WOSU News Archives For September 2007

Moonrise Event Shows Complexity of Newark Earthworks

N/A
12:00AM
September 28, 2007

Historians, archaeologists and other “mound buffs” are hoping for clear skies Monday night.

Bristol Myers Squibb settles with Ohio, other states

12:00AM
September
28, 2007

Ohio is receiving more than 15 million dollars from a major drug company.

City of Columbus to takeover City Center Mall for $2.88M

N/A
12:00AM
September 27, 2007

The city of Columbus has a tentative agreement to takeover the struggling City Center Mall. The city would takeover the downtown Columbus mall and purchase an adjacent vacant lot on High Street for $2.88 million.

Unions, manufacturers back electric re-regulation

12:00AM
September
26, 2007

A proposal Governor Strickland says getting a key endorsement from some strange political bedfellows is necessary to prevent Ohioans’ electric bills from soaring. That could help prod Ohio legislators to approve it, but the plan still faces questions from the electric companies.

Hundreds protest death penalty at Statehouse

12:00AM
September
26, 2007

A few hundred anti-death penalty activists danced and chanted during a noontime rally at the Statehouse, to try and convince lawmakers and Gov. Strickland to stop executions in Ohio.

Wine law changes go into effect

12:00AM
September
26, 2007

Starting next week, Ohioans will no longer be able to order and receive shipments of wine from most wineries in California and other states.

Wendy’s ad irks senator

N/A
12:00AM
September 26, 2007

A television commercial for Wendy’s is coming under fire from a state lawmaker.

Voinovich Celebrates Reviving Nuclear Power

N/A
12:00AM
September 26, 2007

Ohio Republican Senator George Voinovich is celebrating after his long time goal of reviving nuclear power took a big step forward.

Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher Leads Ohio Economic Development

Ohio Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher
12:00AM
September 25, 2007

The man in charge of reviving economic development in Ohio says he has his work cut out for him.

U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Case on Lethal Injection

12:00AM
September
25, 2007

The U-S Supreme Court has agreed to determine the constitutionality of execution by lethal injection.