Abby Vesoulis

Digital News intern
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Jordan, a college student in Central Ohio, is a lot like many of his classmates. He does well in school, has a part-time internship, a solid group of friends – and also uses cocaine.

Fairy Goodmothers

A nonprofit group based out of Columbus took on the mission of providing prom dresses to teenage girls in the area who would otherwise be unable to afford them.

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Columbus Police officials say the process of equipping officers with body cameras is ahead of schedule and should be completed by early summer.

Rebecca Gross

Jennifer Malik is a few months away from earning a doctoral degree in biomedical engineering from The Ohio State University. But that’s not the only way she’s been keeping busy: Malik also became the latest Buckeye to win a national championship.

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The number of Ohio residents issued concealed carry licenses decreased from 2016 to 2017, despite new legislation that expands the list of acceptable places licensees are permitted to carry their weapons.

Elaine Thompson / Associated Press

Following the shooting deaths of 17 people at a Florida high school, Ohio's candidates for governor are coming out to declare their stances on gun control and Second Amendment rights.

Richard Spencer
David J Phillip / Associated Press

White nationalist Richard Spencer’s plan to speak at the University of Cincinnati has been scuttled by a legal standoff over the Ohio school's demand for a security fee of nearly $11,000.

The Bartholomew House on state Route 315 was one of several homes that used to safeguard escaped slaves on the Underground Railroad in Delaware County.
Delaware County Historical Society

Delaware County’s historical society has identified several homes that were stations on the Underground Railroad between 1800 and 1863.

Ohio National Guard

Ohio lawmakers are presenting a united front in efforts to get a missile defense base located at Camp Ravenna in Northeast Ohio.

Clare Roth / WOSU

After Ohio State suspended all male fraternities in November for alarming allegations of student conduct violations, several have since been granted permission to resume their activities. But the suspensions have cast a long shadow over sorority and fraternity recruitment week.