House, Senate Leaders Say Kasich's Presidential Campaign Isn't Slowing Down Ohio Government

Gov. John Kasich is hitting the campaign trail hard after a second place finish in New Hampshire. Ohio lawmakers talked about how the presidential campaign might be impacting things on their end.
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Executive Officeholders Cagey About Plans For 2018 Election

Feb 12, 2016

It’s not often that the four Republican executive officeholders are together in one room – especially when all of them are expected to run for other offices when their terms end in 2018.

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Police have identified 30-year old Mohamed Barry as the man who they say randomly attacked people at a northeast Columbus restaurant with a machete. 

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate P.G. Sittenfeld got an endorsement that could be a boost in his campaign. He’s getting a little help from former Gov. Dick Celeste.

After 41 days, the Oregon occupation is over: All four militants who remained at an occupied wildlife refuge have surrendered to the FBI.

Former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing will stand trial beginning Oct. 24, 2016 for the death of Sam DuBose.

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Radio spots are airing across Ohio that warn against an impending vote by state lawmakers that would extend term limits - only no such vote is imminent.

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After John Kasich surged to second place in the New Hampshire presidential primary,frontrunner Donald Trump declared he may have to get tougher on the Ohio governor in the next phase of the campaign – in part because of Kasich’s attacks on him. 

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The city of Cleveland has filed a legal claim against the estate of Tamir Rice over a $500 bill for an ambulance ride.

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Governor Kasich  took his momentum out of New Hampshire to South Carolina ahead of this weekend's debate and the state's February 20th primary.

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