In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
WOSU News Archives For February 2008
About two dozen people watched the Ohio Democratic debate at an AARP-sponsored event in Columbus.
Church leaders in Ohio have joined the list of people trying to help pass a bill that would more closely regulate payday lending. House bill 333 would cap loans at 36 percent – down from the current annual percentage rate of 391 percent.
Mike Huckabee tells Ohioans the race is not over yet.
It’s going to cost more to be “green” in Columbus. Curb side recyclers in the city will soon have to pay a higher fee for the service after a city council vote to stop subsidizing the program.
A US House subcommittee Tuesday voted to issue a subpoena for former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell. To prepare for this November’s general elections the subcommittee on Civil Rights is investigating.
Bill Clinton today campaigned for his wife in Southern Ohio. The Former President made stops in Portsmouth, Athens and Lancaster. WOSU’s Sam Hendren reports on Bill Clinton’s visit to Chillicothe.
Columbus has a big birthday coming up in a few years. Planning for the city’s 2012 bicentennial is underway. WOSU Commentator Ed Lentz says such celebrations help us remember how far we’ve come.
Two new public opinion polls in Ohio are confirming what presidential campaign watchers have suspected — Hillary Clinton is still ahead of Barack Obama…..but Obama’s popularity is surging.
In eight days Ohio voters finally get their turn to go to the polls and cast their ballots for the 2008 presidential primary. WOSU spoke with a political scientist to talk about what the results of the Ohio primary could look like.
Slated alongside the anticipated presidential primary is a local contest for the democratic candidate for the county commission.. In anticipation of their March 4 primary, Cindy Lazarus and John O’Grady squared off in a Friday afternoon debate. They discussed the foreclosure crisis, public transportation, and the recent Huntington Park contract dispute.