Four people are dead in two separate accidents in Central Ohio. In Pataskala, investigators say a head-on collision on East Broad took three lives. One vehicle crossed the center line. Early this morning, the driver of a pick-up truck was killed when he slammed into a tree in a residential area south of Route 104 [...]
WOSU News Archives For April 2005
808 central Ohio residents took the aoth of allegiance this morning to become U-S citizens.
A psychologist testified Friday in the highway shootings trial that Charles McCoy suffered from psychological turmoil.
Area high school students say parents, teachers, students and community leaders need to address issues of teen pregnancy and violence. The students spoke up at a Youth Day luncheon at the annual convention of the National Conference of Black Mayors being held in downtown Columbus.
The defense in the jury trial of suspected “Highway Shooter” Charles McCoy went on offense today in an effort to spare their client a possible death sentence.
The mother of a man charged in a series ofColumbus-area highway shootings says she wasn’t able to get her son to take medication for his paranoid schizophrenia.
The defense began presenting its case today in the trial of the man accused of being the Columbus area’s highway shooter.
After four days of testimony, the prosecution rested its case in the jury trial of accused “highway Shooter Charles McCoy. McCoy faces a possible death sentence if found guilty in a string of 12 shootings along and near interstate highways in Central Ohio during late 2003 and early 2004. W-O-S-U’S Tom Borgerding reports.
The suspended Mifflin high school principal who is being fired for inadequately handling a student’s report that she was sexually assaulted says she is being treated unfairly.
The prosecution in the trial of accused “Highway Shooter” Charles McCoy Junior is expected to rest today. During testimony on Monday, two witnesses identified the defendant as the man they saw on two separate overpasses in early 2004. And the defendant’s parents testified about finding McCoy’s guns and later giving them to police. W-O-S-U’S Tom Borgerding reports.
The parents of suspected highway sniper Charles McCoy took the witness stand Monday afternoon. Ardith McCoy took the stand first and told the jury that she found a handgun in the garage and found two shot guns in the house in her son’s room.