Cleveland State's Highest Court Hears Second Abortion Case In A Month Involving Restrictions In 2013 Budget By Jo Ingles • Sep 26, 2017 Dan Konik The Ohio Supreme Court has heard yet another case involving one of the state’s abortion providers. It’s the second one this month. This case revolves around a different issue. Governor Kasich Says Security In Cleveland Is Top Concern By Jo Ingles • Jun 15, 2016 Statehouse News Bureau Gov. John Kasich says the mass shooting in Orlando shows the importance to make sure there are safety measures in place at places where large crowds gather. Protestors At Ohio Statehouse Want Lawmakers To Make Public Transit More Affordable By Jo Ingles • Apr 19, 2016 Jo Ingles A group of bus riders and union leaders from Cleveland was in Columbus today. The group is telling state lawmakers to dedicate more money to funding public transit. Kasich Delegates Prepare For Contested Convention By Andy Chow • Mar 16, 2016 Andy Chow While John Kasich may have gotten a boost from the Ohio Primary win, the delegate math still shows he can't get the amount needed to clinch the nomination. This could mean a heated battle during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.