Young man's overdose leads to gifts of life for 2 Ohio women


CLEVELAND (AP) — On a frigid January day in 2014, Adam Shay lay in the Neurointensive care unit of the Cleveland Clinic, the rhythmic hiss of a mechanical ventilator doing the work his brain could no longer tell his lungs to do.

  • Written by By BRIE ZELTNER, The Plain Dealer

Kasich signs Ohio state budget, vetoes Medicaid freeze

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Gov. John Kasich once again stood against fellow Republicans in the Ohio Legislature on Friday to support Medicaid expansion, which now provides health insurance to 700,000 low-income Ohioans.


  • Written by By JULIE CARR SMYTH, Associated Press

Ohio judge keep juror questions sealed in police case

CINCINNATI (AP) — The judge in an Ohio police shooting case is refusing to release questions asked by jurors before a mistrial was declared because they were deadlocked.