WOSU News Archives For: January 13, 2012

Central Ohio Gets Taste Of Wintry Weather

Rangers plowed hiking trails early today at Sharon Woods Metropark in Westerville.
13, 2012

A winter storm blew through Ohio with snow and blustery winds. Some Central Ohio schools delayed start times or even canceled classes today as road crews worked to keep streets clear.

Major Columbus Employer Reports Drop In Quarterly Income

Stock market table
January 13, 2012

JP Morgan Chase says set asides for future litigation and declines in investment income took a financial toll during the last quarter. The bank employs 19-thousand workers in Central Ohio.

Gee Apologizes For Polish Comment

OSU President E. Gordon Gee.
January 13, 2012

Ohio State University President Gordon Gee says his comment comparing running OSU’s many departments to the Polish army was “ill-chosen.”

Ohio A.G. Appealing Execution Stay

Mike DeWine
The office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is appealing the ruling from U.S. District Judge Gregory Frost.
January 13, 2012

Mike DeWine says any past failures are relatively minor and should not block future executions.

What Can Be Done To Make College More Affordable?

13, 2012

Vice President Joe Biden and Education Secretary Arne Duncan visited Gahanna yesterday to talk about the rising cost of college. What can be done to make college more affordable?