Each December, a tiny museum in northwest Ohio puts on an elaborate display celebrating a Christmas icon: trains.
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The lawsuit was filed after a group of parents and students claimed the board's controversial resolution violated their First and Fourteenth amendment rights.
Preliminary plans for a new pedestrian bridge connecting Downtown with Mt. Adams are finished, but the Ohio Department of Transportation wants more public input.
The residential school and treatment facility shut down four months ago. The organization running the facility, Rite of Passage, was told they could not renew the contract after an employee was accused of sexual abuse.
Indiana researchers have unveiled a statewide evictions and foreclosures dashboard, believed to be the first of its kind in the country.
Cincinnati landlords with unsafe housing face new regulations under a few ordinances passed in City Council Wednesday.
The three-candidate race for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate in Ohio has been nasty from the start. It's only getting worse.
Cincinnati City Council Member Liz Keating wants to pass an ordinance to make it a local misdemeanor crime not to report a firearm stolen, as well as another ordinance to let the police department destroy a recovered weapon if it's not claimed in a certain amount of time.
WVXU's sister station features classical, jazz, and local music alongside arts and entertainment coverage.
Public media organizations across Ohio have partnered to launch The Ohio Newsroom—offering news coverage and including stories that may not have otherwise been told.
The annual contest invites students to create podcasts and compete for a chance to have their stories featured on NPR.
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