Strickland proposes health insurance coverage for all Ohio children - Columbus City Council approves firefighter training complex and job creation tax credit - Cuyahoga County names new Board of Elections director - Bob Evans founder suffers stroke
Columbus, OH – The wife of Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has submitted her resignation to the Ohio Department of Development. Frankie Coleman is leaving while an investigation continues into her work hours in her state job. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
This week, Ohio legislators discuss budget, fishing, and roadway cameras - Governor Strickland freezes non-union state workers' salaries - School bus driver caught with booze and teens will serve no jail time
Proposed ballot issue could reduce local share of school expenses - Ohio Department of Transportation holds public meeting to plan reduction of I-70/71 split traffic - Golf pencil producer's warehouse burns down - "Hang on Sloopy: The Music of Ohio" exhibit opens at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Columbus, OH – Almost three years after agreeing to build a neighborhood policing center in The Ohio State University area, Thursday, Columbus and OSU officials broke ground on the project. Mike Foley reports.
Ohio Attorney General sues mortgage lenders - State Teacher's Retirement System is outdated says Fordham Institute - 15-year-old from Hilliard will be OSU's youngest ever B.A. recipient - Franklin County offers free summer camps for needy families
Compromise, consensus, and alignment are the buzz words surfacing from a recent report stating OSU officials need to do a better job agreeing on the scope of the massive medical center expansion plan. Mike Foley reports.
Films reviewed: Ocean's Thirteen; Paris, je t'aime
By hosts John DeSando and Clay Lowe
It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including Silver Microphone and Communicator honors.
Drs. Lowe and DeSando were moderator and panelist respectively on TV 25's World Film Classics. Both have been professors, Lowe at Ohio State University and DeSando at Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus, OH – After struggling for years with failed levies and shrinking ridership, the Central Ohio Transit Authority is starting to bounce back. Hear more from COTA president Bill Lhota, who appeared at Wednesday's Columbus Metropolitan Club luncheon.
Columbus, OH – The war over legalized gambling in Ohio is spreading to the radio airwaves. Gambling critics are now airing commercials. They are aimed at convincing state legislators NOT to move ahead with a plan to let people at race tracks bet on the outcome of video tape replays of old horse races from across the country. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Strip club owners and dancers trying to overturn restrictions with ballot measure - Columbus City Council approves money to rennovate building for future offices - Surgery on conjoined twins halted for now - Arts festival in Columbus begins