The transformation of the Linden Area began roughly a decade ago with the biggest change coming at the intersection of Cleveland and 11th Avenues. Known as the four corners, it includes a Columbus neighborhood policing center, a COTA transit center, office and retail. Now, Franklin County officials are investing more money to help complete the ten-year plan envisioned by a long-time Linden advocate. Mike Foley reports.
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The Columbus Bar Association has created a website for Central Ohio residents to find area attorneys. Liamlaw.com debuted earlier this month and enters a booming market. Industry experts say internet searches for legal help are at an all-time high with one search engine site last year receiving more than 600 thousand searches for Columbus and Central Ohio lawyers. Columbus Bar Association President Nelson Genshaft tells Mike Foley that high traffic on the web sparked the creation of the liam site.
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Columbus, OH – There was nearly unanimous support for the two year state budget in the House and Senate. But there are still some questions as the spending plan heads to the governor. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – Today marked National HIV Testing Day, and local health officials are hoping their message lingers for those who continue to avoid finding out if they have the virus. Mike Foley reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio voters won't be voting after all on a constitutional amendment to water down the new statewide smoking ban. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reprots the group that backed that proposed amendment for the November ballot has decided to change its battle plan.
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