Ohio soldier among 14 killed in Iraq - Findlay tries to recover from flooding - Heat continues in Southwest Ohio - Another major toy recall - Bring that cell phone to the Ohio Statehouse - Bald Eagles continue comeback
Ohio Highway Patrol trooper dies from an allergic reaction to a bee sting - Judge rules Euclid's method for electing city council members violates the Voting Rights Act - Sexual misconduct allegations at Ohio prisons
Several Ohio counties affected by flooding - Hundreds mourn one of the rescuers who died attempting to find the trapped miners in Utah - Parents of injured teen sue hosts of high school graduation party
This summer Ohio has seen cold snaps, hot streaks, windstorms, floods, and drought - the weather has been a little more extreme than the typical buckeye summer. Joe Cornely of the Ohio Farm Bureau tells Alison Holm it's been a rough season for farmers.
Columbus, OH – The killing of a homeless man who was panhandling in Cincinnati recently raises a lot of questions about the plight of homeless people in the buckeye state. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports violence against homeless people in Ohio is increasing. A word of warning - some listeners might find parts of this report offensive.
Columbus, OH – A state appeals court has ruled that Ohio auto insurance companies must pay motorists for MORE than just the cost of repairing their damaged vehicles. Consumers advocates are hailing the decision as a victory, but the insurance industry is warning - if the ruling stands, it could force premiums to rise. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen reports.
Relatives of trapped miners unhappy with rescue effort - School bus inspections underway in Ohio - Uniforms proposed for Cleveland school district - Study finds coffee benefits women - Lakes Huron and Michigan losing millions of gallons of water each day
Columbus, OH – Two weeks today, the time of year Ohio college football fans have been waiting months for gets underway, as the Buckeyes take on Youngstown State. And though the matchup features two established Ohio football programs, as of right now most Ohioans won't be able to see it. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.
Utah officials react to mine rescue deaths - Powell residents protest Target store - More precincts to open in Franklin County - Mixed results on Ohio's unemployment numbers - Police dog bites officer in the face -