An attorney who served as a legal guardian for hundreds of people in central Ohio has been indicted on charges alleging theft, records-tampering and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
WOSU News Archives For: June 24, 2013
State lawmakers are back in Columbus Monday for talks on the budget that includes a massive tax overhaul plan rolled out last week.
More than 150 civilian employees at Ohio’s largest military base have taken steps to appeal furloughs imposed because of federal budget cuts.
College officials, students and parents are watching closely to see whether Congress takes action this week on federally subsidized college loans. The interest rate on subsidized Stafford loans is set to double when the current rate of 3.4 percent sunsets on July 1st.
Food trucks, once quaint lunch alternatives, have become a thriving industry in Columbus. As many as 150 mobile food vendors operate in the city. That expansion has brought some tension between the mobile restaurants and their bricks-and-mortar counterparts.