Columbus Urban League

United Way of Central Ohio

United Way of Central Ohio's Board of Directors approved $7.6 million in funding for 93 nonprofits in the region to help the groups meet basic needs and improve student success.

Columbus City Attorney's Office

Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein today released 8 recommendations to reform the culture of justice in the city.

A Cincinnati police officer escaped injury when his helmet was struck by a bullet during a police brutality protest early Sunday while in Columbus a fire considered suspicious destroyed a nearly completed apartment building.

Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther and other city leaders said Monday they support a bill raising the state's gas tax by 18 cents a gallon to help maintain roads and bridges.

Two former Columbus Urban League employees have filed a lawsuit claiming they were fired for being lesbians. 

The City of Columbus is taking additional steps to build on its status as a welcoming community to immigrants and refugees.

Wednesday's Columbus Metropolitan Club forum focused on Franklin County's eviction rate, which is the highest in the state.

Advocates for the homeless and social service groups held a forum yesterday on the connection between racism and homelessness.

Issues 50 and 51 on the ballot this fall for the Columbus City Schools have been unprecedented, both in the size and the scope of the plans, and in the amount of passion they have inspired for and against. 

55-year-old Ovell Harrison served as Director of Education Services between 2004 and 2010.