WOSU News Archives For: July 16, 2012

North Carolina Police Say Recovered Body Is Ohio Woman

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Lynn Jackenheimer, 33, went to North Carolina with her boyfriend and two children but did not return to Ohio with them.
5:39PM
July 16, 2012

Police in coastal North Carolina say a body discovered on the Outer Banks is an Ohio woman missing since her family vacationed there.

One Killed In Northeast Ohio Well Explosion

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Fire fighters say the explosion happened near Bolivar, about 65 south of Cleveland.
12:33PM
July
16, 2012

Firefighters say one person was killed Monday morning in an explosion at an oil- and gas-well site near Bolivar, about 65 miles south of Cleveland.

Trucking Industry Moves Toward Universal Electronic Monitoring

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A truck loaded with steel pulls into the I-71 rest stop in Delaware County. Independent drivers are challenging federal moves to require electronic monitoring for all trucks
7:14AM
July
16, 2012

Like many industries, the U.S. trucking industry is moving to more electronic monitoring of its operators. Electronic logs and global positioning systems keep constant real-time track of drivers and their cargo. But, the moves have also sparked backlash among some drivers and prompted research on the ethics of such practices.

President Returns To Ohio

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President Obama campaigned in Cincinnati in September, 2011.
6:23AM
July
16, 2012

President Obama will campaign in southwest Ohio on Monday. He’s expected to use the event to tout jobs saved by the U.S. auto bailout.

Road Trip: The Land Of The Cross-Tipped Churches

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Sister Barbara Ann Hoying operates a press to make the hosts used fur Catholic communion services.
5:00AM
July
16, 2012

Every week this travel season, we’re taking you to an interesting but sometimes-overlooked part of Ohio. This week we’re heading to the Land of the Cross-Tipped Churches to tour the Convent of Maria Stein