A Delaware County Grand jury Thursday indicted 39 year old Matthew Rausenberg of Columbus on 32 counts alleging sex crimes against children in his classroom. First Assistant Prosecutor Kyle Rohrer outlined the charges saying Rausenberg faces life in prison, if convicted.
State labor officials say the county had a February jobless rate of 3.6 percent, just below northwest Ohio’s Mercer County.
Ohio State University announced today its senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer will be leaving in May.
Mount Carmel announced it will move its main hospital operations out of Franklinton to a new facility in Grove City.
Former governor Ted Strickland plans to challenge Republican Senator Rob Portman. Strickland will likely face an opponent in the primary, P.G. Sittenfeld, a Cincinnati City Councilman.
A semi-truck hauling lawn fertilizer caused westbound lanes of I-70 on the city’s east side to close for several hours this morning.
Forecasts call for a Monday high near 10 degrees in Columbus, with temperatures sinking to -5 Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman also used the address to name some priorities for his final year in office, including affordable downtown housing.
Columbus City Schools opted to keep students at home on Tuesday. Most districts in Ross, Fayette, and Fairfield counties were also closed or delayed.
Democrats have picked Philadelphia as the site of their 2016 national convention, dashing Columbus’s hopes of hosting the event at Nationwide Arena.