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Ohio State awards bonus and pay hike to president
 Ohio State University President Michael V. Drake will get a 2.5 percent pay bump and a $212,242 bonus after trustees gave him his annual review on Friday. His base pay will increase to just over $870,000 a year. His benefits package also includes housing, retirement and deferred compensation, a $50,000 expense budget and $100,000 fringe benefit...

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Ohio State University President Michael V. Drake will get a 2.5 percent pay bump and a $212,242 bonus after trustees gave him his annual review on Friday. His base pay will increase to just over $870,000 a year. His benefits package also includes housing, retirement and deferred compensation, a $50,000 expense budget and $100,000 fringe benefit...
Alleged victims in OSU doctor sex abuse scandal speak to trustees for the first time
 For decades, Dr. Richard Strauss preyed upon young men at Ohio State University — watching them shower and groping them during medical exams – but administrators failed to put a stop to sexual abuse, seven men told OSU trustees on Friday. Strauss, who died by suicide in 2005 in California, was a faculty member, student health...

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For decades, Dr. Richard Strauss preyed upon young men at Ohio State University — watching them shower and groping them during medical exams – but administrators failed to put a stop to sexual abuse, seven men told OSU trustees on Friday. Strauss, who died by suicide in 2005 in California, was a faculty member, student health...
Sex abuse investigation of deceased OSU doctor near conclusion
 Investigators reported to Ohio State University trustees on Thursday that it has received 150 first-hand accounts of sexual abuse by Dr. Richard Strauss, conducted 440 interviews and reviewed 34,000 documents. Between 1979 and 1997, Strauss worked at OSU as a team doctor, faculty member and physician at the student health center. He died...

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Investigators reported to Ohio State University trustees on Thursday that it has received 150 first-hand accounts of sexual abuse by Dr. Richard Strauss, conducted 440 interviews and reviewed 34,000 documents. Between 1979 and 1997, Strauss worked at OSU as a team doctor, faculty member and physician at the student health center. He died...
‘Heartbeat’ abortion bill passes Ohio House
 After more than an hour of heated debate, a controversial abortion ban that Gov. John Kasich vetoed two years ago passed the Ohio House on Thursday 60-35 and now heads to the Senate where its fate is unclear. The ‘heartbeat bill’ would prohibit abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which is as early as six weeks into...

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After more than an hour of heated debate, a controversial abortion ban that Gov. John Kasich vetoed two years ago passed the Ohio House on Thursday 60-35 and now heads to the Senate where its fate is unclear. The ‘heartbeat bill’ would prohibit abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which is as early as six weeks into...
Ohio vets of Afghanistan war could miss out on bonus if fund runs dry
 A decade ago, Ohio voters approved a bond issue to fund bonuses for veterans but with just $2.68 million left in the program, the money could run out before the war in Afghanistan ends — raising the prospect that some veterans could miss out. The bonus payouts are scheduled to end three years after the president has declared an end...

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A decade ago, Ohio voters approved a bond issue to fund bonuses for veterans but with just $2.68 million left in the program, the money could run out before the war in Afghanistan ends — raising the prospect that some veterans could miss out. The bonus payouts are scheduled to end three years after the president has declared an end...
6 big issues state lawmakers could consider in the remainder of 2018
 State lawmakers will consider numerous issues when they return to Columbus this month before the two-year session ends in December. They may look at 1,005 pending bills addressing issues including abortion, gun rights, child marriage, amusement ride safety inspections and teen drivers. Some of the notable issues include: House Bill 226, sponsored...

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State lawmakers will consider numerous issues when they return to Columbus this month before the two-year session ends in December. They may look at 1,005 pending bills addressing issues including abortion, gun rights, child marriage, amusement ride safety inspections and teen drivers. Some of the notable issues include: House Bill 226, sponsored...
Abortion, gun bills could get votes in Ohio by end of year
 Ohio legislators return to Columbus this month for a “lame-duck” session — a mad dash of lawmaking before the two-year session ends in December and the newly elected crew takes over in January. There is no shortage of meaty and controversial topics in the statehouse pipeline: relaxing restrictions on fireworks, increasing...

Posted: 7 days ago

Ohio legislators return to Columbus this month for a “lame-duck” session — a mad dash of lawmaking before the two-year session ends in December and the newly elected crew takes over in January. There is no shortage of meaty and controversial topics in the statehouse pipeline: relaxing restrictions on fireworks, increasing...
After Issue 1 fails, state leaders vow to take up criminal justice reform
 After voters statewide rejected Issue 1 this week, state lawmakers are ready to move forward on criminal justice reforms, legislative leaders said Thursday. Ohio’s “big three” political leaders — Senate President Larry Obhof, House Speaker Ryan Smith, and Gov.-elect Mike DeWine — each applauded the failure of...

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After voters statewide rejected Issue 1 this week, state lawmakers are ready to move forward on criminal justice reforms, legislative leaders said Thursday. Ohio’s “big three” political leaders — Senate President Larry Obhof, House Speaker Ryan Smith, and Gov.-elect Mike DeWine — each applauded the failure of...
DeWine proposes cabinet post to focus on military issues, Wright-Patt
 Mike DeWine said Wednesday that as governor he will appoint a cabinet-level official to concentrate on military installations across Ohio, specifically mentioning Wright-Patterson as a key reason for the new position. “As you know, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is a very complex place,” he said at a Wednesday press conference...

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Mike DeWine said Wednesday that as governor he will appoint a cabinet-level official to concentrate on military installations across Ohio, specifically mentioning Wright-Patterson as a key reason for the new position. “As you know, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is a very complex place,” he said at a Wednesday press conference...
Mike DeWine to be first Dayton-area governor since James Cox
 Mike DeWine will be the first Miami Valley man to serve as Ohio governor since Democrat James M. Cox held the post in 1913-15 and 1917-21. Here is a quick look at what they had in common. 1. Farms. Cox and DeWine both started out life on local farms. Cox, the youngest of seven children, was raised on Old Home Farm, his family homestead in...

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Mike DeWine will be the first Miami Valley man to serve as Ohio governor since Democrat James M. Cox held the post in 1913-15 and 1917-21. Here is a quick look at what they had in common. 1. Farms. Cox and DeWine both started out life on local farms. Cox, the youngest of seven children, was raised on Old Home Farm, his family homestead in...
Election highlights: DeWine wins, some familiar names lose, Dayton OKs marijuana issue and more
 Ohio voters picked a new governor, backed the full slate of Republicans to statewide non-judicial offices and killed Issue 1. Local voters backed the Five Rivers MetroParks levy and Dayton voters OK’d effort to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. It also was a night where some familiar faces lost their seats locally...

Posted: 12 days ago

Ohio voters picked a new governor, backed the full slate of Republicans to statewide non-judicial offices and killed Issue 1. Local voters backed the Five Rivers MetroParks levy and Dayton voters OK’d effort to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. It also was a night where some familiar faces lost their seats locally...
DeWine beats Cordray for governor, leads big night for Ohio Republicans
 Republican Mike DeWine won Ohio’s governor race Tuesday in a big night for the GOP, which swept the down ticket executive offices – attorney general, auditor, secretary of state and treasurer – for the third consecutive statewide election cycle.  Around midnight, DeWine and his running mate, Jon Husted, and their...

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Republican Mike DeWine won Ohio’s governor race Tuesday in a big night for the GOP, which swept the down ticket executive offices – attorney general, auditor, secretary of state and treasurer – for the third consecutive statewide election cycle.  Around midnight, DeWine and his running mate, Jon Husted, and their...
What happens if the Ohio governor’s race is too close to call?
 Pollsters and pundits expect the Ohio governor’s race between Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray to be close. Really close. What happens if it’s too close to call on Election Night? The outcome may hinge on provisional and mailed-in absentee ballots. Ohio’s official canvass starts Nov. 17 and end Nov. 27...

Posted: 12 days ago

Pollsters and pundits expect the Ohio governor’s race between Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray to be close. Really close. What happens if it’s too close to call on Election Night? The outcome may hinge on provisional and mailed-in absentee ballots. Ohio’s official canvass starts Nov. 17 and end Nov. 27...
Gov. John Kasich sees an opening for a third party run for president
 During a national TV show today, Republican John Kasich said he sees an opening for a third party candidate to run for president and that he’s keeping his options open. On The Political View this morning, Kasich told Whoopi Goldberg: “I think for the first time there is a legitimate chance for a third party candidate because you...

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During a national TV show today, Republican John Kasich said he sees an opening for a third party candidate to run for president and that he’s keeping his options open. On The Political View this morning, Kasich told Whoopi Goldberg: “I think for the first time there is a legitimate chance for a third party candidate because you...
FOP Lodge denounces campaign ad, issues support for Brookville police
 The Fraternal Order of Police, Ohio Lodge 117, denounced a political advertisement that members said was intended  to benefit State Rep. J. Todd Smith’s, R-Jackson Twp.,  campaign and has issued a message of support for the Brookville police officers. In the ad, Dan Foley, sitting Montgomery County commissioner and Democratic...

Posted: 13 days ago

The Fraternal Order of Police, Ohio Lodge 117, denounced a political advertisement that members said was intended  to benefit State Rep. J. Todd Smith’s, R-Jackson Twp.,  campaign and has issued a message of support for the Brookville police officers. In the ad, Dan Foley, sitting Montgomery County commissioner and Democratic...
Turnout key factor as candidates make final push to woo voters
 It’s a cliche but it’s true: The outcome Tuesday will come down to which side gets their supporters out to vote. And while we won’t know until Tuesday night, there is some indication turnout this year will be higher than recent midterm elections. Early voting numbers were trending higher than the last midterm, according...

Posted: 14 days ago

It’s a cliche but it’s true: The outcome Tuesday will come down to which side gets their supporters out to vote. And while we won’t know until Tuesday night, there is some indication turnout this year will be higher than recent midterm elections. Early voting numbers were trending higher than the last midterm, according...
Ohio GOP says state treasurer candidate Richardson taking illegal labor money
 The Ohio Republican Party filed a complaint alleging that Democrat Rob Richardson’s campaign for state treasurer accepted more than $500,000 in contributions that were improperly funneled through affiliated labor unions in 14 states and the District of Columbia to avoid campaign finance limits. The 18-page complaint filed Tuesday with...

Posted: 18 days ago

The Ohio Republican Party filed a complaint alleging that Democrat Rob Richardson’s campaign for state treasurer accepted more than $500,000 in contributions that were improperly funneled through affiliated labor unions in 14 states and the District of Columbia to avoid campaign finance limits. The 18-page complaint filed Tuesday with...
You can still vote early today until 2 p.m.
 Election Day is tomorrow, but you can still vote early today. Your county board of elections office is open for voters today until 2 p.m. Absentee voting is running higher than in the 2014 midterm elections but voter turnout was just below 41 percent that year and Democrat Ed FitzGerald, who proved to be a flawed candidate, lost in a landslide...

Posted: 18 days ago

Election Day is tomorrow, but you can still vote early today. Your county board of elections office is open for voters today until 2 p.m. Absentee voting is running higher than in the 2014 midterm elections but voter turnout was just below 41 percent that year and Democrat Ed FitzGerald, who proved to be a flawed candidate, lost in a landslide...
County Commissioner Dan Foley accused in TV ad of misusing authority during traffic stop
 Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley, who is running for a seat in the Ohio House, is being accused in a television campaign ad of misusing his authority during a traffic stop by a Brookville police officer in June. The ad features dash-cam video of a field sobriety test administered to Foley after the car he was driving was stopped by...

Posted: 19 days ago

Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley, who is running for a seat in the Ohio House, is being accused in a television campaign ad of misusing his authority during a traffic stop by a Brookville police officer in June. The ad features dash-cam video of a field sobriety test administered to Foley after the car he was driving was stopped by...
Election Poll: Governor race close, Issue 1 support slipping, Brown leads big
 One week before Election Day, the governor’s race is still close between Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Rich Cordray, support for State Issue 1 is fading and U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown appears to be cruising to a big victory, according to a new poll released Tuesday. Baldwin Wallace University Community Research Institute’s...

Posted: 19 days ago

One week before Election Day, the governor’s race is still close between Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Rich Cordray, support for State Issue 1 is fading and U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown appears to be cruising to a big victory, according to a new poll released Tuesday. Baldwin Wallace University Community Research Institute’s...
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