WOSU News Archives For: April 15, 2011

Port Columbus Staffing Unaffected By FAA Mandate

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The control tower at Port Columbus airport.
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April
15, 2011

Nearly 30 air traffic control towers around the U.S. are getting additional workers for their late night shifts. The move comes after a controller fell asleep on the job in Nevada this week. WOSU reports Columbus’s airport will not be affected by the changes.

DeWine OK’s Collective Bargaining Limit Repeal Ballot Language

Mike DeWine
The effort to repeal Ohio's new collective bargaining law has entered its next phase. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Friday certified summary language of the referendum seeking to repeal Senate Bill 5 which severely limits public employee collective bargaining power.
12:00AM
April
15, 2011

The effort to repeal Ohio’s new collective bargaining law has entered its next phase.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Friday certified summary language of the referendum seeking to repeal Senate Bill 5 which severely limits public employee collective bargaining power.

Death Penalty Indictments and Sentences Decline In Ohio

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April
15, 2011

There is an execution scheduled nearly every month this year in Ohio for a death row inmate. Convicted murderer Clarence Carter was put to death Tuesday. The following day two state lawmakers introduced legislation to abolish the death penalty. This comes at a time when prosecutors are seeking the death penalty less and less.

More Cable Viewers Are Cutting the Cord

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The rapid advancements in video and computer technology are changing the way many people are watching television. Many are choosing to forgo cable TV and opting to use their computer. Cable TV companies are trying to keep up with technology and hang on to their subscribers.
12:00AM
April
15, 2011

The rapid advancements in video and computer technology are changing the way many people are watching television. Many are choosing to forgo cable TV and opting to use their computer. Cable TV companies are trying to keep up with technology and hang on to their subscribers.