The Ohio State Highway Patrol will focus on distracted driving in the next 6-State Trooper Project, a multi-state, high-visibility enforcement.
As the Mega Millions jackpot rises, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning consumers to beware of lottery and sweepstakes scams.
Commercial Development Company Inc. today announced the acquisition, by affiliate, of the 468-acre retired coal-fired Picway power plant site from American Electric Power.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today warned Ohioans to beware of home repair scams following the severe storms that swept through the state.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered charitable giving tips to Ohioans who want to donate in the wake of the Orlando tragedy.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today praised a new law that will put the Ohio Guardianship Guide into the hands of all guardians overseeing adult and minor wards in the state.
Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that Ohioans who have a valid concealed handgun license have now had background checks sufficient to purchase firearms without the red tape of another background check.
Gary Scherer announced the Ohio House passed Senate Bill 264, which designates the first weekend in August 2016 as a sales tax holiday for the purposes of back-to-school shopping.
Mike DeWine announced a lawsuit against a telemarketer accused of tricking consumers into thinking their computers were infected with a virus in order to take their money.
ODOT District 9's construction department will cross district lines and team up with District 6 to administer a trio of its projects in Pickaway County, the first of which is slated to begin this week.
State Rep. Gary Scherer and State Senator Bob Peterson announced the projects included in the state's capital budget bill, which appropriates funding for local projects throughout Ohio and the 92nd House District.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warns that his office is receiving more reports of IRS imposter scams as the April 18 tax filing deadline approaches.
The settlement, which includes Ohio, requires MoneyGram to establish and maintain anti-fraud procedures and to pay a total of $13 million, of which up to $9 million will be used to reimburse consumers.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) is committed to combating human trafficking in Ohio and took new steps this year to rescue potential victims.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced Ohio has joined a $470 million joint state-federal settlement with mortgage lender and servicer HSBC to address mortgage origination, servicing, and foreclosure abuses.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today outlined tips to help Ohioans protect their personal information on Data Privacy Day, recognized annually on Jan. 28.
Columbia Gas of Ohio now offers Home Energy Checkup, a new online tool for our customers to learn what actions they can take to save energy and money.
As winter weather continues in Ohio, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) reminds you of important home heating safety precautions and electric power outage preparation.
Ohio Valley Banc Corp. and Milton Bancorp Inc. recently announced the merger of the two companies that currently conduct business in the New Holland and Mt. Sterling areas.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine this week offered advice for consumers who plan to join a fitness center in the New Year.
Verizon and Sprint customers have until Dec. 31 to seek a share of the $120 million allocated for consumers under national "mobile cramming" settlements announced earlier this year.
State Representative Gary Scherer today applauded the announcement of $10 million in grant funding by the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
The Ohio Attorney General recently announced consumers who have unused gift cards from the former RadioShack can file claims to seek refunds for remaining card balances.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and the Buckeye Council of the Vietnam Veterans of America will be co-sponsoring a December conference on veterans legal advocacy.
The PUCO this week ordered that competitive retail electric service (CRES) customer contracts be more transparent and straightforward by better defining the terms and conditions of fixed-rate offers.
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