WOSU News Archives For: December 6, 2007

Innovative Dublin Methodist Hospital Opens in January

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12:00AM
December 6, 2007

It’s been more than 25 years since a new hospital has opened in the Columbus area. That will change next month when Dublin Methodist Hospital begins to accept patients. The new facility is designed to reduce errors and speed treatment.

State money available for summer food program for kids

12:00AM
December
6, 2007

During these dark winter days, Ohio Governor Strickland is thinking about summer. His office is launching a new program, Feed Ohio, to boost summer food services for children during the summer.

Anti play-to-play law struck down

12:00AM
December
6, 2007

A fairly new Ohio law, aimed at stopping so-called “pay-to-play politics,” has been struck down as unconstitutional by a judge. As statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports, the ruling is not based on the substance of the law but on the way it was passed and paperwork was filed.

Gambling Proposal may face additional hurdles

12:00AM
December
6, 2007

The two Cleveland-area developers who want to construct Ohio’s only legal gambling casino in Wilmington have just encountered their first hurdle. They’re being told – if they want to put their full plan onto the ballot, it may take more than one ballot issue.

Cold Temperatures Force School Delays

12:00AM
December
6, 2007

Temperatures in the teens this morning has forced some school start-time delays for the second consecutive day. The National Weather Service says temperatures are generally in the teens across Central Ohio.