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Business Stories John Kasich, like governors before him, visited Detroit in January to meet with the leaders of the "Big Three" automakers on one of his first out-of-state trips as chief executive of Ohio. Ohio's aerospace and aviation industry,
With only three posts left to fill on what had been an all-white cabinet, Gov. John Kasich yesterday made his first minority appointment, naming Michael B. Colbert to head the giant Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Colbert, who is black,
Whatever happened to . . . . . . the Powerball lottery game, which came to Ohio last spring? . . . the demand of singers and musicians that they get royalties when their recordings are played on the radio? . . . the search for the body of the Lorain
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When John Kasich and Mike DeWine take office in January, they'll inherit the messiest gambling landscape that Ohio ever has seen. Thousands of slot-machine-like skill games and Sweepstakes machines are operating in a legal gray area...And Kasich, the
There were no tickets with the correct combination for the drawing on Wednesday.
When I was at my friends' houses, one child or another would complain, "We're bored ," and without thinking, a mother might suggest various board games, offer to rent a video, recommend we play house or go swimming. If anyone mistakenly piped up
A person who bought a $261.6 million Powerball lottery ticket in Ohio has claimed the prize, but the winner's identity has not been revealed. The Ohio Lottery says the holder of the sole winning ticket in the June 2 drawing
The Ohio Lottery says its on a roll, with the introduction of Powerball helping the agency post another year of record sales. Officials say the lottery enjoyed $2.48 billion in sales during the fiscal year that ended Wednesday, up from $2.42 billion