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 2011
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.
Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich says he’s sticking with his plan to run against fellow Democrat Marcy Kaptur in a U.S. House race that will pit two veteran lawmakers.
Columbus fire investigators say a space heater caused a Christmas Eve fire that killed a 4-year-old boy, his mother and a man at a Franklinton home reported to be vacant.
The Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission is holding its first meeting Wednesday.
In Ohio and around the country, small wineries and breweries turned a profit as other businesses dried up.
This year brought big fights over redistricting and state elections law.
Beginning Sunday, the state’s lowest-paid workers will see their pay rise from $7.40 per hour to $7.70.
Is Ohio’s minimum wage too low? Should we have a minimum wage at all?
For better or worse, 2011 proved quite eventful for the state of Ohio. As the year winds down to a close, WOSU commentator Stacia Kock takes a look back at some of the state’s more memorable headlines.
With the New Year Holiday this week-end, the Ohio Highway Patrol says it will again work its troopers overtime to combat drunk driving. Lieutenant Anne Ralston says with a successful anti-drunk driving enforcement, Ohio could set a record low this year for the number of traffic fatalities.