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Columbus City Schools Bilked Out Of Tutoring Money

An Ohio audit special investigation found Columbus City Schools was charged close to $1 million for tutoring services children never received. The audit’s findings were released Monday after U.S. Attorneys unsealed an indictment.
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The Central Ohio Transit Authority plans to slowly roll out its new bus network during the next two years. The plan calls for more frequent buses downtown and a host of other changes.

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Ohio charter schools would no longer have to buy back equipment their sponsors purchase with taxpayer dollars under terms of a compromise nearing a possible committee vote.

Early Voting Starts For November Election

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This fall’s election is officially underway with the start of early in-person voting on Tuesday.

Ohioans who repeatedly use guns to commit crimes would face tougher penalties under a proposal being heard by a House committee.

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City leaders in Grandview Heights are expected to revise an ordinance criminalizing the possession of cigarettes and other tobacco products by anyone younger than 21.

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  Bird flu that spread to several Midwest states this year killed more than 50 million turkeys and chickens.  Fortunately for Ohio turkey farmers, the flu never affected their flocks.  Yet they still are dealing with a changing turkey marketplace which could mean higher prices for some turkeys at the grocery store.


A 2-year-old girl who disappeared Friday night from her great-grandparents’ home near Youngstown was found alive Sunday evening in a nearby field.

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Monday is the deadline to register to vote in Ohio's fall election. Ohioans also have until Monday to update their voter information.

This week on After The Score, Steve and Thomas talk about Ohio State at Indiana, the hot start by the Bengals, a federal ruling about college athletics and playoff baseball.

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Columbus City Hall lobbyist John Raphael has agreed to plead guilty to extortion charges involving Columbus elected officials and Redflex, the city's red light camera vendor. 


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