Thursday, December 26, 2013 at 6:53 PM
Ohioans who have been unemployed for more than half a year will be seeing an end to weekly federal unemployment checks.
The city’s mayor wants to use this remote-controlled flying camera to study how water flows from the city's water pipes into the lake.
Despite a recent scandal resulting in the abrupt departure of its Executive Director, the Cleveland Museum of Art is on an upward trajectory
A national study finds girls, especially white girls, entering puberty earlier. Obesity is to blame, study finds.
Christmas day the church expects 700 people for breakfast and 500 for lunch -- a jump above a normal day serving food in Cleveland.
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 9:09 PM
The second full year of operation for the state’s public-private economic development organization was nearly as rocky as its first one.
This year the Statehouse saw an aggressive battle between Ohio’s top utilities and advocates in the debate over the state’s energy policies.
Monday, December 23, 2013 at 6:16 PM
The judge ruled that denying the plaintiffs this because they were in same-sex marriages would violate their right to equal protection.
Resarch finds more people die of heart problems and other natural causes on the two big holidays each year than any other days. But why?
The former New York Times reporter talks about his research and experience with America's struggling working class.
There weren’t a lot of attention-getting cases before the Ohio Supreme Court in 2013. But the ones that did make the news were big.
An unemployed Cleveland elder contends with a tight budget and sporadic work, while also caring for her mother.
Now that the Ohio Supreme Court has made a decision on Medicaid expansion, it appears it’s here to stay -- at least for now.
Healthcare.gov has gotten much easier to use -- but Ohio’s still far short of its enrollment goals.
There's been a notable uptick in U.S. steel shipments recently, as well as steady steel production that includes the Great Lakes region.
Friday, December 20, 2013 at 7:11 PM
Another sentence has been handed down in the federal prosecution of former Cuyahoga County officials.
Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow talked to the nation’s top health policy official about the deadline to enroll for health coverage.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled a state legislative panel had legal authority to allow money to come in to expand federal funds.
Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 7:33 PM
The city's school district ranked second-to-last in every category.
The bill's chances of being taken up for a vote sank under the weight of amendments -- some that had nothing to do with energy.