Gabe Rosenberg

Digital News Editor

Gabe Rosenberg joined WOSU in October 2016. A Pittsburgh native, Gabe graduated with a bachelor's degree in American Studies from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. 

Before coming to Columbus, he worked as a digital news assistant for NPR in Washington, DC, reporting and writing for NPR's website and blogs. His work has also appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Columbia Journalism Review, and Consequence of Sound.

He is a lifelong Fountains of Wayne fan and pun aficionado.

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Richard Cordray continues to consolidate support for his run for Ohio governor, as another former Democratic rival drops out of the race and backs his campaign.

Amy Sancetta / Associated Press

Former Cleveland mayor, U.S. Rep. and two-time presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich confirmed rumors on Thursday by announcing his campaign for governor. He becomes the sixth Democrat in the primary.

Mark Duncan / Associated Press

After the departure of Ohio treasurer Josh Mandel from the U.S. Senate primary, Rep. Jim Renacci announced Thursday that he would launch his own bid for Congress.

Phil Long / Associated Press

Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel is dropping out of the Republican primary for U.S. Senate.

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Ohio is one of 11 states that’s joined a lawsuit to reinstate President Donald Trump’s executive order threatening funding cuts to so-called “sanctuary cities.”

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Police in Columbus and around the country are once again urging residents not to shoot off guns to celebrate the New Year and are warning of criminal charges against those who do and are caught.

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This story is part of the Curious Cbus project. You ask the questions, you vote for one of the questions and we answer.

At the turn of the 20th century, thousands of migrants were arriving into Columbus by the railroad, greeted by the arches of Union Station. Poor, and with few connections in the city, these migrants didn’t stray far.

While a new report calls the state's cash bail system "unfair" to poor defendants, both the Ohio Bail Agents Association and the ACLU of Ohio disagree with a plan to reform the system – for very different reasons.

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Gov. John Kasich led an effort by governors of both parties urging Congress to reauthorize funding for the popular Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP.

Bill O'Neill
Bill O'Neill

Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill says he's staying in the Democratic gubernatorial primary race and will step down from the court, despite previous promises to drop out if Richard Cordray entered the contest.

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