Since 1988 when frontloading a significant number of states on a single day became popularized in the GOP primary, it has been decisive in determining the nominee.
- LeBron James becomes first NBA player to score 40,000 points
- Harris to meet Israeli minister Benny Gantz to discuss temporary Gaza cease-fire
- U.S. begins airdropping food in Gaza, but it's a less-than-ideal means of aid delivery
- Ohioans have new option to verify identity for unemployment claims
- CVS and Walgreens to start dispensing abortion pill in states where it's legal
The system will alert drivers to slowing or stopped traffic and give them more time to react to the changing traffic conditions.
93% of people in Ohio’s six state psychiatric hospitals are there because they committed crimes, and need to be restored to mental competency so they can stand trial. Gov. Mike DeWine wants a group to look at this problem.
In the five years since her passing, Audra Skuodas' work has found new life. Her children partnered with a Cleveland gallery to get her work in front of new audiences.
Attorney General Dave Yost told Ohio’s public university leaders on a call in January that he sees race as unconstitutional criteria for scholarship awards.
Former Ohio Tax Commissioner Tom Zaino testified before a special panel that's been looking into property tax policy.
Parts of the region, including Cuyahoga and Summit Counties have been losing tree canopy at a rapid rate. But there are efforts underway to reverse that trend.
The annual summit, going on 10 years, supplements Cleveland public schools sex education and introduces high school students to reproductive health resources.
People with food allergies can now use Xolair to reduce their risk of severe reaction during accidental exposures.
The court could have moved faster. It has historically done that in other big cases with political ramification.
On Feb. 26, the first and only full-time jazz channel serving Northeast Ohio - JazzNEO - will launch.