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Ohio appeals to keep Sawmill Wetlands open to public

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Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Christopher Brown decided September 2 that development company JDS So Cal Ltd. should receive the title to the Sawmill Wetlands by the end of the month.Read more

Developer of Sawmill Wetlands open to negotiations

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The developer set to take control of the Sawmill Wetlands Education Area says they are open to negotiating with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for a land swap.Read more

Both sides claim victory in ECOT court decision

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The Ohio Department of Education and ECOT are in court battling how the school should prove that students are actually attending their online courses.Read more

Ohio lawmaker tackles submeter utility reform

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Submetering means people pay their utility bills to a company different from the actual utility generator.Read more

Fatal accident involving Worthington teens is third crash in 8 days at intersection

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Residents told 10 Investigates roadwork on nearby US Route 6 between Bowling Green and Napoleon is sending a lot of traffic through usually quiet country roads.Read more

ECOT claims state broke law in audit

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Online charter school Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow claims the audit methods used by the Ohio Department of Education is illegal.Read more

Thousands face delays in Ohio nursing license renewal

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The nursing board says 11,000 nurses have successfully renewed their licenses this year. But that's only one-fifth of the nearly 58,000 Ohio nurses needing renewal.Read more

ECOT's tab for Ohio taxpayers: $280,000 and growing

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ECOT helps educate more than 15,000 students statewide using online only classrooms instead of the traditional brick and mortar schools.Read more

Ethics Commission clears Columbus Mayor of wrongdoing in football trip

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Mayor Andrew Ginther and two other council members will pay $446.53 for a controversial trip received from a now-convicted lobbyist to a championship football game.Read more