The man accused of ambushing and shooting to death two New York City police officers before killing himself was arrested twice in Springfield.
WOSU News Archives For January 2013
A group of major Ohio business leaders is urging Gov. John Kasich to push hard on educational changes.
A man who was repeatedly stabbed during an attack in the lobby of a downtown Columbus college is seeking copies of the suspect’s mental health records.
Testimony is under way in the trial of the third family member charged in the murder of a young Hocking County woman nearly two years ago.
The state is eliminating 34 jobs staffing 11 information centers along Ohio’s interstate highways and one on at the Statehouse in Columbus.
After four months of delays, The Columbus Dispatch rolls out its new format today. WOSU spoke with the paper’s editor-in-chief about the new paper, and about what took so long.
The Columbus Museum of Art expects to break ground this spring for a $37.6 million expansion project.
A statewide audit following evidence of manipulation of attendance reporting in some Ohio school districts is set for release Feb. 11.
A plan to build a wind turbine along Lake Erie near a well-known spot for migrating birds is worrying environmentalists.
A federal appeals court has ruled that President Barack Obama violated the Constitution when he bypassed the Senate to fill vacancies on a labor relations panel. The ruling also threw into question Obama’s recess appointment of Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Cordray is a former Ohio attorney general.
The number of Ohioans being hospitalized due to influenza has leveled off over the past week. Thatâ€™s the word from the state health department. Tess Pollock gave the latest numbers on Friday.