In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
WOSU News Archives For August 2011
States along the eastern seaboard are prepping for the effects of Hurricane Irene. WOSU spoke with people today who are traveling toward the path of the storm.
Ohio is providing shelter and support as Hurricane Irene aims toward the East Coast hundreds of miles away.
The area near State Route 161 in North Columbus is undergoing a change. Faced with competition to the north and south, many businesses have closed. Residents and business owners are looking for a rebound. The recently renovated Morse Road offers them hope.
A Franklin County grand jury has indicted an Indiana man on charges of illegally dumping more than 20,000 cubic yards of waste in Southwest Columbus.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced Wednesday he is stepping down as CEO of the pioneering computer company. Will Apple survive without the man who developed the iPhone and iPad?
Elections officials say they want to educate the public, but not take a stand for or against ballot issues.
The move comes after complaints that many people didn’t get alerts about two reported attacks.
The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office says another home was burglarized minutes earlier.
Many say Walmart hurts communities by offering prices locally-owned stores cannot compete with. Others argue Walmart has given people a chance to save money. What do you think? Is Walmart good or bad for local communities?
Cincinnati is Ohio’s only urban district rated as “effective.”