The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
Contractors digging a trench for a fiber optic box near Cincinnati earlier this month found human remains. They also found an ornamental plate known as a gorget.
A fiercely divided Ohio Supreme Court has upheld the power of state-level oil and gas drilling regulations to supersede local zoning laws, dealing a major blow to local communities with bans on “fracking” and other drilling activity.
A treasure hunter accused of cheating investors out of their share of his historic underwater find of gold is remaining behind bars.
Federal officials say Ohio had more than 300 reported measles cases last year – more than any other state.
Before the national cry that police officers be outfitted with body cameras reached its current fevered pitch, the police force at Ohio State began experimenting with the little devices last September.
In the world of social media, 2014 may well have been the year of the “selfie”. But what do those self-portraits say about us? Quite a bit according to a professor at Ohio State who studied the personalities of men who posted lots of “selfies.” Jesse Fox looked at the posting practices of 800 men [...]
The library is evolving. Once a repository for books, there’s been a shift in emphasis. Library officials say that customers’ needs are growing. And that calls for a new architectural concept.
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.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission issued no air quality alerts for Central Ohioin 2014.
An exhibit recounting the story of passenger pigeons’ extinction is opening in the city where the last one died a century ago.