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 December 2013
Ohio says it will use a never-tried dose of two drugs injected intravenously to put to death an inmate who raped and killed a pregnant woman.
Ohio officials have issued no permits to owners of dangerous wild animals, though they are required to have them to keep their creatures starting Wednesday.
A federal appeals court has rejected arguments by a condemned Ohio killer facing a never-tried execution method that he received poor legal assistance before sentencing.
A defense attorney says an Ohio man shouldn’t be prosecuted for leaving the scene of an accident that killed his 4-year-old son after the boy fell out of a van and was run over.
Columbus police say in too many neighborhoods, too many people bring in the new year with “celebratory gunfire.” Last New Year’s Eve, police responded to more than 200 reports of shots being fired.
Police say Marcus Allen Hughes was hit late Monday on Brice Road by a car that had just exited from Interstate 70.
Ohio is one of a dozen states that ties increases in its minimum wages to increases in the costs of living.
A longtime Cincinnati-area officeholder says he plans to run for Ohio governor, setting up a Democratic primary with the county leader from Cleveland.
The Federal Aviation Administration has rejected Ohio and Indiana’s joint bid to become one of the agency’s six drone test sites.
Ohio State University wants to spend as much as $200 million over the next decade to create an arts district at the center of campus.