Ohio Attorney General's Office

An Assistant Ohio Attorney General has been cited for leaving the scene of two crashes on the same morning in Upper Arlington.

The Ohio Attorney General's office is investigating a hit-and-skip incident earlier this month involving a Marion County judge and his wife.

Ohio University officials have placed a top administrator on leave following allegations of price-gouging hand sanitizer.

The Ohio Attorney General has rejected petition language for a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize recreational marijuana. 

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The Ohio Attorney General has certified summary language and validated one thousand petition signatures for a proposal to update the voter registration system.

This tax season the state is no longer accepting bitcoin as a form of payment from businesses.  

The Ohio Attorney General's office has approved a summary of the proposed fall statewide ballot issue backed by a coalition of unions and community groups to raise Ohio’s minimum wage by nearly 50 percent to 13-dollars an hour by 2025.

Ohioans who have made online charitable donations through the PayPal Giving Fund to avoid fees might be surprised by details of a new multistate settlement. 

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Ohio's Secretary of State says 354 non-U.S. citizens registered to vote or actually cast ballots in 2018.

Today is Giving Tuesday, a way for people to help non-profit organizations and the less fortunate. 

The Ohio Attorney General's Office says 59 central Ohioans have been indicted after authorities seized a large amount of drugs and stolen guns during an undercover drug operation. 

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Opponents hoping to overturn a bailout of Ohio's nuclear and coal-fired plants have cleared an initial hurdle to put the issue before voters next year. 

State and local authorities have released a post-mortem rendering of a man found dead in a West Broad Street parking lot in April. 

The attorneys general of 38 states and territories sent a letter to congressional leaders on Wednesday, urging them: Please, let us bank the money generated by the country's booming cannabis business.

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The Ohio Attorney General's office says two men have been convicted and sentenced for their roles in operating a human trafficking ring in central Ohio.

The Washington county prosecutor accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with a female kidnapping victim in his office has been convicted of coercion but acquitted of a sex charge. 

A judge is temporarily blocking part of a new Ohio law that bans the abortion method of dilation and evacuation in most cases.

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A Stark County judge this week dismissed a lawsuit Ohio filed against the developers of the 4.2 billion dollar Rover natural gas pipeline that stretches from West Virginia to Michigan.

The former Mayor of Put-In-Bay has pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of conflict of interest in a public contract.

The Ohio Medical Board has suspended the license of a doctor accused of ordering excessive doses of fentanly for dozens of Mount Carmel West hospital patients without their families' knowledge.

The Ohio Medical Board has declined to publicly comment on the former Mount Carmel West physician accused of ordering excessive doses of fentanyl for 27 patients without their families' knowledge.

Republican Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O'Brien is leaving to joing the Ohio Attorney General's office.

The mayor of Put-In-Bay has been indicted on public corruption charges. 

State and local authorities have released an artist's depiction of a woman found dead outside the Kahiki restaurant in Coumbus in 1999 who has never been identified. 

The state crime lab is offering to use its drones to take aerial photos of Ohio schools that could help police respond to an active shooter or another emergency.

A powerful Republican Ohio lawmaker has been quietly cleared in a sexual harassment investigation conducted by an outside law firm where he worked for 36 years. 

Andy Chow

The Ohio Attorney General's office has certified a ballot proposal to cap interest rates on payday loans and impose additional regulations. 

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Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana have passed the first big hurdle in that process.

Major League Soccer and Columbus Crew SC owner Anthony Precourt's company are asking a judge to dismiss the city and state's lawsuit attempting to block the team's planned moved to Texas. 

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The state has rejected a petition submitted by backers of a ballot issue to legalize marijuana.