Lottery sales are down this year, and that came up at a meeting of a panel of lawmakers when lottery officials asked for money to renew the contract with the company hired to operate the lottery.
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Two years ago, a WOSU investigation found that in 2011 and 2012 Columbus police shot more people per capita than police in New York City. But in the last year the number of police shootings by Columbus officers has dropped.
Swedish retailer IKEA announced Tuesday it plans to build a store in Columbus near Polaris Mall.
Democrats in the Ohio House are calling for a fair tax structure, investments in education, health care access and increased support for local governments.
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