WOSU News Archives For: May 12, 2008

Communication Breakdown During Tornado

12:00AM
May
12, 2008

The Franklin County Emergency Management Association is investigating why there was an eight minute delay Sunday between the time when a Tornado warning was issued for Franklin county, and the time when the county’s Tornado sirens were sounded.

Judge Sets Bond For Man Accused In Killing His Twin Brother.

12:00AM
May
12, 2008

A Franklin County judge today set a $750,000 cash or surety bond for an 18 year old Columbus man charged in the killing of his twin brother. Judge Patrick Sheeran says he weighed the gravity of the crime, the weight of evidence, the safety of the community and Derris Lewis’ family ties in setting the bond.

If Van Halen Can Do It, So Can America

The New Van Halen
12:00AM
May 12, 2008

As many 40-somethings know, the 1970′s and 80′s rock band Van Halen has reunited. The group played a sold out show in Columbus last week. The comeback tour has given WOSU commentator Michael Ivey hope that other things will turn-around.

Ohio Democratic Party Shuns Marc Dann

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12:00AM
May 12, 2008

The standoff between Governor Strickland and others against Attorney General Marc Dann ought to appear to followers of this year’s contentious Democratic presidential primary as just more of the same.

Women choose to give birth in water instead of at the hospital

12:00AM
May
12, 2008

Since the 1960s the standard way for a woman to give birth is at a hospital. While the numbers of mothers choosing to give birth at home may be increasing, the increase is slight. But one method of giving birth is gaining popularity among women who do want to deliver at home – and that’s the water birth.