Several hundred people gathered Tuesday night in east Columbus to protest a Missouri grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson for shooting and killing Michael Brown in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
WOSU News Archives For April 2011
Ohio’s future success depends on the public sector’s ability to be innovative and flexible. Elected officials need Senate Bill 5 to recruit, retain and reward the best and the brightest.
The NCAA is accusing Ohio State coach Jim Tressel of lying to hide violations by players who traded memorabilia for cash and tattoos.
A recent conference in Columbus focused on preventing the radicalization of Somali youth. Officials say that has not been a problem in Columbus in the past and they want to make sure it does not happen in the future.
The plan to privatize five prisons has some critics worrying – they’re wondering how it can jibe with the goals of prison sentencing reform.
A California man who federal authorities say was a leader in a drug scheme that flew thousands of pounds of marijuana to Ohio was sentenced in court Friday.
Members of a local service employees union called on Bob Evans today to improve its employees’ benefits.
Ohio State University is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Jesse Owens historic 1936 Olympic performance in Berlin. OSU Thursday unveiled a statue of track legend outside the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Even with the West Side casino still hinging on a federal lawsuit, developers say they’ll break ground Monday.
It happens every time, when gas prices approach $4 a gallon, people change their habits. One of those habits could be putting fewer gallons in the tank. WOSU reports AAA has seen an increase in out-of-gas calls.
Adminstrators at Canal Winchester Local Schools say a power outage and flooded roads have forced the district to close today.