Foreclosures during the Great Recession added to thousands of blighted properties in Columbus. But, a state program helped fund demolition of many of those houses and apartment units.
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The investigation into data manipulation of Columbus City Schools has expanded to look for more evidence of data scrubbing.
A top White House aide conducting a review of the embattled Veterans Affairs Department plans to visit two Ohio facilities this week.
A lawyer says the Libertarian Party of Ohio continues to seek a ballot position for its gubernatorial candidate despite a federal appeals court in Cincinnati declining to rehear an appeal.
The governor’s sweeping midterm budget bill is slated for final votes in the state Senate and House Wednesday.
Ohio high-schoolers beginning with the class of 2018 will see new graduation requirements and receive free college-admission testing under a legislative compromise heading toward approval.
Girls are up to ten times more likely than boys to suffer knee injuries in sports like soccer and basketball. Some Ohio researchers say they’ve discovered that genetic differences help explain the disparity. But a lack of proper sports training is also partly to blame.
Police in Columbus say a 13-year-old boy was fatally shot by another teenager while they were playing with a handgun.
A bus stop to rally support for equal pay for women and raising the minimum wage made a stop in Columbus on Tuesday.