Another store to close at City Center - Classes begin at OSU - Fire safety awareness for students - Columbus City Schools to consider changes to improve test scores - Former Bengal charged with failing to pay child support
It took me a while to get over the dominance of the murder investigation from In the Valley of Elah. A film circumscribed by the Iraq War shouldn't be just about a stateside murder. But it all made sense to me after I thought about how a writer deals with a tragedy of immense proportions?in this case the frustrations of finding a murderer amid the confusing tangle of forensic evidence (Where's CSI when you need it?) tied to a war just as convoluted as the case.
Columbus, OH – Ten Central Ohio jurisdictions spent months outlining plans to preserve the health of the Big Darby Watershed and develop land away from its most sensitive areas. But four of those planning municipalities have yet to officially sign the agreement. Mike Foley has details.
Fire kills five in Greenville - State data theft device impacting Connecticut - Big Darby Accord still lacks official support from four of the ten jurisdictions - Buckeyes move up in poll after big win at Washington
Investigators still searching for cause of the fire that killed five people in Greenville - Officials identify Ohio man who died working in West Virginia - Russian steel company owner tours possible Ohio site - Regulating electricity and more renewable sources - Findlay businesses begin to open again
Columbus, OH – Ohio's Attorney General is filing legal action against 2 Dayton-area charter schools for not living up to their contracts. And these could be just the first of several lawsuits to take aim at charter schools that are doing a poor job across Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Just a couple of weeks ago, Ohio's democratic Governor Ted Strickland unveiled his new energy policy. Now some democrats in the Ohio legislature have a plan of their own. And as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, their plan is more ambitious.
Columbus, OH – The Ohio Inspector General says an organization that claims to help poor families has misspent state money. And as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, it might be hard to get that group to repay the dollars in question.
Columbus, OH – Two republican state senators are demanding that Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner answer 23 questions before she will be allowed to pursue a study on the security of voting machines used in the buckeye state. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles has more on the story.
Candidate drops out of the race for Ohio's 18th congressional district seat - Ohio Democratic Congressman Charlie Wilson visits Iraq and calls the situation there bleak - West Nile Virus not much of a problem in Ohio, unlike some other areas of the country - Legislators place wager in OSU/Washington game - Browns/Bengals part one takes place Sunday
Mason-based lender under scrutiny - Salt Lake City's mayor comes to Columbus Green Expo urging action on the part of government in effort to curb global climate change - Investigation finds an organization that claims to help poor has misspent money
Columbus, OH – The Columbus Blue Jackets opened training camp this week, and Alison Holm reports there are some changes underway for the team that ended last season with one of the worst records in the National Hockey League.