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Campus judicial boards operating secretively often are imposing light punishments on students for serious crimes that are never reported to police.
The turkey that will be presented to President Barack Obama this Thanksgiving for the traditional presidential pardon was raised in Ohio.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating an accident that killed a pedestrian on Radford Road.

According to the news release by the Athens Post of the Highway Patrol, Richard Syracuse was hit by a vehicle while crossing the road around 9:39 p.m. on Friday.

Public safety officials in at least three southeastern Ohio counties are urging people to be careful while driving due to icy road conditions.

A records request by The Columbus Dispatch revealed a report that said Ohio has over 31,000 green energy jobs, a number that Democrats say the state wanted to hide. 

West Virginia University president Gordon Gee says a "culture change" is needed on campus in the wake of a fraternity member's death.

Ohio's unemployment rate was down slightly to 5.3 percent for October.

The Department of Job and Family Services released last month's figures on Friday morning.

The White House adviser on violence against women will give the keynote speech at an event focusing on sexual assault on college campuses.

The Ohio House has a passed a bill that would ban the sale of powdered crystalline alcohol.

Representatives passing the measure on Thursday cited safety concerns and problems with underage people easily accessing the powdered alcohol, known as Palcohol.

The Ohio House has passed a bill that would limit time students in the state's public schools spend on standardized tests.