Ohio Department of Administrative Services

The Ohio Departments of Aging and Health are mailing millions of masks to seniors.  

The Ohio Inspector General says an information technology executive with ties to then-Governor John Kasich's administration worked to improperly steer as much as 9 million dollars in state contracts to his private company. 

The Ohio Inspector General's office says more than 12 million dollars in state contracts were improperly laundered through a shell company to benefit a group of companies. 

As the deadline for to submit ballot petitions passed Wednesday, it appeared there are more changes ahead for the Columbus Board of Education. 

Karen Kasler

A new policy is starting today at the state’s purchasing agency – which investigations show wasn’t following its own rules in awarding some no-bid contracts to outside consultants.

Columbus Bar Association

The head of the North Linden Area Commission has been selected to fill a vacant seat on the Columbus Board of Education

Ohio Public Radio

Republican Ohio Governor-elect Mike DeWine has announced his cabinet picks. 

Columbus Division of Police

A Democratic state lawmaker from Columbus says security officials did not follow protocol when they allowed a man now charged with raping, torturing and killing a woman into her office without proper identification.

Ohio Department of Administrative Services officials say an auto-generated email mistakenly informed 11 thousand nurses their licenses weren't recognized by the state.

The Ohio Inspector General's office says the state's government contracting agency lacks rules for ensuring equal and fair competitive bidding by outside IT vendors.

The Ohio Inspector General says a state technology administrator wrongly solicited a 37 thousand dollar sponsorship fee from a company that has received millions of dollars in state contracts.

The Ohio Inspector General's office says a former Department of Administrative Services IT supervisor possibly violated ethics laws by pursuing and accepting a job with a state vendor while managing that vendor's multi-million dollar contract.

A number of government websites, many of them in Ohio, have been hacked with a message that purports to be supportive of the Islamic State group.

The state Controlling Board has granted permission to the Ohio Department of Administrative Services to use an alternative way of selecting some vendors.


State officials are working on a plan to rid the Rhodes State Office Tower in downtown Columbus of legionella bacteria.

A state agency says it is helping save taxpayers more than 150 million dollar a year by eliminating inefficiencies.