Ohio State University’s newest president says the institution is committing $400 million over five years to lower students’ costs and improve the value of their education.
WOSU News Archives For: August 6, 2009
The November election is still 3 months away, but backers and opponents of a ballot issue that would authorize the building of 4 big-city gambling casinos are already arguing over it. What’s drawing the latest debate is an economic study that supporters paid for, touting the benefits of casinos in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Toledo.
A prosecutor has dropped charges against an Ohio man accused of fatally shooting his identical twin after tests cast doubt on the key piece of evidence – a palm print of the defendant’s that was believed to be bloody.
Farmers Markets could be considered a luxury – a place to stroll around on a lazy Saturday morning. But not the farmers markets hosted by Columbus Public Health. These farmers markets make fresh fruits and vegetables more accessible by dispensing food aid benefits right on site.