Ohio's infant mortality rate ranks near the bottom among the states.
Columbus City Council last night approved a five year tax break for an internet company to retain and create jobs at a downtown building.
Columbus city officials have created a task force to help deal with the region's high infant mortality rate. Now, five bills designed to combat the problem statewide have been introduced in the legislature.
Columbus City Council has announced the formation of a task force designed to find ways to lower the infant mortality rates in the city and Franklin County.
Health officials say Ohio has one of the highest rates of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in the nation.