WOSU News Archives For: March 4, 2010

Ohio State Students Unaware Of Sign-Up For Crime Emails

12:00AM
March
4, 2010

Ohio State university earlier this week issued a crime alert after a student was sexually assaulted outside a laboratory. Federal Law mandates Universities and colleges notify students when a serious crime happens on campus. But not everyone on the OSU campus received the alert. WOSU reports there’s some confusion, at least among students, about who gets those emailed crime alerts.

Legislative Council Embroiled In Controversy

12:00AM
March
4, 2010

Following the questionable investments made by the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation years ago, a legislative council was set up to oversee the agency. Now the council itself is embroiled in a controversy. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports.

Count-Down Of Ohio’s Most Embarrassing Moments

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12:00AM
March 4, 2010

The Ohio Historical Society is counting down Ohio’s top ten most embarrassing moments. For Ohio Public Radio, WKSU’s M.L. Schultze has more.

Survey: Most Ohio Nursing Home Residents “Satisfied”

12:00AM
March
4, 2010

A survey of Ohioans in nursing homes and assisted living facilities concludes they’re pretty satisfied with the care they’re getting. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen has the numbers.

Two Aides to Former AG Marc Dann Plead Guilty to Ethics Charges

12:00AM
March
4, 2010

Two top aides to former Attorney General Marc Dann Thursday pleaded guilty to misdemeanor ethics charges after investigations that followed Dann’s resignation in 2008.

Franklin County Agency Launches Child Abuse Awareness Campaign

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12:00AM
March 4, 2010

Franklin County Children’s Services says eight children have died since 2007 at the hands of a single parent’s partner.