The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
WOSU News Archives For: December 12, 2012
Earlier this week, Limited Brands of Columbus joined a growing list of firms which decided to give special stock dividends in advance of an end-of year scheduled increase in taxes. Many firms are trying to handicap the outcome of negotiations between the White House and Congress.
Cincinnati’s $400 million downtown casino is now set to open March 4.
Unionized newsroom employees at Ohio’s biggest daily newspaper, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, have ratified an agreement intended to minimize layoffs after job cuts planned next year.
The wide-reaching poll also surveyed Ohioans on marijuana, same-sex marriage, and the practice of electing state Supreme Court justices.
The Huntington Midwest Economic Index says 70 percent of consumers in the Midwest markets will spend as much or more on holiday purchases this year compared to 2011.
State senators have decided to block a House-passed proposal that would have regulated so-called internet cafes or sweepstakes stores so tightly, many might go out of business. But the measure could resurface.
The Department of Defense says Staff Sgt. Wesley Williams from New Carlisle from killed in Kandahar province on Monday.
Ohio has been shut-out of the latest round of federal grants for school districts. Three Ohio school districts were among the finalists for Race to the Top grants.
Gov. John Kasich has made good on his promise to establish the nation’s first statewide 100 gigabyte computer network.