Intel is looking to tackle the technical challenges and workforce shortages in semiconductor manufacturing with a $100 million investment over the next decade to build a pipeline of talent and support research, education and workforce development across the United States.
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine announced Saturday on Twitter that he has ordered the Ohio Department of Commerce to stop the purchase and sale of Russian Standard Vodka.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine told Fox News Digital the effects of the semiconductor manufacturing facility Intel plans to build in the state.
The $20 billion investment is part of Intel's $100 billion investment pledge as the company seeks to reclaim its spot as the top chip manufacturer.
Intel Corp. plans to invest at least $20 billion in new chip-making capacity in Ohio, bolstering the company’s semiconductor production ambitions.
Cleveland, Ohio, is known for its cultural attractions, extensive park system and its professional sports teams.
Ohio State believes it’s the first large university to offer the debt-free option for a student’s total costs.
Ohio’s attorney general is suing Meta Platforms Inc., formerly known as Facebook Inc., alleging the company misled the public about how it controlled its algorithm and the effects its products have on children.
Akron-based FirstEnergy Corp., one of the largest public utility holding companies in the U.S, announced Monday it had reached a settlement with the Ohio Consumers' Counsel and other groups to refund its Ohio customers and lower their rates by a total of $306 million for having collected significantly excessive profits.
Regional pharmacy chain operator Giant Eagle Inc on Friday said it had agreed to settle lawsuits accusing it of fueling the opioid epidemic in several Ohio communities,
CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, and Giant Eagle called for a mistrial in an opioid case against the companies, after a juror brought in outside documentation and distributed it to other jurors.
Lordstown Motors confirmed earlier reporting Thursday that it plans to sell its Ohio factory to Foxconn.
Getting Americans off the unemployment rolls and back into the labor force is the key to America’s economic recovery, Ohio’s Lt. Gov. Jon Husted told FOX Business on Friday.
A judge on Thursday ruled in favor of the Ohio state government after residents filed a lawsuit over a decision to end participation in a pandemic-related federal unemployment assistance program.
Lawmakers in Ohio on Tuesday unveiled data privacy legislation that aims to create new data rights for residents in the state, allowing them to have more control over their personal data.
Ohio is ready to reap the economic benefits of a tax reform strategy 15 years in the making – the state is just one of a handful to announce rate reductions as its economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
A 2,846 square foot windmill that is more than 80 years old is currently on the market for someone who is looking for a unique home in Ohio.
Residents of Columbus, Ohio will be paid $100 for getting the COVID-19 vaccine after city leaders approved a program Monday to give payouts in an effort to boost vaccination rates.
The city of Springboro, Ohio is using COVID-19 relief funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to pay for the water, sewage and trash bills of its residents and businesses that will come due on June 20.
Ohio state representatives introduced a bill Wednesday that would give every police officer and first responder in the state who worked during the coronavirus pandemic a one-time bonus check of $1,000.