A state initiative to prevent falls by older Ohioans is aiming to warn shoppers of all ages what to look for and how to avoid falling hazards amid holiday shopping.
WOSU News Archives For: August 24, 2012
A group that hoped to put before voters a repeal of a controversial package of election law changes is suing Secretary of State Jon Husted for not allowing that repeal to go to the ballot
It may not matter in the long run, but yesterday Franklin County Board of Commissioners announced they have the funding set aside for extended weeknight and weekend voting hours.
The state ethics commission says Ohio State University President Gorden Gee didn’t willfully do anything wrong when he left some travel expenses off his financial disclosure statements.
An 18-year-old central Ohio woman has been sentenced to 10 years in adult prison in the stabbing death of another teen last fall that began as an argument on Facebook.
Every week this travel season we’ll take you an interesting but sometimes overlooked part of the state, all part of The New Ohio Guide. This week we’re exploring American military history in the Northwest corner of the state at Fort Meigs, a key site in the War of 1812.