WOSU News Archives For: August 17, 2004

Campaign visits cost Columbus thousands

12:00AM
August
17, 2004

When it comes to presidential campaigning few states are getting more attention than Ohio. The buckeye state is considered a key battleground in the upcoming election and so candidates are making appearances, more than 40 so far this year including 6 visits to Columbus. As part of a 2-part series, WOSU’s Tamara Keith examines the impact of all this campaigning.

Virginia developer to buy City Center, Tuttle malls

12:00AM
August
17, 2004

Two of central Ohio’s preminent shopping malls have a new owner. The Mills Corporation announced it has bought City Center and The Mall at Tuttle Crossing.

Columbus City Council to put smoking ban to a vote

12:00AM
August
17, 2004

Columbus City Council has called a special session for Wednesday afternoon to vote on sending its recently- enacted smoking ban to Columbus voters for a citywide vote.

Mental health experts say job stress can lead to illness

12:00AM
August
17, 2004

Job-related stress is a growing cause of disability in the workplace. Dr. Christopher Kovell, medical director at the Franklin County Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health board or ADAM-H, says a small dose of job stress can help motivate workers but too much can produce illness.