A Hamilton County judge temporarily blocked an Ohio law that would have required fetal remains to be buried or cremated.
It's once again made Boehner the talk of the political world, at least for this week.
America's 42nd-largest corporation, Centene, conspired to take tens of millions from Ohio's Medicaid program, a newly unsealed lawsuit says.
Starting Monday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency will open applications for COVID-19-related funeral assistance. Families can get up to $9,000.
In a revamp of health care for 3 million Ohioans, the state picked 6 companies Friday to divide $20 billion in contracts for Medicaid managed care.
Enquirer editorial cartoonist Kevin Necessary talked via Zoom with former Enquirer editorial cartoonist Jim Borgman, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1991.
Ohio governor remains undecided about Amtrak expansion in Ohio. If there's funding and political support, the state's largest metro areas would be connected by passenger rail.
Jack Hanna's daughters say their dad is unable to participate in public life as he once did as his condition has severely worsened in the last few months.
If you don't want a COVID-19 shot, several Republican lawmakers want to make sure you don't face any penalties because of that decision.
FirstEnergy in Akron and AEP in Columbus paid no federal income taxes in 2020, a Washington think tank analysis shows