WOSU News Archives For: April 2, 2007

Low Interest Loans Available for Those in Mortgage Trouble

12:00AM
April
2, 2007

The state government is offering low-interest loans to hundreds of Ohio families hard-pressed to keep up with monthly mortgage payments.

Ohio Secretary of State Takes Control of Cuyahoga County Elections Board

12:00AM
April
2, 2007

Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner has taken control of the Cuyahoga County Elections Board as part of an effort to change how the troubled board is run.

Delaware County Sheriff Faces 2 Misdemeanor Charges

12:00AM
April
2, 2007

Delaware County Prosecutor Dave Yost has charged Sheriff Al Myers two, first-degree misdemeanor charges.

Researcher says making small bets could lead to addiction

12:00AM
April
2, 2007

The Buckeyes take on the Florida Gators for the NCAA Men’s basketball championship Monday night. But it’s not just the team players who could win big. Thousands of people filled out March Madness brackets and tonight they’ll know how their wagers fared. While some say this kind of social gambling is OK, other’s say it can lead to addiction.

Central Ohio animal rescue operations remain unregulated despite abuses.

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12:00AM
April
2, 2007

Recent stories of animal abuse have failed to spur efforts to regulate animal rescue operations.

Columbus Police Begin Round-up of Truants.

12:00AM
April
2, 2007

Columbus Police today will begin using two-officer teams to find students who skip class. Its part of a two-month effort to reduce truancy in the district. Sargeant Fay Gordon says his officers will work with the Y-M-C-A and the schools to identify truants. But, he’s uncertain of the magnitude of the problem.