Columbus – A new study shows Alzheimer's patients' caregivers suffer physically and emotionally. Executive director of the Central Ohio chapeter of the Alzheimer's Association Michelle Chippas tells Mike Foley caregivers need relief as well.
Columbus, OH – The numbers of abortions performed in Ohio are at record lows. And both sides in the abortion debate have their reasons why that's the case. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council heard a request from the public utilities department to raise water and sewer rates by 7.1 percent for city and suburban customers next year. Jim Letizia has details.
Columbus, OH – Registered voters in Ohio were barraged by them--and people who weren't planning on voting got them. Robocalls are a tool of the political trade that got used quite a bit this campaign season. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – Serious runners are often faced with the challenge of keeping the pounding and muscle pain to a minimum. There's a new trend that could be the ticket to more enjoyable, injury-free running. Cheri Lawson of member station WMUB in Oxford reports.
Columbus, OH – Registered voters in Ohio were barraged by them - and even people who weren't planning on voting got them. They're nicknamed "robocalls", and they're a tool of the political trade that got quite a workout in this campaign season - whether voters liked it or not. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – More bad news for Ohio's economy today. The shipping company DHL says it will cut 95-hundred jobs in the US. And though DHL says its hub in Wilmington will continue to operate, this is just the latest in a series of job losses and layoffs to slam Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler has more.
Columbus, OH – Running for office is grueling, for the candidates and their families but also for the men and women who are the ground forces in the campaign - the volunteers and staffers in the campaigns. And in a critical swing state, for the last few months these folks have been knocking on doors, making calls and raising money 24-7. So what happens to these workers now that the campaign is over? Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – Nearly 13,000 Ohioans registered and voted at the same time during what was known as the golden week in Ohio. It started at the end of September - the period of time between the beginning of early voting and the voter registration deadline. Ohio's Republican party unsuccessfully fought against that overlap period in court. Now, as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, one leader of the GOP is saying he wants to see legislation that would outlaw it.
Columbus, OH – Voters this week turned control of the Ohio House over to Democrats, delivering upsets to Republican incumbents in some areas and electing Democrats to seats that were up for grabs because of term limits. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Many of Norman Rockwell's Saturday Evening Post magazine covers come to life for the next four months at the Ohio Historical Society. WCBE took a tour of the exhibit with the Ohio Historical Society's Connie Bodner as our guide.