Teachers at a Columbus charter high school have narrowly voted to form a union. But the election outcome is contested. From member station WOSU in Columbus, Tom Borgerding reports. Full Story Copy Teachers at Franklinton Preparatory Academy on Chicago Avenue, narrowly voted 5 to 4 to join the state’s largest teachers union, the Ohio Education [...]
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The State Highway Patrol seized an estimated $2.8 million in cocaine from a tractor-trailer near Springfield Wednesday morning.
The latest survey by Quinnipiac University says 47 percent of likely Ohio voters now support the President, while Mitt Romney garners 38 percent support.
Ohio ranks second in the nation on a list of public universities with the highest tuition. WOSU commnentator Andrew Miller says Gov. John Kasich isn’t helping.
Until 2 years ago, the Sawyer Towers housing project was owned by the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority. Now it’s privately owned, crime is down, and the towers are 95 percent occupied.
A jury is recommending that an Ohio man convicted of killing a pregnant woman spend life in prison without parole instead of receiving the death penalty.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed 13 bills, including one to ease ex-inmates back into the workforce as cosmetologists, salvage-yard dealers and construction workers.
The advisory committee voted Tuesday morning to urge Columbus City Schools administrators to wait a year before asking voters to approve a 7.5-mil levy.
Despite the controversy SB 1070 caused in Arizona, one Ohio lawmaker wants to mirror the so-called “show me your papers” clause that’s been held up by the U.S. Supreme Court.
A group of nuns protesting cuts to federal programs for the poor and working families made a stop in Columbus Monday afternoon. Nuns on a Bus visited the office of Congressman Pat Tiberi to discuss cuts to federal social service programs.
Future workers at the Hollywood Casino are training for a variety of potential new jobs. This week, those wanting positions as slot technicians began learning new skills.