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It will be harder for police, prosecutors and the government to seize private property in Ohio under a new bill signed into law. 

Friday’s vote for chair of the Ohio Republican Party will be the biggest meeting for the party’s 66-member state central committee in several years. And both candidates say they have the votes to win.

As Republicans in Congress debate the idea of repealing the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare, Gov. John Kasich is crediting part of that law for helping fight the war on opiates in Ohio. 

Around the state of Ohio, farmers are getting seeing their property taxes soar thanks to the method used to set a value on their farmland. The state’s two main farmer groups want lawmakers to change that valuation formula.

The only Democrat serving in statewide office - Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill - says he’ll spend this year deciding if he wants to run for governor next year. But he would have to quit that job if he does.

As the new session of the Ohio General Assembly starts its work, tax reform is on the mind of its top leaders. 

Ohio AAA estimates 4.2 million Ohioans will travel more than 50 miles from their homes during this holiday season. And with construction projects underway, it's likely to be a challenge. 

If you are thinking about joining a gym, returning an unwanted holiday gift or changing companies you do business with in this new year, Ohio’s Attorney General has some warnings for you. 

Supporters of a strict abortion ban that was vetoed by Gov. John Kasich are not giving up. 

Ohio’s population growth isn’t keeping up with some other states. And that could mean a big change after the 2020 census. 

When the new General Assembly comes in this month, there will be fewer experienced lawmakers due to term limits. 

A city is not immune in the case of a crash involving a stop sign that was obscured by a tree. That’s the finding of the Ohio Supreme Court. 

The state's top watchdog says some parole officers have violated policy on how parolees can be detained. 

Ohio’s minimum wage is set to increase on January 1st

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled an experienced police officer’s testimony is sufficient to prove a driver was under the influence of drugs.

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