On this episode of Broad & High, the Chimes of Orton Hall, Day of the Dead Skeletons, Pumpkin Carver Deane Arnold, and Houston’s Historic Glenwood Cemetery. This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most [...]
WOSU News Archives For: August 19, 2011
The state of Ohio will require an independent review of lethal injections as part of an update to its execution policy.
The meeting that Republican lawmakers invited union leaders to attend to discuss the attempt to reject Ohioâ€™s new collective bargaining reform bill came and went this morning. Ohio Public Radioâ€™s Karen Kasler reports while there were no face to face discussions, there was a lot of talking.
Hundreds of home-weatherization jobs are expected to be lost in Ohio as federal stimulus money runs out for programs that help low-income and elderly Ohioans with home-energy improvements.
The Governor and other GOP leaders showed up for a Friday morning meeting even after union leaders said they would not show up.
The latest unemployment report shows Ohio unemployment jumped up again last month.
With the turmoil on Wall Street and worry about a possible double-dip recession, are you changing your investment strategy?
The law, which has seen strong opposition from voters’ rights group, shortens the state’s early voting period, does away with the week when people can register to vote and cast a ballot on the same day, and bans in-person early voting on Sundays.