Childhood innocence and generosity are apparent in a Dublin boy who mailed his allowance money to the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s football team. The financially-struggling program will end this season. Sitting down with WOSU, Bennett Williams expresses interest in continuing his mission to help.
WOSU News Archives For: November 10, 2011
Columbus residents who pay for curbside recycling services soon could enjoy the service for free. Mayor Michael Coleman announced plans Thursday to move forward with a promise he made nearly two years ago. WOSU has details on the proposed city-wide recycling program.
The NCAA has charged the OSU football program with additional violations resulting from a booster overpaying players for work they performed.
Ohio consumers, small businesses and non-profits are preparing for more change as provisions of the 2010 federal health care law take effect. Individuals and groups have a lot of questions about what the new law will mean for them.
A report from an Ohio environmental group says the state ranks second for mercury released into the air by electric power plants.
The co-founder of a tea party coalition in Ohio says it will push for a state constitutional amendment to prevent workers covered by union contracts from being required to join unions or pay dues.
The Delaware store is operated by Habitat for Humanity and sells many used household appliances.
The new poll says the President is edging out Mitt Romney and distancing himself from the other GOP candidates.
Now that Ohio voters have overwhelmingly rejected the collective bargaining law, there’s talk of the GOP-dominated legislature pushing some of the law’s most popular parts.
Penn State has fired legendary football coach Joe Paterno for not telling police about an assistant coach’s alleged sexual assault of a boy. Many believe Penn State should allow Paterno to coach until the end of the season. Did Penn State do the right thing ?