has spawned what forecasters are calling a “100-year flood” in Cleveland and...

March 29th, 2020 |  


Inside shuttered West Virginia hospital is ‘pot of gold’

Inside shuttered West Virginia hospital is ‘pot of gold’

WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia emergency officials found more than a dozen ventilators and other important equipment in the shuttered Ohio...

March 28th, 2020 |