Ohio Historical Marker on the campus of Wilberforce University
Wilberforce University

Wilberforce University Fights To Keep Accreditation

Wilberforce University in southwest Ohio is renovating its campus buildings and making policy changes as it fights to maintain its accreditation. Members of the Higher Learning Commission are on campus this week to find out whether leaders at the nation’s oldest historically black private university have taken the necessary steps to address low enrollment and financial deficits.
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Soogie Choi / (Siwoo Kim/VIVO Music Festival)

VIVO: Columbus Gets a Summer Classical Music Festival

WOSU's original documentary premieres TONIGHT at 9pm on WOSU TV


The Ohio Democratic Party leader who presided during one of the most successful runs in the party's history has died. Paul Tipps was 78.

Kappa Kappa Gamma
Mandie Trimble / WOSU

Ohio State University has suspended the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority for the next two years. As WOSU’s reports, sorority members will have to move out of the house soon. 

The Ohio Statehouse
Jim Bowen/Flickr

An Ohio Senate panel is slated to start its budget hearings this week as the House is wrapping up its initial work on the state's two-year spending plan.

Well-Traveled Rookie Back With Cavs

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Joe Harris

As the Cleveland Cavaliers were wrapping up their first playoff win in the media spotlight Sunday, their minor league team, the Canton Charge, were ending their season with a playoff loss to the Ft. Wayne Mad Ants. For most of the Developmental League team, that meant the end of the season. But for Joe Harris, it means yet another roster move.

It’s looking more like Gov. John Kasich is going to run for President in 2016.

Jon Costell
Union County Sheriff's Office

A Union county man has been sentenced to life in prison for what prosecutors called the poisoning death of his wife.

Craigslist Facebook sales
WOSU composite / Creative Commons

Buying used items online can be risky. Craigslist and local Facebook groups bring together strangers and have been fertile ground for scammers. So police in Marysville are offering their parking lot as a safe, public place for people to exchange cars, couches, and cash.

File photo

After spending time in the key presidential primary state of New Hampshire, Gov. John Kasich took more questions about his possible presidential campaign on national TV this weekend.

Bank foreclosure sign
flickr / flickr

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

ODNR / Ohio Department of Natural Resources

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