Columbus City Schools officials this morning announced a bold move to get more kids to eat breakfast and lunch at school.
Federal and state officials are trying to get more low-income children to participate in free or reduced-price meal programs this summer.
State agriculture officials say beekeepers lost 50 to 80 percent of their honeybees over the winter, threatening the farming industry.
Thousands of families had to find different ways to feed their kids after multiple calamity days at schools cut them off from access to free or reduced-priced meals.
The city of Columbus plans to use fireworks and lasers to scare away the geese officials say are thwarting efforts to develop newly widened Olentangy River banks.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says American farmers produced nearly 14 billion bushels of corn in 2013.
New data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows low-income Ohioans continue to have problems feeding themselves and their families.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has slightly lowered its estimate of the size of this year's corn crop, reflecting late planting in Ohio and other states caused by a wet spring.
The federal government estimates 766 million dollars, or one percent of food stamp benefits, are misappropriated because of fraud.