The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
WOSU News Archives For: December 29, 2011
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has endorsed former state rep. Joyce Beatty for Congress.Â Â Beatty is one ofÂ fourÂ Democrats trying to win a new Franklin County district.Â Â Coleman called Beatty a â€œvisionary leader at every stage of her career.” Beatty said in a statement that she is pleased and humbled by the endorsement. â€œColumbus has [...]
Ohio Right to Life is seeking a new executive director after a tumultuous year of feuding inside the anti-abortion community.
Privatization of the North Central Correctional Institution is part of a state restructuring that state leaders say will save $13 million a year.
Today WOSU’s Tom Borgerding reports Central Ohioans are holding on to cars longer than they used to. Blame the weak economy. But the clunkers are more apt to leave drivers stranded and leave them with large repair bills. How old is your “clunker’?
As New Year’s week-end approaches and travelers rush to return home from holiday trips a breakdown on the road can be an expensive hassle. But, new figures from the Triple A indicate more drivers are risking roadside trouble.