A Columbus Police deputy chief says officers could have done a better job handling rowdy crowds after the Ohio State football team won the national championship.
WOSU News Archives For: February 15, 2008
Tthe Obama campaign got a boost from two labor unions Friday. They announced they were switching their support from John Edwards to Obama.
The wife of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama campaigned for him in Columbus Friday. In a speech to more than 300 on the Ohio State University campus, Michelle Obama portrayed her husband as a uniter with a world view.
The city of Dublin today placed concrete barriers between the Avery Road/161 interchange and two retention ponds. The move comes just over a week after a second man drowned when his car veered off Avery Road into one of the ponds.
The lawyer representing Linden teen accused of killing his twin brother appeared in juvenile court this morning. 18-year-old Derris Lewis faces delinquency murder and other charges. But today’s hearing shed little light in details of the case.
Hillary Clinton spent the whole day Thursday in Ohio. With some signs that support for her may be slipping, it’s considered a must-win state, even by her backers. That’s why she wrapped up the day with a speech on the Ohio State University campus, where support for her rival, Barrack Obama, seems strong.