Ohio’s superintendent says the state won’t withhold funding to penalize schools for students opting out of standardized tests this year.
WOSU News Archives For: December 19, 2012
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine wants Ohio teachers to partner with law enforcement for training on how to be first-responders to school violence.
The charges against Cincinnati-based Quattro, Inc. will bring the first criminal antitrust convictions in Ohio in 30 years.
Authorities say a body found on Santa Cruz Island off the Southern California coast is a 23-year-old hiker from Dublin who most likely fell from one of the island’s cliffs.
The Connecticut school massacre is prompting Ohio legislator to call for a statewide summit meeting on guns and gun violence. But it’s unclear if advocates of gun owners’ rights would be willing to come to the table.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is making a long term bet on stable prices for natural gas. In 2013, COTA will begin replacing its diesel-powered bus fleet with new coaches powered by compressed natural gas.