Mayoral candidate John Cranley says he
would reject an endorsement from the Coalition Opposed to Additional
Spending and Taxes (COAST), a conservative group formed in 1999 with a
history of anti-LGBT causes.
As the Oct. 1 opening date approaches for
the Affordable Care Act’s (“Obamacare”) online marketplaces, outreach
campaigns are beginning to take root and aim at states with the largest
uninsured populations, including Ohio.
Three years after basking in the national
spotlight for transforming from a failing inner-city school to a model
of academic excellence, Robert A. Taft Information Technology High
School is showing signs of relapsing.
As it commemorates its 40th anniversary,
Greater Cincinnati’s bus service is making changes it hopes will improve
a system that has dealt with funding shortfalls and service cuts in the
past few years.
Billy Slagle is going to die on Aug. 7.
The Ohio Parole Board recommended against granting Slagle clemency on
July 16, and Gov. John Kasich last week denied Slagle’s request to have
his death sentence commuted to life in prison.