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Ohio does not have to recognize same-sex unions made in other states.

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A policy change which would eliminate the requirement for school districts to provide a specific number of art, music and physical education instructors for every 1,000 students took another step forward this past week.

A downtown property owner has filed a lawsuit against the city of Athens, claiming his property was damaged by a city repair project that involved excavating beside his building.

Two more Athens residents have said they will run for an at-large Athens City Council seat in the May primary election.

As losing or retiring members of the Senate prepare to leave their offices on Capitol Hill in January, chances are their next gig will keep them in the capital and close to Congress.

PRESS RELEASE: Late in November, representatives of citizen groups from West Virginia and Ohio gathered in Huntington, W.Va., to discuss the growing threats to the Ohio River Basin, which provides drinking water for five million people.

Chrysler is bowing to demands from U.S. safety regulators and will add about 179,000 vehicles to a recall for air bags that could explode with too much force.

This week, the Columbus 2016 host committee launched a grassroots online campaign urging supporters to call upon the DNC decision makers and influencers to choose Columbus for the 2016 Democratic Convention.

A bipartisan agreement to overhaul the way Ohio draws its legislative districts is poised for a vote in the state Senate after late-night negotiations carried into Friday morning.

The Rolling Hills Generating Station in Wilkesville continues to plan for a near-$1 billion expansion, hoping to turn the “on-demand” plant into a full-time station.

Funding for the decontamination and decommissioning (D&D) project at the former Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant at Piketon has been included in the draft 2015 fiscal year omnibus legislation issued by the U.S. Congress, it was announced on Wednesday.