The demonstrations were ultimately peaceful—but expensive.
Sierra Waver gathers her belongings in Trotwood, Ohio, near Dayton, on May 28th, 2019, after powerful tornadoes ripped through the state overnight.
Donald Trump blamed David Green, the local UAW president, for the plant's shutdown. Green is now fighting for his union members' futures.
The Dayton, Ohio, Board of Education adopted a policy barring immigration agents from enforcing on school grounds. A new bill in the Ohio State House would end that.
A night on the job with Newark Assistant Fire Chief David Decker.
As the founder and president of Harm Reduction Ohio, Cauchon lobbies for progressive drug policies in the state—a position that can pit him not just against politicians, but also other reformers.
For people with substance use disorders, day reporting can provide a safe environment and a space for counseling or treatment.
A real estate broker's maps recall the days when certain neighborhoods in the city were denied access to loans based on the demographics of the population.
Many states require election officials to compare a voter's signature with existing records before issuing and counting absentee ballots, but advocates are filing lawsuits to end the practice.
A collection of some of our most important and timely stories, from a study on the militarization of police to a look at Ohio Governor John Kasich's expansion of medicaid coverage.
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Over 83 percent of employed Ohioans who were continuously enrolled in Medicaid said the program helped enable them to hold down jobs.
Are other states poised to follow Ohio's lead?
The temporary ban on the law will benefit women who have sought abortions with the belief or knowledge that the fetus has Down syndrome.
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On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, reporter Alli Maloney talks about investing institutional racism within the Columbus Division of Police.
Since 2013, the Columbus Division of Police has shot and killed dozens of people. The majority of them were black.