Foreclosures during the Great Recession added to thousands of blighted properties in Columbus. But, a state program helped fund demolition of many of those houses and apartment units.
WOSU News Archives For: October 5, 2012
A federal appeals court has reinstated in-person early voting in battleground Ohio on the final three days before Election Day, returning discretion to local boards of elections.
The man police identify as the ‘Hilltop Creeper’ now faces a nine count indictment alleging kidnapping, gross sexual imposition, and burglary.
A judge has ordered a former central Ohio school resource officer to stay in jail while awaiting trial on charges that he coerced sexual behavior from two teens at the high school where he worked.
Columbus City Schools attorney Buzz Trafford said school officials only had a few hours to go through the State Auditors interim report. But they took exception to much of what they read.
Hospitals have always treated obese patients, but the number of overweight patients has steadily increased since the 1990s. That creates for doctors and nurses, and it has prompted the medical industry to adapt. WOSU reports what some Central Ohio hospitals are doing to accommodate bigger patients.