Have questions on the Affordable Care Act?
There's a crucial vote Monday that's important to 275,000 struggling Ohioans and to Governor John Kasich.
The federal health care exchange was built using 10-year-old technology that may require constant fixes and updates.
You'll have to get coverage by Valentine's Day or thereabouts to avoid penalties for being uninsured
It's not the sign the Obama administration wants people to see on its health overhaul website: Down for repairs.
It's supposed to make a difference in millions of lives, but today it caused little more than a giant headache for most.
Get ready. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is about to change the U.S. health care landscape.
President Barack Obama is hailing a "historic day" for uninsured Americans who now can purchase health care coverage through new insurance exchanges.
Criminals will try to take advantage of Affordable Care Act confusion.
Visitors to the federal government's health care website will be able to navigate how to shop for and buy health insurance.
Obamacare will keep going.
The Affordable Care Act, or ACA, is one of the most confusing issues our country has ever faced
A break down of the Affordable Care Act.
Many have questions as to how the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, will impact them or their families.
Temporary staffing services are seeing a boost in business.
President Obama denounced "irresponsible" Republican critics of his health care law Thursday, saying their threats could trigger a damaging government shutdown and a U.S. credit default in the weeks ahead.
The Kaiser Family Foundation has developed an online calculator to illustrate health insurance premiums and subsidies for people who will purchase insurance in the new health insurance exchanges.
According to the report, Ohio consumers will be able to choose from an average of 46 health plans in the Marketplace.
Some cities and schools are cutting back part time hours to avoid insurance.
Quick facts you need to know.
The Affordable Health Care Act was signed by President Barack Obama in March of 2010.
A political drama unfolds in the nation's capital this week as Republicans attempt to dismantle President Obama's health care law.
They've infuriated many congressional Republicans with a tactic they consider futile, self-serving and detrimental to the party's political hopes in 2014
The stopgap spending bill includes a provision to defund President Obama's health care law.
Bernard Health opened its first store on Mayfield Road.
Millions of people will begin signing up for health coverage Oct 1.
ODI: Individuals on ACA in Ohio will pay an average of 41 percent more than they did in 2013
MASSILLON -- Massillon football icon Steve Studer died of a heart attack between classes on Monday. He was 50-years-old.
COLUMBUS -- Looking for reasonable priced cars, boats, mowers or trailers? The state could help you out, if you're the highest bidder.
The experiences of children in foster care will be told on the stage as Case Western Reserve University's Schubert Center for Child Studies
Drawings by Cleveland's most notorious serial killer are being offered for sale online
15 year-old Aubrey Trautman killed herself in May. Now, her family is raising money to reach others who might be hurting.
Blake Shelton, Kellie Pickler and Luke Bryan are a small sampling of the slew of acts performing at The Country Fest 2012.
The State of Ohio Parole Board has denied parole for Tony R. Smith, convicted in 1998 killing
Florida State stuffed Northern Illinois all-purpose threat Jordan Lynch Tuesday and won the Orange Bowl 31-10.
Doctors are racing to save another woman with flesh-eating bacteria. This time it's a new mom of twins from South Carolina.
STARK COUNTY -- It was a story that captured the nation's attention. After more than three years, the Hope Steffey case is over and the victim isn't happy with how it ended.