Four people are dead in two separate accidents in Central Ohio. In Pataskala, investigators say a head-on collision on East Broad took three lives. One vehicle crossed the center line. Early this morning, the driver of a pick-up truck was killed when he slammed into a tree in a residential area south of Route 104 [...]
WOSU News Archives For March 2012
The report from the right-leaning Buckeye Institute says states that let workers opt out of union dues have had economic growth in recent years, but union leaders and their allies say the study is misleading.
A bill that requires Ohio schools to teach original texts of the Declaration of Independence and state and federal constitutions in grades 4 through 12 is headed to the Governor’s desk. Critics say other documents like the Bill of Rights and the Emancipation Proclamation should also be included. Should Governor Kasich sign the bill? Why or why not?
The Ohio Legislature is planning to honor the first responders, law enforcement officers and school officials involved in handling a deadly school shooting in northeast Ohio.
The survey by Ohio voters gives the President a lead of 47 to 41 percent over Mitt Romney and a 47 to 40 percent lead over Rick Santorum.
US Supreme Court justices seemed very skeptical of the health insurance mandate in President Obama’s healthcare law. How do you think the high court will rule?
Dozens of exotic animal owners in Ohio were lining up Tuesday to oppose permit fees, certain caging requirements and other proposed regulations contained in a bill being considered by a state Senate panel.
A new state report finds that heroin is so prevalent in Ohio it is “falling out of the sky” with many users switching from more expensive prescription painkillers.
The deal between BP and members of the Associated Landowners of the Ohio Valley is expected to give landowners $3,900 per acre for mineral rights.
The report from the Center for American Progress says the state has made progress on programs including teacher evaluation, but challenges like failing schools remain.
The Ohio Army National Guard says the the 160 troops will help with supply distribution.