Meet artist Amanda Louise Spayd, a sculptor who crafts endearing doll sized creatures.
An eastern Ohio grand jury continues to investigate whether other laws were broken in the case of a 16-year-old girl raped by two high school football players.
State Auditor Dave Yost’s office says today it is executing sealed search warrants in its investigation of alleged manipulation of attendance figures and grade changes in Columbus City schools.
The gay teacher fired last month from a Columbus Catholic high school appeared on All Sides with Ann Fisher Wednesday along with two lawyers to discuss her case.
The head of Ohio State University, president Gordon Gee, says the school has changed its academic culture this year by adopting a semester calendar.
Two board members of an Ohio public employees pension fund are withdrawing their controversial efforts to seek reimbursement for a trip to Hawaii to attend a conference.
As expected, the Watterson teacher who says she was fired for being gay filed her complaint with a city office today.
An Ohio panel wants to ground those who oversee the state’s pension plans.
State officials were frustrated by two board members of the School Employees Retirement System insisting that they travel to Hawaii for a conference.
The lawyer for a gay teacher fighting to get her job back at Bishop Watterson High School after her mother’s obituary appeared in a newspaper with the name of her partner says Carla Hale will file a complaint with the City of Columbus under its anti-discrimination law.
A city education commission is scheduled to vote today on proposals they say will improve Columbus City Schools. The proposals include a controversial change to the district’s auditor position.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman’s Columbus Education Commission has released proposals it said could help improve the struggling Columbus City Schools.