Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana rules for 4th of July

The Fourth of July is this weekend, so prepare for flashbangs, bottle rockets and fireworks galore. 

Many Independence Day events are back on and you can count on people across the Tristate setting off fireworks in their own backyards. 

With that in mind, here's what you need to know about the legality of your pyrotechnics before your backyard bash. 


Still no dice for those in Ohio looking to shoot off bigger fireworks. 

By next Fourth of July, Ohioans could finally shoot off fireworks – legally. Ohio is one of the last states to allow residents to set off fireworks despite multiple attempts to legalize the practice over the years.

Current state law allows Ohioans to purchase fireworks in the state but not shoot them off here. 

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