Continuing coverage: Police dig in, OSU back to school


Students will try to return to normal at Ohio State today while law enforcement officials continue their investigation into Monday’s attack that injured 11 people.

Stay with us today and throughout the week as our reporters in Columbus and Dayton look into these and other issues:

The investigation: What did police learn as they continued their investigation late Monday and overnight? Police searched the attacker’s residence in an apartment complex on the west side of Columbus and were talking to people he knew. Who was Abdul Razak Ali Artan, and did anyone know what he was planning?

The injured: How are the 11 people who were injured Monday recovering? Some have already been released from the hospital, but others are dealing with more serious injuries, including one person with a fractured skull. Were any of those injured from the Miami Valley?

The mood: What is the mood on campus today? University officials said they would return to a normal schedule of classes and activities today. Are people trying to go about their business, or is the attack dominating campus discussion?

>> Continuing coverage

5 things to know the day after the attack

911 calls describe chaotic attack, aftermath

What we know about attacker Abdul Razak Ali Artan

The day in review: A summary of Monday’s attack


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