Karen Kasler

About 150 protestors assembled a few blocks away and marched together to the Donald Trump rally, carrying signs and chanting.

Ben Postlethwait

Thousands of people flocked to Columbus to catch the Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump at his first rally in Ohio. Donald Trump used the opportunity to throw a few punches at Gov. John Kasich in front of his home crowd.

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A new report from the University of Cincinnati estimates Ohioans will be spending 4.2% more this holiday season than last.

"Meet the Press", NBC News

Gov. John Kasich was back on the TV news talk show circuit this weekend, and he had a few choice words for his fellow Republican candidate Donald Trump. 

Andy Chow

A central Ohio woman was honored for the time she spends as a caregiver for her mother. She says she has an important message for Ohioans.

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Statehouse News Bureau

Lawmakers including Gov. John Kasich and all but two of Ohio’s Congressional delegation have raised concerns and voted against Syrian refugees being resettled in the US and Ohio right now. U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R) says he thinks the process for vetting refugees coming into the country needs to be reviewed and strengthened. But he says the largest problem right now is with the visa program.

Some Ohio lawmakers want Secretary of State Jon Husted to investigate why nearly 900 absentee ballots in Summit County were received but not counted. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports.

New Day for America

Republican presidential contender Donald Trump is threatening to sue his fellow candidate, Republican Gov. John Kasich. Ohio Public Radio’s Karen Kasler reports the news came out last night, at the end of an interesting evening…..

Jo Ingles

Backers of the failed Issue 3 campaign that would have legalized marijuana for personal and medical use in Ohio say they plan to come back to the ballot in 2016. But in an interview with Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles, ResponsibleOhio’s Ian James says the plan his group intends to put on the ballot next year will be based on free market principles.

Andy Chow

When it comes to battling the elements of extreme weather, one group says Ohio is failing.