A bipartisan agreement to overhaul the way Ohio draws its legislative districts now goes to the voters.
WOSU News Archives For: January 23, 2012
A 25-year, $1.4 billion deal will keep control of licensing and operations related to liquor with the state, but the profits would go to the new private job creation board JobsOhio.
The juvenile suspect in a deadly scheme to rob people who replied to a Craigslist job ad is due in court after his case was transferred out of a rural Ohio county.
The state’s prisons director wants to see if a ban on tobacco has made the product a commodity that’s sparked violence.
The report says Ohio is among a group of states falling behind on planning for coverage under federal health care changes.
The coach was fired after 61 years at the helm of the Penn State football team.
As neighborhoods deteriorate, a common sign of decline is an old motel. Once they were symbols of progress, a welcome sign for visitors, but as years pass they become rundown, and attract a different, less welcome kind of visitor. WOSU has the story of an East Side neighborhoodâ€™s effort to clean up a dilapidated motel.