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  • Ohio State University anticipates $3M increase in royalties following football team's victory

    Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes' victory in the NCAA's championship football game. The university expects a $3 million increase this year in royalties from licensed merchandise sales as fans continue to buy national championship...
  • Football title worth big merchandise bump for Ohio State

    Football title worth big merchandise bump for Ohio State
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes' victory in the NCAA's championship football game. The university expects a $3 million increase this year in royalties from licensed merchandise sales as fans continue...
  • Obama's calm global strategy set to pay off in 2015

    The Obama administration's "lead from behind" approach in relations with the rest of the world could work well for it in 2015. Cooperating with allies rather than 'going-it-alone' holds promise for dealing with the major issues facing the world. 'Shoot...
  • Metra presents rail-crossing safety seminar in person and online

    Metra presents rail-crossing safety seminar in person and online
    Larry Green, the public safety director for Metra, had some advice for anyone whose car is stuck on railroad tracks when a train is approaching, and it went beyond the obvious "get out of the car." But Green, speaking Thursday morning to about 150...
  • Florida's 'middle market' companies plan to invest and hire

    Florida's 'middle market' companies plan to invest and hire
    Nearly four out of five "middle-market" companies in Florida are poised to invest, including in new employees, according to a survey released Tuesday by the National Center for the Middle Market. Middle Market companies represent one-third of the...
  • Forget football — Ohio State students spend break volunteering with Habitat for Humanity

    Forget football — Ohio State students spend break volunteering with Habitat for Humanity
    Not every Ohio State University student spent the week leading up to its Monday night's football national championship came against Oregon engrossed in all the media hype. More than a dozen spent it laboring in the rundown neighborhood of Skyline...
  • Coyotes finding new home in downtown Chicago

     Coyotes finding new home in downtown Chicago
    Coyotes usually try to avoid human contact. Yet animal experts say an increasing number of coyotes are setting up shop in one of most dense urban labyrinths: downtown Chicago. The seemingly incongruous marriage between coyotes and a people-packed...
  • Men who post lots of selfies may have psychopathic traits, study says

    Men who post lots of selfies may have psychopathic traits, study says
    Posting selfies on social media actually may expose some antisocial characteristics, according to recent research. A December study from Ohio State University concluded that men who frequently post and edit photos of themselves on social media also...
  • Burbank Council Candidate: Sharon Springer

    Burbank Council Candidate: Sharon Springer
    At a Glance: Age: 58 Occupation: Nonprofit administration at EngAGE Political affiliation: Democrat Education: Ohio State University -- Master's in City and Regional Planning University of South Alabama -- Bachelor's of Science in Geography Jefferson...
  • New Focus On Concussions: No More 'Shake It Off'

    New Focus On Concussions: No More 'Shake It Off'
    On warm summer days in the 1970s, Harry Bellucci and his Bulkeley High teammates battled through double-session football practices. Bellucci, who graduated from the Hartford school in 1975, recalls participating in practice with a pounding headache...
  • Yes: Bans favor criminals, make students sitting ducks: Front Burner

    Yes: Bans favor criminals, make students sitting ducks: Front Burner
    One month ago, a madman hellbent on destruction opened fire on students and staff at Florida State University's Strozier Library. In a scene that plays out all too often, we were reminded once again of a harsh reality: Campus gun bans only disarm the...