Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has said he won't debate Democratic challenger David Pepper at the City Club of Cleveland. But the pair did spar over the issues for nearly two hours in an endorsement interview with the Plain Dealer's editorial board.
A new long-term analysis of the economy of Ohio and two of its neighbors shows jobs in health and education outpaced other sectors. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports on the latest findings from a federal analysis.
Gun rights advocates asked Cleveland’s City Council to reject new restrictions proposed by Mayor Frank Jackson. ideastream’s Joanna Richards reports.
Clevelanders will soon have more ways to escape to Vegas or Florida in the winter and do so at bargain prices, especially if you’re traveling light. ideastream’s Joanna Richards reports.
A grand jury in Greene County has found that the actions of officers involved in the Beavercreek Walmart Shooting were justified. In response, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced it will investigate. From member station WYSO in Yellow Springs, Jerry Kenney has more.
A federal appeals court has ruled against the state in an argument over early voting. As Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports, this means Ohioans can start early voting Tuesday.
Among the five executive officeholders who will be elected this fall is the one who actually presides over the vote, and in this key swing state, the winner will likely get lots of attention heading into the next presidential election. In the second in a series of conversations with the candidates, Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler sat down with the two major party candidates running for secretary of state. Watch the full conversation here.
While the governor's race is getting most of the attention in this election year, there are other statewide offices that will be on the ballot. In a series of "conversations with the candidates", Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler sat down with the two major party candidates running for attorney general. Watch the full conversation here.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at 10:15 AM
During a four-day tour around Ohio, some of the Democrats running for the five statewide positions on this fall's ballot stopped in Columbus in hopes of reaching younger voters with a campaign relying more on energy than money. As Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports, the nominees didn't shy away from criticizing Republicans for the absence of debates this year.
Richmond Heights voters have ousted Mayor Miesha Headen, in a recall election that wrapped up last night. After the votes were tallied, 57.5 percent supported removing her, with 42.5 percent against. ideastream’s Nick Castele reports.
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