High-profile shootings involving law enforcement and young black men are a serious concern, according to Ohio’s governor. As Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports -- leaders from both sides of the aisle are joining forces to take action before the unrest reaches a tipping point.
Ohio’s junior senator is speaking out for the first time about his decision to take his name out of the running for the Republican nomination for president in 2016. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports.
The Zoom Family Film Festival, the Wexner Center for the Arts annual international film festival for kids, kicks off tonight with a special screen of the musical Oklahoma. Movies, shorts, even experimental works for younger audience start Friday and run thru Sunday. Associate film curator Chris Stults tell Alison Holm the festival brings families something a little different from the latest Hollywood offerings.
For more information and films and times, check www.wexarts.org.
An Ohio State Football player, who disappeared just days before a game against the team’s biggest rival, was found dead over the weekend -- apparently by his own hand. As Ohio Public Radio’s Andy Chow reports -- the team is still baffled by the loss of a player who many describe as happy and energetic.
A 45-year-old inmate convicted and sentenced to die for the slayings of fellow inmates during the 1993 Lucasville prison riot is challenging his convictions and death sentences before the 6th U.S. Circuit court of Appeals in Cincinnati today.