WOSU News Archives For: October 7, 2013

Furloughed Ohio National Guard Members Recalled To Work

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The Ohio National Guard recalled to work the 1,800 members furloughed last week due to the government shutdown.
4:05PM
October 7, 2013

The 1,800 Ohio Army and Air National Guard members who were furloughed, last week, due to the government shutdown all have been recalled to their jobs.

September Casino Revenues Mixed

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Revenues in Ohio's four gambling casinos were mixed in September. Cincinnati and Cleveland saw increases, while revenues in Columbus and Toledo fell.
3:59PM
October
7, 2013

New numbers released today by the Ohio Casino Control Commission show overall revenues dipped slightly from August to September.

Delaware Drug Task Force Arrests 29; Four Still At Large

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Clockwise from top-left: Adam Polt, Gergory Jacobs, Veronika Stephens, and Joseph Johnson.
12:37PM
October
7, 2013

Authorities in Delaware County say more than two dozen people were arrested in a weekend drug sweep.

Security Increasing At Statehouse

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The Senate plans to restrict access to certain chamber entrances and the Senate president's office.
8:30AM
October
7, 2013

Signs of forthcoming security changes are starting to show up at the Ohio Statehouse.

Ohioans Face Monday Deadline To Register For Nov. Election

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File photo
8:17AM
October
7, 2013

The deadline for Ohioans to register to vote in the November election has arrived.

After One Year, Hollywood Casino Bringing Investment On West Side

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Hollywood Casino Columbus at center of redevelopment of West Side.
5:00AM
October
7, 2013

Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of the Hollywood Casino Columbus on the West Side. Supporters call the location a crucial part of redevelopment while critics say the promises made have not been kept.

Will US Route 33 Bypass Help Or Hurt Nelsonville?

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Sign in bank window, Nelsonville
4:05AM
October
7, 2013

In a ceremonial ribbon cutting last week, Ohio transportation officials opened the Nelsonville Bypass. The 8 ½ mile stretch of 4-lane through the Wayne National Forest relieves traffic congestion in Nelsonville in northwest Athens County. But many residents wonder what impact the bypass will have on the future of their city.