A judge in Cleveland has ordered new trials for three men convicted of a 1995 slaying because of what she says was “malicious suppression of evidence” by an assistant prosecutor.
Three Ohioans will be part of advisory councils for the Republican National Committee as it reaches out to underrepresented communities.
As the 2010 Census numbers continue to trickle out, the most recent figures released show Franklin County is more diverse.
With a Wall Street bailout bill looming and more and more homeowners facing foreclosure, it’s becoming more apparent that Minorities are affected most by the subprime mess. WOSU reports, experts gathered in Columbus to discuss the crisis and how the bailout bill could affect minority communities.
Ohio State University officials have a lot to boast about when it comes to the incoming freshman class. Average ACT and SAT scores increased. The number of students in the top 10 and 25 percent of their high school class also increased. And more people applied to OSU this year. But those were not the only increases.