National surveys show consumers’ mood is brightening, and it’s not just holiday cheer. The more positive outlook has a lot to do with the steep drop in gasoline prices since last summer. 2015 holds the promise of more price relief not only at the gas pump but also at grocery stores.
WOSU News Archives For: December 13, 2012
As the Columbus City Schools look for a new superintendent, Mayor Coleman continues to help improve the district. The mayor has called on 25 community and business leaders to form an education commission. WOSU reports one question remains unclear- just exactly what the committee will do.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission announced William Murdock will be its new executive director Thursday afternoon. WOSU reports the selection comes about eight months after MORPC terminated its former director.
A bipartisan proposal to change the way Ohio draws state legislative and congressional lines has cleared the state Senate with almost unanimous support.
The state Senate has passed a bill to let Ohio lawmakers and visitors to the state Capitol leave guns in vehicles parked in the Statehouse garage.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will not lease the Ohio Turnpike and instead proposes raising $1.5 billion in bonds to fund local road projects.
Police say the 17-year-old was breaking into a North Columbus apartment when a resident fatally shot him.
Gov. John Kasich and Democratic state lawmakers favor a proposal to require drilling companies to hire at least 60 percent of their employees working in Ohio from Ohio.
Ohio is the 9th largest live Christmas tree producer in the U.S. But some growers were dealt a setback this spring and summer because of the prolonged drought.