A combination of stagnant funding and changing technology is putting pressure on a decades old service for Central Ohio’s blind community. VOICEcorps is searching for ways to maintain services for the visually impaired.
WOSU News Archives For: April 4, 2012
A federal judge is allowing Ohio’s next scheduled execution to proceed, concluding that the state is serious about following its lethal injection procedures.
The plan calls for removal of the Main Street Dam, cutting the width of the river in half near downtown, and deepening the Scioto to make it more attractive to anglers and kayakers.
The Franklin County Commissioners say they will spend $80,000 to prevent terrorist recruitment efforts.
Ohio State University held a town-hall type meeting to discuss safety issues on campus, and how officials plan to address growing concerns going forward.
Last year, at a holocaust memorial gathering at the Ohio Statehouse, Gov. John Kasich raised the idea of creating a memorial inside the building.
In fighting a suspension of his law license, attorneys for the former Ohio attorney general tried to compare Marc Dann’s ethics convictions to those by former Republican Governor Bob Taft.