For the hungry in some Columbus neighborhoods, emergency food supplies will be only a text away. The city will spend $135,000 to help to create a mobile scheduling program for selected food pantries.
WOSU News Archives For: August 15, 2012
All Ohio counties will have the same hours for early voting. Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted Wednesday afternoon decided to order uniform hours for all counties during the early voting period.
Ohio Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor and former president of the American Bar Association Bill Robinson say courts in Ohio and across the nation face a funding crisis.
Authorities say a month-long manhunt ended early Wednesday when Nathan Summerfield was arrested in Medina County.
Backers of both President Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney have been running Ohio ads attacking the other candidate’s position on coal.
Columbus Police and Franklin county authorities say the defendants traveled to Florida to get prescriptions, then filled them in other states and sold the pills.
The state Department of Health says the number of confirmed cases in Ohio now sits at 54, with most involving people whoâ€™ve had direct contact with hogs at county fairs.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made three Ohio campaign stops Tuesday. In a mid-afternoon address in Zanesville, the presumptive GOP nominee fired up a friendly crowd in a speech that lasted just 13 minutes.