Administrators at the OSU Medical Center says they’re tightening safeguards to prevent the type of hacking mentioned in a recent release from the Food and Drug Administration.
A Delaware County jury has ruled that a church should pay $3.6 million to a woman who was sexually assaulted by a former pastor when she was a teenager.
An analysis by a coalition of Ohio public radio stations and The Plain Dealer shows there is little correlation between a teacher’s performance and how much they are paid. Across the state, teachers who score the lowest on the new “value added” measurement frequently make more than those who score the highest.
Mental health treatment continues to evolve. In the second installment of a three part series, WOSU examines the dollars associated with the business.
A group that lobbies for gun control is using two weekend shootings to call for a meeting with a Central Ohio Congressman.
An analysis of census data shows that Ohio may finally have seen the end of a decades-long trend of losing young adults to other states.
Columbus police are seeking any video that may have been taken of a shooting that injured an 11-year-old boy at the Juneteenth Festival.
The state of Ohio is phasing in a new teacher grading system that tries to measure the value a teacher adds to a student’s academic progress. But educators admit “Value Added” is an incomplete metric.
Once hidden away, mental illness has become a very public health issue. This week, 89.7 NPR News examines the evolution of mental health treatment in a special three part series.
Journalists would need a court order to access Ohio’s handgun license records under proposed changes to the state’s concealed carry law.