Gas prices continue to climb to record highs in Ohio - The state's unemployment rate rose in April - OU students lack confidence in university president - Blood drive for the military this weekend at OSU -
Columbus, OH – Many Ohio legislators say some dog breeding operations are so big and careless, they are subjecting the animals to deplorable conditions. The lawmakers are renewing their call for a new state law to regulate the breeders. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio's Governor has signed an executive order that establishes a policy against discrimination of state employees based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles has more on the story.
Columbus, OH – Officials will more than double the amount of drop-off recycling locations in Franklin County thanks to a partnership between Columbus Public Schools, the city and the region's solid waste authority. Mike Foley reports.
Columbus, OH – A watered-down bill to slap new statewide regulations on adult entertainment businesses passed the Ohio House of Representatives Wednesday, but not until critics loudly bashed the measure on the House floor. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – While many political pundits, pollsters and reporters are paying close attention to the Republican and Democratic presidential races, many registered voters in Ohio are paying little attention. The latest University of Cincinnati Ohio Poll shows 26 percent of registered voters are paying a lot of attention, and 12 percent are not thinking at all abou the races. But Republican and Democratic voters give high marks to the candidates of their particular party. Hear Jim Letizia's interview with Eric Rademacher, who directs the Ohio Poll.
Columbus, OH – Two Republican lawmakers say they will vote against Governor Strickland's entire budget if it includes E-check, the controversial auto emissions testing program that was supposed to end this year. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
Yolanda King died late Tuesday in Santa Monica, California. The first-born daughter of Coretta Scott King and Martin Luther King Junior was 51. King visited Columbus back in January, giving a speech at Columbus State Community College. She urged people to use the power of choice and encouraged everyone to ask themselves some tough questions. Please listen to these audio clips from King's January 11th, 2007 Columbus visit.
Columbus, OH – Columbus school officials say charter schools and school vouchers continue to take a big bite out of the district's budget. But they say it's too early to start talking about a tax levy for next year. Alison Holm reports.
Ohio files suit against foster care agency - One poll shows a tight presidential race, while another finds little interest in that contest right now - Damage to crops in Ohio not as bad - Bicycle riders will raise safety awareness tonight - Truck owners support higher fuel efficiency standards