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The Nation's Report Card ranked Ohio 24th in the nation with a B- for how well the state prepares students for success.The average state got... [Read More]
The Ohio Board of Education will continue to be led by a gubernatorial appointee, as members elected Laura Kohler of New Albany on Tuesday as... [Read More]
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The Ohio Board of Education will continue to be led by a gubernatorial appointee, as members elected Laura Kohler of New Albany on Tuesday as... [Read More]
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More than 700,000 Ohioans were removed from the state's Medicaid program in just the first 10 months of 2018.Franklin County had the most disenrollments, with... [Read More]
It marks the eighth year in a row that drug deaths have gone up. [Read More]
Tags: Fentanyl - Ohio - drug
Fatal drug overdoses kept rising in Ohio last year to a record 4,854, a 20 percent increase over 2016's toll.It was the eighth year in... [Read More]
Tags: Ohio - Fentanyl - Fatal
  Fatal drug overdoses kept rising in Ohio last year to a record 4,854, a 20 percent increase over 2016's toll. It was... [Read More]
Tags: Ohio - Fentanyl - Fatal
In these special editions of Buckeye Forum, we talk with the candidates for Ohio Secretary of State, Kathleen Clyde, the Democratic candidate, is finishing her fourth, two year term... [Read More]
The State Board of Education is giving schools Superintendent Paolo DeMaria a raise and a bonus.At its monthly meeting in Columbus on Tuesday, the board... [Read More]
As Ohio seeks to reduce costs and bring more transparency to Medicaid's $3 billion-plus prescription drug program, experts warn: Don't solve one problem by creating... [Read More]
The two major party candidates running for Ohio secretary of state agree on many voter-related issues, and both say the state's chief elections officer needs... [Read More]
Torrential rains and soaked grounds were good for at least one thing on Saturday — pulling weeds.Lots of them."The rain actually helped," said Alex Burke, 25,... [Read More]
Attorney General Mike DeWine wants to reduce student testing in Ohio schools, direct more state aid to needy districts, and mandate tuition guarantees at public... [Read More]
Under fire for not tackling the ECOT scandal, Attorney General Mike DeWine wants to reduce student testing in Ohio schools and establish a pay-for-performance mode. [Read More]
A Columbus-area bank president supporting Republican state Sen. Frank LaRose for Ohio secretary of state apologized Thursday for saying in an e-mail that if Democrat... [Read More]
A Columbus-area bank president supporting Republican state Sen. Frank LaRose for Ohio secretary of state says if Democrat Kathleen Clyde is elected, she may try... [Read More]
A Columbus-area bank executive supporting Republican state Sen. Frank LaRose for Ohio Secretary of State, claims his Democratic opponent, if elected, may try to rig future... [Read More]
Ohio voters who want to vote in the Nov. 6 election from their home at their convenience should watch their mailbox for an absentee ballot application.Secretary... [Read More]
Each day, second graders in Robert Goetz's class at Etna Road Elementary School in Whitehall play a greeting game. Tuesday, they put one of their... [Read More]
The 5-year plan shifts away from test results to focus on helping students succeed after graduation. [Read More]
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