Bill O'Neill
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Justice O'Neill Stands By Facebook Post On Sexual History, Despite Calls For Resignation

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill offered a bit too much information in a Facebook post on Friday, leading to calls for resignation from both Democrats and Republicans. But O’Neill said he wasn’t hacked and is standing by his comments.

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While the Trump administration continues the federal government's already-massive deportation program, 11 cities and counties will be joining the list of jurisdictions providing legal defense for undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation.

Columbus Board of Education

After voting "no confidence" in Columbus’ school board in September, the city's teachers union will continue working with that exact same board after every incumbent was re-elected in Tuesday’s election. 

Yes We Can Columbus

In Tuesday’s election, every Democratic incumbent in the Columbus City Council and school board races cruised to victory.

Ohio State Buckeyes

A new era of Ohio State men's basketball begins at home on Friday night, as Chris Holtmann starts his tenure as the Buckeyes' head coach. 

There's a new website aimed at collecting personal stories and telling the history of the region's African American community.

Case Western Reserve University

As GOP Senators revealed their tax reform plan in Washington today, members of the House Ways and Means committee moved forward with amendments to their version of the bill. The House plan includes at least one provision that has university presidents up in arms.

Stonewall Columbus

Ohio is one of the nation’s leading states when it comes to equal treatment in the workplace in terms of sexual identity, according to a new report.

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Ohio State's former football coach Jim Tressel is among those who are talking about suicide and what the state is doing to prevent it. 

Allegra Boverman

Gov. John Kasich still won’t say whether he’ll be on the ballot again, but he did have some thoughts about how Democrats and his fellow Republicans fared in Tuesday’s election results.

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On a fall morning, Gary Jones takes a walk in his wooded property in Licking County. Like many people, long walks helps him to clear his head.

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