WOSU News Archives For: October 3, 2007

Mayoral Debate Was Polite and Passionate

12:00AM
October
3, 2007

The two candidates for mayor of Columbus argued fiercely in support of different ways to handle the major issues facing the city.

No moratorium but no executions

12:00AM
October
3, 2007

A killer is scheduled to die at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility next week. But though the governor has not ordered a stop to executions in Ohio, he says he doesn’t think there will be an execution for quite a while.

Proposed ban on broadcast of 911 calls

12:00AM
October
3, 2007

If some Ohio police and some state legislators get their way, Ohioans will no longer be hearing tapes of those frantic 911 calls on their TV newscasts. Radio and TV stations, though, don’t like the proposed ban.

Study: 2.2M Ohioans would benefit from mandatory sick leave plan

12:00AM
October
3, 2007

A new study finds two point two million Ohio workers would benefit from a proposed policy that would allow them to earn up to seven paid sick days a year.

Coleman and Todd – 2 Very Different Views of City

12:00AM
October
3, 2007

For the first time Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman is seeking re-election and has an opponent. GOP challenger Bill Todd and Coleman have different views of the current state of the city.