The House and Senate both approved a compromise Monday — and Trump later signed the bill — to extend government spending until Feb. 8, clearing the way for government offices to reopen Tuesday.
Here is the list of the Huron County bridges in need of repair.
Last-gasp Senate vote fails; Republicans divided over immigration, border security.
“Until Congress acts, we will not fully know the ramifications.”
Trump: “It could happen. We’ll see what happens. It’s up to the Democrats.”
Two bills would reduce the number of education hours needed for various cosmetology-related licenses.
Thousands of marijuana businesses at risk now that Obama-era federal policy providing legal shelter has ended.
Program part of $1 million statewide grant designed to lessen the strain placed on children’s service agencies in Ohio.
Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is expanding resources to support customer access to full reinstatement services in all 88 counties.
Last night, the Republican-controlled Congress managed the bare minimum task of keeping the government open.
The House bill essentially does away with decades-old tax code restrictions preventing churches and other nonprofit groups from engaging in political activities.
Congressman also addresses issues of tax reform, gun control and a recently launched House probe related to Hillary Clinton's emails.
Ohio senator, who suddenly resigned Monday night, stressed there had been no “inappropriate physical contact.”
Ten percent of all Ohio workers — more than 500,000 people — participate in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP).
Plum Brook Station and Glenn Research Center have an economic impact of more than $1.1 billion in Northeast Ohio, senator says.