A local doctor was suspended, Thursday, after a federal appeals court ruled a Cleveland University can deny his medical degree. The case centers on alleged lack of professionalism.
WOSU News Archives For: November 1, 2007
Less than a year after Ohio voters said “No” to a plan for expanded gambling, two Cleveland-area developers have unveiled plans for another gambling ballot issue next year.
Thursday Skybus announced new service to New York City. The news comes as Port Columbus International Airport reports record passengers. More than 100,000 people used Port Columbus in September – propelling the airport to its busiest third quarter ever. And Skybus is a big reason for the increase in passenger traffic.
On November 6th, Columbus voters will sort out two races for city council. A two-way contest will determine who serves out an unexpired term. In the larger race, eight candidates will compete for four seats. During candidate forums this month, candidates were often asked about city efforts to attract jobs and businesses.
As election day nears, Columbus City Council candidates are criss-crossing the city in search of votes. Four democratic incumbents, four challengers, and a write-in seek four seats on council. Much of the discussion and debate among candidates centers on jobs and crime.