Ohio soldier dies in Iraq - Speed chase runs through three counties - A preview of the week ahead for lawmakers - Trauma system has flaws according to Ohio's medical experts - Largest food price increase in 18 years
Columbus, OH – This Memorial Day marks a special event at the Ohio Statehouse. Artist Anita Miller has painted pictures of the 23 members of Lima Company who lost their lives while serving in Iraq in 2005. More than one thousand military members and their families, along with state dignitaries, gathered for the unveiling of the Lima Company Memorial. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles was there and has this sound portrait.
Columbus, OH – Illinois Senator Barack Obama remains ahead of New York Senator Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential race. But a new poll shows Obama is behind Republican candidate John McCain in key swing states like Ohio that often determine the winner of general elections. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio legislators are now planning to move ahead with a multi-state plan to ban shipments of water from Lake Erie and other Great Lakes to other regions of the country. There HAD been a political roadblock to an Ohio ratification of the plan, but it's being removed. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen.
Zainesville police officer pleads guilty to federal charges - Ohio House approves budget cuts - Franklin County judge denies bond for former Buckeye - Newspaper reports that Dann used campaign donations for hundreds of meals and a satellite radio - Columbus police officer whose life was saved by seat belt urges motorists to buckle up - Tribe hitting slump continues/Reds drop 4th straight game
Columbus, OH – Ohio Senate considers mail-only voting when there are only issues on the ballot - Ohio legislators pass scrap metal bill - Record gas prices again - Find out how Ohioans are handling those gas prices -
Columbus, OH – Ohio man enters plea on charges of plotting violent attacks at high schools - Fatal crash in Clermont County - Ohio Department of Transportation to find new partner for sign ads - Ohio House moves along bill that would mandate sale of safe cigarettes - Officials warn of scams related to recent disasters - Taft declines chance to comment on Dann - Strickland mum on possible replacements for Dann
BMV glitch could continue - Opponents of Great Lakes Compact will support the plan with one change - Project Mentor a success in Columbus - Coalition pushes for more school for students - Ohio among several states cracking down on telemarketing scams - Democrats name successor for Barrett - Former Penn State football player injured at a game in Columbus set to graduate
Columbus, OH – As the presidential campaigns grind toward the conventions later this year, a group of education professionals and former elected officials are hoping they can steer the candidates toward their cause - which includes a somewhat controversial proposal. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – Some Ohio lawmakers are introducing a bill that would allow for the use of medical marijuana in the Buckeye State. It's not the first time this idea has been floated in the Ohio legislature. Some lawmakers have been trying to pass it for more than a decade. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports backers of this plan are hoping it won't go up in smoke this time.
Columbus, OH – The Ohio House of Representatives has approved a two-prong plan to create jobs while boosting high-tech research, paying for highway improvements, and funding college internships. If state senators add their okay, Ohio voters will help decide the fate of one of the two prongs. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – New York Senator Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign says the former first lady has picked up the endorsement of an Ohio superdelegate. Northeast Ohio attorney Craig Bashein says he'll vote for Clinton at the Democratic National Convention this summer.
Bashein stated that Clinton has the strength to defeat Republican John McCain in November.
The Democratic Party added Bashein and another person as superdelegates earlier this month. The other announced support for Obama.
"Legend says that a crystal skull was stolen from a mythical lost city in the Amazon, supposedly built out of solid gold, guarded by the living dead. Whoever returns the skull to the city temple will be given control over its power." Indiana Jones
Major pharmaceutical company reaches multi-million-dollar settlement with Ohio and several other states - Unusual drug seizure in Lucas County - Agent says Columbus is becoming the modern day version of Miami in terms of heroin distribution - Hilliard police charge bus driver in crossing guard's death - Gilbert talks about future of the Cavs and LeBron James
Columbus, OH – Clinton picks up Ohio superdelegate - McCain says he'll attend NAACP convention in Cincinnati - Cleveland Clinic expert talks about Ted Kennedy's condition - I-74 commuters may face months of alternate routes - Ohio lawmakers push for bill to ban Bodies exhibit - Ohio concerned about drop in fishing licenses - Federal judge says Victor too close to Victoria