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A labor organization in Ohio is questioning a change made to a state budget bill that clarifies that college athletes are not employees under state law.
Nearly two dozen police officers in riot gear dispersed an off-campus party involving University of Cincinnati students.
A judge has set a $2 million bond for a man accused of raping a 13-year-old Columbus girl while she waited for a school bus.
Kent State University says a person suspected of firing a gun on campus has been apprehended, and there’s no longer a threat to anyone at the school.
The “Race for Results” report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation used an index based on 12 factors including math and English scores, teen pregnancy rates, and employment prospects.
Student loan debt in the U.S. now surpasses $1 trillion. Ohio’s senior U.S. senator Sherrod Brown blames the private loan industry for intentionally making loan terms difficult to understand. He’s pushing legislation that would make loan terms more clear. The bill is called the Know Before You Owe Private Student Loan Act.
An annual state audit of Columbus City Schools shows the district does not have to repay any money to anyone.
Gov. John Kasich has signed a bill giving Ohio schools four extra calamity days.
The annual rankings from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation says Delaware County is the healthiest county to live in in Ohio.
It could be next year before a lawsuit filed, last week, by two fired Columbus City Schools principals goes to trial.