A resolution honoring Ohioan and Olympic athlete Jesse Owens has been approved by the U.S. Senate.
The recent death of Billy Milligan has people once again talking about multiple-personality syndrome.
Treatment options for people who suffer from major depression recently have broadened. As WOSU reports, a new therapy that uses magnetic energy is giving some patients relief – and hope – after years of struggling with mental illness.
A prisons inspection committee says work still needs to be done at one of the state’s toughest lock-ups, where inmates continue to report concerns about racism and excessive use of force.
The recent expansion of Medicaid services has helped more people get addiction services.
The goal of the new Columbus program is to link people who need extra food with underused food pantries in their neighborhoods.
Columbus Police say an officer was injured in a crash on the North Side early Monday morning.
Columbus Public Health officials say 23 Franklin County residents were hospitalized by the flu last week. That’s about four times higher than the average week this time of year.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission issued no air quality alerts for Central Ohioin 2014.
West Virginia is selling fracking rights under the Ohio River, and other states in the Ohio River Valley are keeping a close eye to see how the plan plays out.
There’s an ad war underway in Columbus. Central Ohio’s largest hospital systems are spending millions of dollars on marketing. WOSU looks the strategies behind, and the effectiveness of, omnipresent hospital marketing.