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 May 2005
Taiko drumming and Suzuki flute are just two of many types of music that will be performed during the annual Asian Festival May 28th and 29thin Columbus.
College can be a grind, going to classes, studying, taking exams. But, several hundred Ohio State students got a chance to chill out and laugh as student comedians vied to be the funniest person on campus.
Striking members of the Professionals Guild of Ohio turned out at Franklin County Commission meeting today. But, the group the left without addressing the commission about a labor dispute at Children’s Services.
A national physicians group demands Ohio State drop a spinal chord research course or face a boycott by alumni.
A Columbus coalition of non-profits says Central Ohio has too few entry level jobs to support a growing immigrant and minority population. So, the group wants city and county leaders to boost funding for more job training.
A possible woprk stoppage looms as talks between teachers and the Columbus Board of Education break down./
Talks between teachers and the Columbus Board of Education have broken down and the teachers’ union is threatening a work stoppage for this fall.
Jurors in the federal trial of an Ohio State University professor accused of insider trading heard opening arguments Wednesday.
Franklin county social workers are on strike after failing to reach a new contract agreement with the county. The two sides remain committed to their positions. The pickets went up at 7:00 in the morning as some 500 case workers and other children services employees walked off the job.
Lawyers in the federal trial of an Ohio State University marketing professor accused of insider trading are picking jurors in US District Court in Columbus.
The NCAA has found three Ohio State University athletic programs violated a total of 9 NCAA rules. Most of the allegations involve the men’s basketball team, but the women’s basketball team and the football team were also cited.