Here are 10 stories you might have missed over the weekend.


To qualify for food stamps, able-bodied adults without children will be required to spend at least 20 hours a week working, training for a job, volunteering or performing a similar type of activity unless they live in one of 16 counties exempt because of high unemployment.


Whitehall police officers often run into people who are just down on their luck. To help the needy, tap they into a little-known pot of money donated by civic groups for just these situations.


In an exclusive interview with The Dispatch, Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman detailed his fight to improve city schools and explained why passing a tax levy in November is the most vital piece of his intervention.


In case you were living under a rock this weekend, Ohio State beat San Diego State on Saturday 42-7. Read a game recap and analysis.


The Ohio State marching band was a hit once again at Saturday's game. See video of an impressive quadruple Script Ohio.


We are getting a first look at attendance in Columbus City Schools since the district ended its practice of withdrawing and then re-enrolling students who had been absent a lot. According to the "unscrubbed" data, attendance in many schools was not nearly as stellar as previously reported.


Syria’s leaders amassed one of the world’s largest stockpiles of chemical weapons with help from the Soviet Union and Iran, as well as western European suppliers and even a handful of U.S. companies, according to U.S. diplomatic cables and declassified intelligence records.


Here's some news you can use: The rapidly growing use of pre-moistened “personal wipes” -- used by people seeking what’s advertised as a more “thorough” cleaning than toilet paper -- are clogging pipes and jamming pumps. So just because you can flush them, it doesn't mean you should.


A recent survey found that 20 percent of respondents levy a penalty for covering the spouses of workers when other coverage for them is available, charging about $100 per month. And an additional 13 percent of respondents signaled plans to do so in 2014.


Mount Carmel Health System might move its inpatient hospital at the Mount Carmel West campus in Franklinton to Grove City.