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Governor John Kasich’s lead over his Democratic challenger has surpassed 20 points in the latest independent poll.
The head football coach at Westerville South High School was arrested and charged this week with assault and endangering children after a report that he shoved a player to the ground and slapped him across the face.
Columbus fire officials say at least ten people were transported to local hospitals after an apartment fire on the Northeast side Tuesday morning.
The change comes after the data rigging scandal that led to several principals being fired or resigning.
Columbus Castings says it will add 500 positions at its South Side foundry.
For the first time since 2011, the OSU football team will open a season without Braxton Miller as its starting quarterback.
Ohio’s attorney general is standing behind his decision to let the family of a man killed by police inside a Dayton-area Walmart view surveillance footage of the shooting. But John Crawford III’s family want the video released publicly.
Jim Stillwagon, a fixture on the 1968 OSU football team that won the national championship, has filed a lawsuit against the Delaware County prosecutor’s office for what Stillwagon’s attorney calls “cooked up” charges.
In his new book, Daniel Tokaji details what he calls one of the most important recent developments in American democracy: the explosion of independent campaign spending, or “soft money.” Tokaji is an elections law professor at Ohio State University who’s new book is titled “The New Soft Money: Outside Spending in Congressional Elections.”