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One of the men alleging sexual abuse by now-dead Ohio State University team doctor Richard Strauss says he has filed two related complaints with the State Medical Board of Ohio.  

Nationwide Children's Hospital is asking the Columbus City Schools to sign off on a 100-percent tax abatement for a new, for-profit division.

Authorities are investigating after an Ohio State University student was found dead Friday at a construction site on campus. 

Prosecutors in the U.S. Virgin Islands have unveiled a new lawsuit against the estate of Jeffrey Epstein alleging that over two decades he ran a conspiracy in which he transported young women and girls to his private Caribbean islands by helicopter and boat and then subjected them to sexual abuse.

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Ohio State University has suspended three fraternities for hazing, alcohol use and other violations. 

A federal magistrate judge has ordered a man be extradited from California to Ohio to face charges of threatening to shoot up Ohio State University and hurt football players. 

A former Ohio State University swimmer has added his name to the list of atheletes who have accused the late former team doctor Richard Strauss of sexual assault, abuse and inappropriate behavior. 

A California man is wanted in Ohio after being indicted on charges of threatening to "shoot up" Ohio State University in 2018. 

Ohio State University records show the number of rapes reported on campus have increased since 2015. 

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Ohio State University trustees said Thursday the school is committed to a "monetary resolution" for the men abused decades ago by the late team doctor Richard Strauss. 

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Ohio State University has announced that school president Michael Drake will retire next year. 

Ohio lawmakers are looking at removing the statute of limitations and other loopholes for rape cases. 

Campus police are investigating the distribution of racially-charged stickers and fliers at Ohio Wesleyan and Ohio State universities over the weekend. 

A newly surfaced video of an ABC News anchor's unguarded remarks about the network's coverage of the late Jeffrey Epstein has thrown ABC on the defensive.

In a leaked video posted Tuesday by the right-wing activist group Project Veritas, news anchor Amy Robach expresses her frustration to a colleague over ABC's failure to broadcast her interview with a key accuser of Epstein.

A forensic pathologist hired by Jeffrey Epstein's family said he believes Epstein's autopsy suggests homicide rather than suicide. But New York City's chief medical examiner stands by her conclusion that Epstein died by hanging himself.

In a surprise move, the NCAA says it intends to allow college athletes to earn compensation — but it says it's only starting to work out the details of how that would take place. The organization's board of governors said Tuesday that it had voted unanimously to permit student-athletes to benefit from the use of their name, image and likeness.

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A study by Ohio State University researchers shows states that increased the number of behavioral health jobs by ten percent saw a one-point-two percent decrease in suicides by firearms. 

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A nonpartisan coalition seeking to boost Ohio LGBTQ voter turnout in 2020 is launching a campaign that pairs voter registration with drag queens and craft beer. 

More men are stepping forward with allegations about sexual misconduct by a former Ohio State University sports doctor now accused of abusing students from 1979 to 1997. 

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has rejected Ohio State University's effort to trademark the word "The" as part of a merchandising campaign. 

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Ohio State University is raising the minimum wage for qualifying staff members to 15 dollars per hour next year. 

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The State Medical Board of Ohio says its handling of sexual misconduct complaints has "substantially advanced" since its 1996 investigation of an Ohio State University team doctor who was accused of abusing male students but never disciplined. 

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Ohio State University's board of trustees is scheduled to vote today on whether to fire a marketing and logistics  professor who has worked for the school for 17 years. 

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Attorneys for men suing Ohio State University over decades-old alleged sexual misconduct by a team doctor say the growing number of accusers has topped 300.

Ohio State University is attempting to trademark a single word. 

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Funeral services are scheduled next month in Florida for former Ohio State University President Ed Jennings, who died at a Tampa hospital over the weekend at the age of 82. 

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U.S. Attorney General William Barr says he and the Department of Justice were "appalled" and "frankly angry" at the death of Jeffrey Epstein at a federal jail in New York City over the weekend. He blamed the Metropolitan Correctional Center for failing to "adequately secure this prisoner."

With Jeffrey Epstein's death by apparent suicide on Saturday, his accusers lost any chance to watch him stand trial on sex trafficking and conspiracy charges brought by federal prosecutors in Manhattan last month.

But they may still have other ways to pursue justice.

A first-of-its-kind national survey reveals opinions that undermine some of the primary arguments that have been used to restrict the rights of transgender Americans. 

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A panel reviewing whether the Ohio Medical Board properly handled a 1990s investigation involving an Ohio State University team doctor now accused of widespread sexual abuse is getting more time to finish its work. 

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