Columbus, OH – Some female backers of Hillary Clinton for President are threatening to campaign against Barack Obama if he winds up getting the Democratic Party nomination. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus police shoot and kill man with gun at apartment complex - A look at how the Dann situation will affect the November election - Schools close or offer training with high turnout expected - Toledo mayor fears turnpike aspect of the governor's plan will hurt norhteast Ohio cities - Boehner says he's not going anywhere - Some Clinton supporters say they will campaign against Obama if he wins the Democratic Party nomination - 45 from James not enough - Reds sweep Indians
Columbus, OH – Columbus authorities identify man shot and killed by police - Three people in armored car heist have their sentencing delayed - Retailer to help pay for energy efficiency audits - Franklin County looks to rebound honeybees with incentives for residents - Heinz plant closure in Dallas means more work for Mason facility - Lottery winner watch - Bengals release another troubled player
Columbus, OH – Ohio's unemployment rate drops - City of Columbus looks to streamline zoning process - Cuyahoga County recorder resigns - U.S. Farm Bill passes - Official numbers are in for Ohio's March 4th presidential primary - Ghost-hunting groups becoming more popular
Arson seriously injures two in Columbus - Big drug and gun bust on west side - McCain offers optimistic view of future - Gas prices in Ohio inch closer to 4 bucks per gallon - High school football tournament coming to Ohio
Columbus, OH – This summer could be a long, hot one for Ohio Democrats. The Inspector General is investigating problems in former Attorney General Marc Dann's office and that probe could last for months, even into the fall when Ohioans are helping elect a president. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports on how the Dann issue could affect that race.
Columbus, OH – Republican presidential candidate John McCain used his Columbus stop to tell a crowd to imagine how much better off the nation and the world could be four years from now, if he's elected in November. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – The investigation into Marc Dann continues even though he's resigned as the state's attorney general. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports on how that probe will be conducted in the coming weeks or months.
Columbus, OH – For the fourth consecutive year, the City of Columbus will deploy a select group of officers that target the city's most crime-laden areas based on real-time data. The new element for this year's Summer Strike Force involves more outreach to residents to help find the hot spots. Mike Foley reports.
Columbus, OH – A plan to put tough new limits on short-term loans will soon be on its way to Governor Ted Strickland to be signed into law. The Ohio Senate today okayed the measure that was approved last week by the Ohio House. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports on the debate.
Columbus, OH – After days of unusual twists and turns, embattled Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann has resigned. Dann's decision to leave came on the very same day that Ohio's Inspector General started a probe into possible wrongdoing by the state's top attorney. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports Dann's much anticipated exit opens the door for new questions about the future of the state's top crime fighting office.
Gahanna attorney arrested in Statehouse basement in an internet child-sex sting receives sentence - Strickland says Dann's replacement will come soon - Strike Force in Columbus seeks more help from residents - A preview of McCain's speech in Columbus - Labor union that endorsed Obama rallies in Columbus for health care changes
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Columbus, OH – Hear from John McCain, who spoke at a CMC forum this morning - Details on a threat made toward one of the women in the attorney general's office who filed sexual harassment complaints - Payday lender to close stores in Ohio after lawmakers pass measure limiting interest rates - Ohio gas prices top national average - Upper Arlington High School classes back in session - Group says rivers in danger due to people using too much water -
High gas prices lead more people to ride COTA - Upper Arlington High School cancels class after threat - Rhode Island Supreme Court to hear case involving Cleveland-based Sherwin Williams - New Columbus zoo director named - Dann on the job after a day that looked like he might resign - An update on McCain's Columbus visit - Lawmaker wants more money for prisons as terms increase for crimes
Columbus, OH – Embattled Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann remains on the job for now. But there was a point earlier yesterday when it looked like he might resign immediately. That didn't happen. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles explains why.
Columbus, OH – Ohio lawmakers are taking two major actions against Attorney General Marc Dann. As Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, Democrats in the Ohio House have filed articles of impeachment while Republicans and some Democrats in the Ohio House and all lawmakers in the Ohio Senate have passed a bill that would allow the inspector general to investigate the situation.
Columbus, OH – Update on Dann - Strickland again says he's not interested in joining a presidential ticket - More homeowners falling behind on mortgage payments - Dominion Homes reports big loss - State tourism officials have high hopes -