WOSU News Archives For: September 7, 2012

Revenues Drop At Ohio Gambling Casinos

Roulette wheel
A roulette table at the Horseshoe Cleveland Casino.
September 7, 2012

In June, the first full month of operation, the Hollywood Casino in Toledo and the Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland reported combined gross revenues of $46.5 million. In August that number dropped to $40.2 million.

Columbus Physician Leads Research For Childhood Head Injuries

Nationwide Children's Hospital Researcher Doctor Keith Yeates.
Columbus physician Keith Yeates will lead a national study on treatment and outcomes of childhood head injuries.
7, 2012

A Columbus physician will head a national study of children with traumatic brain injuries. The study is designed to document effects of treatment of head injuries in children between the ages of 8 and 18.

Westerville Taxpayer Group Wants Chance At Ballot

Westerville City Schools face possible tax challenge on November ballot
September 7, 2012

A Westerville taxpayer group is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to allow its proposed repeal of a suburban school district’s 2009 levy to appear on the November ballot.

Auditor: State Has Too Many Planes, Not Enough Rules For Their Use

State Rep. Matt Lundy wants tighter regulations on planes owned by the state and those owned by colleges and universities, like this plane owned by Ohio State University.
September 7, 2012

Ohio Auditor David Yost says there are too many state-owned aircraft, and too few rules regulating how and when they’re used.

President Obama Makes Case For Second Term

The President is scheduled to give the most important speech of the campaign tonight in Charlotte.
September 7, 2012

Nearly 200 Ohio delegates to the Democratic National Convention are making their way home today from North Carolina. They got a send-off last night with an acceptance speech by President Obama.