Three condemned men petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for a stay of execution on Tuesday, continuing the ongoing fight over Ohio’s lethal injection regime.
A controversial AIDS activist is financing an Ohio ballot initiative that would cap drugs prices for the state at rates obtained by the Department of Veterans Affairs, a measure critics say could limit access to pharmaceuticals and raise costs.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday cleared the way for the state of Ohio to recommence executions for those on death row after a 3.5-year period without any executions.
Government websites in the United States, mainly from Ohio, were hacked on Sunday around 11:00 a.m. to display a pro-Islamic State message.
An Ohio man has been charged with threatening to “assault, kidnap, or murder a United States official” after authorities said he left a voicemail threatening the life and family of Rep. Steve Stivers (R., Ohio).
Health insurer Anthem has announced that it will pull out of Ohio’s Affordable Care Act health insurance exchanges, meaning that next year 20 Ohio counties will not be covered by any insurance companies with Obamacare marketplace plans.
A federal grand jury on Thursday charged an Ohio man with one count of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization.
An Ohio woman was sentenced this week to six months in the Columbiana County Jail after she pled guilty to committing voter registration fraud.