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82 Mumps Cases Now Reported In Franklin County

Mar 27, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials say a dozen more Ohio State University students and one staffer have been added to the list of people infected with mumps, bringing the total number of cases to 82.

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The number of cases in the outbreak of mumps that first surfaced in the OSU area has risen to 63 across Franklin County.

Number Of Mumps Cases At OSU Now More Than Two Dozen

Mar 21, 2014
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Columbus Public Health officials have confirmed five more cases of mumps at Ohio State University, bringing the total to 37.

Still More Mumps Cases At OSU

Mar 20, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials say the number of mumps cases at Ohio State University has risen to 32.

Mumps Cases At OSU Increase

Mar 18, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials say they have confirmed 23 cases of mumps at Ohio State University.

Ohio State University students returning from spring break today are being warned to take precautions against the mumps. 

More Mumps Cases At OSU

Mar 13, 2014
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 Columbus Public Health officials say the number of cases of mumps at Ohio State University is now up to 19.

16 cases of the mumps have been confirmed in an outbreak at Ohio State University, but officials say that number could climb.

Mumps Outbreak Reported At OSU

Mar 7, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials are investigating a possible mumps outbreak at Ohio State University.

Cancer patients across the country will now have access to a drug tested at Ohio State University.

Ohio State University will offer scholarships for veterans, active military service members and their spouses through a partnership with the Pat Tillman Foundation. 

Ohio State University's new president will earn about $1 million annually in total compensation, or about half of what his predecessor made.

Ohio State University is poised to hire the school's first African-American president.

Ohio scientists and clergy members are scheduled to meet on Sunday to participate in what is called a "Teach-In" on global climate change.

Miller Staying, Vrabel Leaving

Jan 10, 2014

Ohio State defensive line coach Mike Vrabel will leave to become linebacker coach for the Houston Texans.

Buckeye Football Player Suspended

Jan 2, 2014

Ohio State University has suspended defensive end Noah Spence for three games for violating an undisclosed Big Ten conference rule.

Columbus police officers accused of using excessive force on an Ohio State University student admit punching him up to seven times, spraying mace in his face, and hog-tying him, but say they did nothing wrong.

OSU Dean Leaving

Dec 17, 2013

The dean of Ohio State University's College of Business says she will resign next year.

No Money For Family Of Man Killed By OSU Elevator

Dec 17, 2013

The Ohio Court of Claims has rejected a negligence claim filed by the wife of a man crushed to death by an elevator in a closed hotel on Ohio State University's campus.

UA Promotes Tressel

Dec 13, 2013

Former Ohio State University football coach Jim Tressel has been named an executive vice president at the University of Akron.

The NCAA says Ohio State University will host nine championship events over the next four years.

A group critical of Governor John Kasich's private job creation entity, JobsOhio, says the California venture capitalist that served as its first president may have used that position to set himself up for a big payday in the future.

Big Ten Reprimands Football Buckeyes

Dec 3, 2013

The Big Ten conference has publicly reprimanded Ohio State offensive lineman Marcus Hall and the football coaching staff for their actions in the wake of a fight during Saturday's game at Michigan.

Sexual harassment claims among the Ohio State University cheerleading team have lead to the firing of its head coach.

Ohio State University crews are searching for a leak in Mirror Lake.

Records Show OSU Considered Sensitivity Training Before Gee Resigned

Nov 13, 2013
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Email records obtained by the Associated Press show Ohio State University began planning cultural sensitivity training for then-president Gordon Gee after he made comments slurring Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools last December.

The search for the next president of Ohio State University is projected to cost more than 300 thousand dollars.

The NCAA says Columbus is a finalist to host eight championships over the next five years, including hockey, women's volleyball and swimming and diving.

Columbus City Council last night approved a 7.2 million dollar payment to Ohio State University.

A spokesperson says the former head of Ohio Governor John Kasich's job-creation entity JobsOhio approached the state's largest pension fund seeking private investment business but was rejected.

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