As 2013 winds down, we revisit some of the stories that made headlines across Northeast Ohio through photos.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 6:04 PM
Many consider social media to be an innovative tool for schools.
Regional economist Ned Hill talks with ideastream's Brian Bull on companies and industries that floated - and sank - this year.
Ohio lawmakers passed several controversial abortion bills in 2013.
State lawmakers introduced numerous measures this year that would change Ohio election rules. But few of them were actually passed into law.
Batchelder is currently the co-chair of a bipartisan commission that seeks to revise the state’s constitution.
The state was passed over in a joint bid with Indiana to become one of six commercial drone testing ranges around the country.
A look back at obesity in 2013 and the themes that have emerged for the coming year.
Acevedo pleaded guilty in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas court to murdering two women in the 1990s and sexually assaulting children.
Monday, December 30, 2013 at 7:01 PM
Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune says he’s moving forward with plans to run for Ohio governor.
Top officials of the Cleveland Browns defended their decision to fire head coach Rob Chudzinski after just one season on the job.
Monday, December 30, 2013 at 5:55 PM
Dog breeders around the state must comply with a new set of state laws, including a mandatory license at the beginning of the year.
Monday, December 30, 2013 at 5:53 PM
The state’s minimum wage will go up ten cents from $7.85 an hour to $7.95 an hour.
By late 2014, the area will see up to six craft breweries, which backers say will boost commerce and tourism.
Westbrook sat down to talk about some of the big-picture challenges facing Northeast Ohio -- like population loss and the housing crisis.
Perhaps the biggest bill passed this year -- the $62 billion budget -- had some controversial measures attached to it.
While the General Assembly passed major budget legislation this year, it also spent hours on bills that, in the end, were left on the table.