Ohio’s Professional Sports Teams Want in on Legalized Sports Betting
By Tyler Buchanan, Ohio Capital Journal
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Attracts More FirstEnergy Scandal Attention, Including from Hungry Democrats
Opponents are asking an age-old question in political scandals: What did DeWine know and when did he know it?
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The Squirrels of the Ohio Statehouse Have Been Famous for 150 Years. Here's Why
Since its completion in 1861, the Ohio Statehouse's park-like grounds have been as popular with squirrels as they have been for generations of Capitol Square visitors.
Only 13 People Cast Illegal Ballots in 2020, Ohio Secretary of State Says
These 13 ballots make up just .00016% of all Ohio votes cast in 2020, or around 1-in-every-600,000.
Scrap Tires and Boozy Bingo: The Ohio Budget’s Most Obscure Items
The word “bingo” shows up in the budget bill a grand total of 685 times.
Gov. DeWine Signs $74 Billion State Budget, Blocks Expungement of COVID Violation Records for Ohio Businesses
The governor also vetoed an attempt by Republican lawmakers to give their party’s legislative leaders sole power to intervene in any potential redistricting lawsuits.
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Noah Thompson Becomes Kentucky’s First ‘American Idol’ Winner
By Carolyn Brown, LEO Weekly
Guest Commentary: Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan Was Deeply Involved in Attempted Coup to Overturn 2020 Election
By Marilou Johanek, Ohio Capital Journal
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By Ashley Moor
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