Effort to raises awareness of missing persons cases in two neighborhoods.
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Terry Francona is back at Fenway Park as an opposing manager for the first time ...
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It's time to grab your tickets and play the Powerball.
State lawmakers in Ohio are ready to vote on a pair of proposals cracking down ...
Students took matters into their own hands at Bay High School when a cyberbully started attacking students and teachers.
Uncle Sam could put student loans in the hands of Wall Street.
Reading, writing, 'rithmetic - and PE?
He's one of our favorite regulars on the News @ 7 -- Jim Tressel.
This is tornado season in Ohio and schools are practicing mandated tornado drills.
An outbreak of the norovirus -- often called the stomach flu -- has led to the closure of all Brunswick elementary and middle schools for the rest of the week.
All Brunswick City School District elementary and middle schools remain closed until after Memorial Day
The powerful heroin documentary started conversations and now things are moving on the legislative end
Medina City Schools Superintendent Randy Stepp filed a federal lawsuit against board members, district officials
Chardon superintendent who guided the district after a school shooting that killed three students is stepping down.
A new president has been selected for Ohio's largest community college and he's already familiar with the territory.
A group of parents who lost children in the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School are raising money to secure other schools.
We now know to what lengths the Cleveland school district went to provide support, counseling to students after the discovery of Gina, Amanda and Michelle.
Ohio House ready to approve changes to program that requires students to be proficient readers before leaving 3rd grade.
The performance "Without Words Movement" tells the story of human trafficking through dance
A spokesman said Tuesday the speech will be at the Mentor Fine Arts Center at 2 p.m. June 1.
Justine Mann is 9 years old and is teaching a lesson about overcoming adversity.
Four Ohio students -- one from Chagrin Falls -- have been named U.S. Presidential Scholars
Goodbye, No. 2 pencils. Hello, iPads.
Northeast Ohio students receive a total of $100,000 in scholarships
This award is given to 120 graduating seniors that were chosen to represent their schools.
President Obama asked the Ohio State Class of 2013 to stay the course when they stumbled on the road ahead.
President Barack Obama is returning to Ohio to give his first commencement address of 2013 at Ohio State University in Columbus.
Kent State University held its 43rd annual commemoration of May 4, 1970, with events taking place from May 2-5.
Saturday marks the 43rd anniversary of the Kent State University shootings.
Solon schools say Parkside Elementary and Solon Middle school were briefly put on lockdown after police incident outside
Ohio State University officials say security at Sunday's graduation ceremony will be tight.
Judge has ruled the Columbus school board can't legally close its meetings to the public simply by having an attorney in the room
Jim Tressel, vice president of Strategic Engagement at the University of Akron, joined us again Wednesday night.
John Carroll University has officially launched the public phase of a $100 million campaign focused on funding scholarships for bright and talented students.