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Columbus Man Accused Of Terrorism Has June Trial Set

A Columbus man accused of federal terrorism charges faces a June trial.
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Joe Panzner

This Sunday, I will be joining thirteen musicians in Kerns Chapel at Capital University for a presentation of composer Michael Pisaro's work, The rain of alphabets.

Dr. Joe Panzner, adjunct-professor of Music at Capital University invited friends and students to join the performing ensemble this week, and I decided it was time to add a new dimension to my repertoire. 

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Statistics provided by the Ohio Supreme Court show that foreclosure filings declined in the state in 2014 for the fifth straight year.

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  The Ohio Department of Natural Resources continues to implement new policies at Buckeye Lake, where federal officials have warned a deteriorating dam could fail.

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A federal grand jury Thursday charged Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud of supporting terrorism and lying to the FBI.

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A would-be libertarian candidate in Ohio's gubernatorial election last year has filed a complaint alleging Gov. John Kasich's re-election team broke election law and owes a hefty fine.


State Auditor Dave Yost is furious over a move by fellow Republicans to stifle his new public records audit system aimed at resolving disputes over records before a lawsuit is filed.

Ohio Senator Unveils New Charter School Overhaul

Apr 16, 2015
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It looks like overhauling Ohio’s charter school system requires a lot of heavy hitters from the political arena. A diverse group of leaders have joined together to tackle what they call a pressing issue.

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As House leaders put forward a budget that they say will help people out of poverty, the directors of the state’s job and family services agencies say they have some answers as to why people need public assistance.

Blue Jackets Watching Playoffs From Home After Down Season

Apr 16, 2015
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Columbus Blue Jackets

The National Hockey League playoffs are underway, but the Columbus Blue Jackets are watching from home after an injury-riddled season.

A United Nations official says the world body is considering some Ohio sites for inclusion on an exclusive list.