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Hundreds of teachers at Wright State University are on strike.

The union representing faculty at Wright State University near Dayton says it will file a ten-day strike notice today after failing to reach a new contract agreement with the school. 


Springfield police are investigating a murder-suicide. 

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A former Dayton Children's Hospital physician has been sentenced to 10 months in jail for groping two teen female patients.

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Wright State University near Dayton says it put new contracting procedures in place after concerns were raised about payments to a consultant.


U.S. Air Force authorities plan to investigate allegations of visa fraud at Wright State University near Dayton.

Wright State University trustees have voted to cut 31 million dollars from the school's fiscal 2018 budget and will lay off more than 50 employees to deal with a projected deficit.

The owners of a Dayton hotel want the money they lost through canceled reservations when Wright State University decided last year not to host the first presidential debate.

Wright State University near Dayton plans to lay off 70 employees and eliminate 100 vacant jobs to cut 14 million dollars from its budget.

Wright State University's interim president has announced a list of immediate budget cuts.

Wright State University president David Hopkins abruptly resigned on Friday, months before his planned retirement, because of the university's budget crisis.

Wright State University is being sued by a former consultant who alleges the school did not host last year's first presidential debate because of infighting and staff incompetence.

Wright State University near Dayton has hired the school's first female president.

A consultant whose firm helped secure funding for Wright State University and who was later cleared in an investigation of potential lobbying law violations is suing the school for 4.5 million dollars in unpaid compensation. 

Hofstra University will host the first 2016 presidential general election debate, after Wright State University withdrew as host Tuesday, citing rising security concerns and costs.

Debate is underway at Wright State University near Dayton on a package of budget cuts.

Wright State University president David Hopkins says he will retire in June 2017.

State investigators found no evidence of lobbying law violations by a Wright State University consultant whose firm was paid nearly 1 million dollars in 2014 to secure state and federal funding to pay for a presidential debate later this year.

Republican Ohio House speaker Cliff Rosenberger has ordered an ethics investigation of whether a consultant for Wright State University possibly advised the school's president to offer to throw him a major fundraiser while he was advocating for state money.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is investigating whether Wright State University in Dayton and its consultant violated lobbying laws when the school paid him nearly 2 million dollars without prior approval from the state Controlling Board.

More than 60 students and activists marched across the Wright State University campus near Dayton yesterday, demanding the school president meet with them to discuss African-American student rights.

The Commission on Presidential Debates says the first debate between the two major party presidential nominees will be held at Wright State University near Dayton on September 26 of next year.

Three Wright State University administrators, including the school's provost, have been removed from their jobs amid a federal investigation.

Wright State University officials are apologizing for a controversial menu offered to students during this Black History Month. 

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The former Wright State University professor and Oakwood school board president convicted of collecting child pornography has been sentenced to 15 months in federal prison.

International students at a southwest Ohio college are getting help with English from retirees. 

Editors of the student newspaper at Wright State University in Dayton are defending their decision to run a classified ad with racist undertones.

Flu Claims Life Of Ohio College Student

Jan 11, 2013

Green County Health officials investigating the death of a Wright State University student hospitalized with the flu say the young woman appeared otherwise healthy.