In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
WOSU News Archives For November 2013
A group of prison inmates in Ohio is helping a zoo restore populations of a salamander that is endangered in the state.
Ohio has approved state and federal grants to help develop and improve public access for outdoor recreation facilities across the state.
Deer hunters will get an extra 30 minutes each day to hunt when deer-gun season opens December 2nd in Ohio.
An Ohio Amish girl diagnosed with leukemia continues natural treatments while hiding with her parents amid a legal case over whether she’ll be forced to continue chemotherapy.
The Ohio Department of Transportation says some construction work will be suspended over the Thanksgiving holiday, but drivers may still come across many work zone restrictions.
It’s been 30 years since the film “A Christmas Story” opened to mixed reviews, but it has emerged as a holiday favorite along with mistletoe and spiked eggnog.
Hundreds of homes in a small northern Ohio city will remain evacuated into Thursday after a train derailment damaged a railcar that leaked flammable liquid.
A Columbus City Schools bus driver will appear in court Monday morning on charges she endangered the lives of children.
As families prepare to gather around the table for Thanksgiving, state policymakers are urging the governor to change requirements for food assistance. Some lawmakers say thereâ€™s disparity across the state when it comes to food stamps.
A Toledo attorney has filed a class action lawsuit against several mug shot websites that have required money to removed the picture. The lawyer alleges extortion. But the operators defend the sites as a public service.