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Latest John Kasich Items
A longtime Cincinnati-area officeholder said Thursday he's having trouble lining up a running mate for his Democratic bid for governor.
Ohio Democrats seeking statewide office this fall on Wednesday coupled criticism of Republican-backed abortion restrictions with a pledge to make women's health issues a priority in the 2014 campaign.
A nominating panel is reviewing 27 applicants for a soon-to-be-vacated seat on the Ohio board that regulates public utilities.
A civil-rights organization is asking Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) to immediately halt executions after a condemned inmate gasped and snorted last week as an untested drug combination was used to put him to death.
Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) and his 2014 Democratic challenger, Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County executive Ed FitzGerald, were among state and local officials across Ohio who commemorated the legacy of civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
The son of a 68-year-old man sentenced to six years in prison for fatally shooting his ailing wife in her hospital bed wrote a letter supporting his father's bid for clemency.
In a story Jan. 16 about an Ohio execution with a previously untried combination of drugs, The Associated Press erroneously reported the date of the state's next execution. It is scheduled for March 19, not Feb. 19.
We're getting closer to the 2015-16 presidential-election cycle, and for many White House aspirants, it's already begun in earnest.
Ohio's governor and legislative leaders are urging support for renewing a public works program that funds repairs and upgrades to roads, bridges and other local infrastructure needs.