Wright State students line up to ask questions during a student-government-sponsored townhall meeting ahead of the planned faculty strike.
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Wright State Faculty Union Strike: What Students Should Know

Wright State University’s faculty union is preparing for a campus-wide strike next week. The strike by more than 500 union members is set to begin Tuesday. And Wright State students -- many of whom just returned last week for the spring semester -- are concerned about how the strike could affect them.

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Food Pantries Report Spike In People Seeking Assistance Amid Ongoing Partial Government Shutdown

The Dayton Foodbank is reporting an uptick in new clients seeking emergency food assistance as the partial government shutdown continues into its fourth week.

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After nearly 50 years on the air at WYSO, the Duffee brothers are giving up their weekly radio gig, A Country Ramble (you'll still hear them from time to time helping out with other shows)


Conrad's Corner: January 19, 2019

12 hours ago

Herb Martin reads his poem, "My Mother At The End Of Her Days."

Conrad's Corner: January 18, 2019

23 hours ago

Matthew Birdsall reads his poem, "Loveseat"

Fish Fry! Don’t miss the fun, Big Cash Raffle,  Silent Auction, Casino Games, Cards, & the 50/50 split the pot raffle! This Fish Fry and more is tonight 7pm to midnight at St. Albert The Great in Kettering.

Conrad's Corner: January 17, 2019

Jan 17, 2019

Audrey Hackett reads her poem "Maine Circa 1984"

Conrad's Corner: January 16, 2019

Jan 16, 2019

Conrad Balliet reads Myrna Stone's poem, "Panegyric for Cows."

Four medical marijuana dispensaries are now open in Ohio and more are planned to come online in the future. And the number of conditions for which marijuana can be used in Ohio could expand too.

The state department of transportation has a bigger job than usual in changing the 36 road signs at Ohio’s borders that feature the new governor’s name. 

Updated at 7:18 a.m. ET

Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown took a step towards a 2020 presidential campaign, announcing a tour of states holding early presidential primaries next year.

Seeking to counter President Trump's appeal to white, working-class voters that helped him flip Ohio and other key midwestern states, Brown is launching a "Dignity of Work" tour through Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.

Conrad's Corner: January 15, 2019

Jan 15, 2019

Julie Moore reads Lianne Spidel's poem, "Unsung."

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine set his sights on working for the future in his ceremonial inauguration today.