WOSU News Archives For: June 28, 2011

Tattoo Artist Linked To OSU NCAA Investigation Guilty

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The tattoo parlor owner whose purchase of OSU football memorabilia triggered an NCAA investigation pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to federal drug charges.
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June
28, 2011

The tattoo parlor owner whose purchase of OSU football memorabilia triggered an NCAA investigation pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to federal drug charges.

Atheists Claim Church Interference With Billboard

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The billboard was reportedly removed after offending the Christ Cathedral Church on Columbus' east side.
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June
28, 2011

A national atheist group is criticizing a Columbus church for reportedly forcing a billboard to be taken down.

Recovering Prostitutes’ Bodies, Souls Nourished By Unlikely Source

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M&M cookies, similar to the ones Mrs. Smathers made for the girls at CATCH court.
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June
28, 2011

A retired couple from Nelsonville has taken unconditional love and volunteerism to new heights. Each week, they drive almost two hours to the Franklin County Courthouse to help former prostitutes turn around their lives. WOSU reports on the love the couple and the women have found over home-cooked meals.

Cooper Stadium Racetrack Clears Council

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Cooper Stadium, the site of the proposed $40 million autotrack.
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June
28, 2011

The proposal to turn the old Cooper Stadium baseball stadium into a racetrack and automotive center has taken another step forward.