The Lima NAACP continues to call for the Allen County Sheriff's Office to equip deputies with body cameras, saying it has now reached out to the office of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine for assistance.
State of Ohio employees are no longer allowed to download or use TikTok or a number of other Chinese-owned apps on state-owned devices for security reasons, under an executive order issued by Gov. Mike DeWine.
More Dayton-area cities have installed new automated license plate reading devices in the past several months and at least one other local police department said it wants to add them next year.
The technology is part of the snow removal plan Mayor Justin Bibb introduced after Winter Storm Landon in January, and it includes a tablet, mapping software and location trackers for snowplows.
Ohio and 39 other states have reached a $391.5 million settlement with Google over the company's deceptive location-tracking practices — the largest multistate privacy settlement in U.S. history.
Expecting its first group of graduates in spring 2024, a new bachelor of science in engineering technology program at Ohio State University at Lima could improve the talent pipeline for area manufacturers.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority agreed this week to a new tax credit that has an estimated value of $71.3 million, and it is aimed at boosting a new Honda electric vehicle battery plant located near Dayton.
Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish’s second request to use $10 million in opioid settlement money to help develop innovative ideas for addressing addiction again met resistance on Monday.
Students of the new program will go through an approximately 12-week interactive learning course that includes the design, installation and service of broadband networks. The program will serve as an industry talent pipeline.