A task force studying Ohio police and community relations has narrowed down list of potential recommendations.
WOSU News Archives For March 2014
Public health officials tracking a growing outbreak of mumps in central Ohio say four-fifths of the cases confirmed so far are linked to Ohio State University.
A group in Northeast Ohio is promoting an alternative form of atomic power that they say promises safer and cheaper nuclear reactors: Thorium. But critics say its time as a viable energy source has passed.
Health care advocates are holding their final enrollment events around Ohio as a key deadline under the federal law approaches.
Beginning this spring, the Greater Columbus Arts Council kicks off its Street Performer program in Columbus. Venues around the city will showcase the talents of singers, mimes, jugglers and performers of all sorts through the end of the year and beyond if the program takes hold.
A northwestern Ohio furniture maker plans to hire more workers after signing a new deal with Swedish furniture retailer Ikea.
A federal appeals court has upheld the sentences of four defendants in a failed anti-Wall Street plot to bomb a highway bridge near Cleveland.
Individual cases were reported involving people from Fairfield, Hamilton, Licking and Union counties. Delaware County says it is investigating six suspected cases of mumps.
Ford executives say the new workers will build a V6 engine for the 2015 F-150 truck.
A sentencing date has been set for an Ohio pediatric doctor who has pleaded guilty to accessing child pornography.
Car dealers in Ohio say theyâ€™ve reached a compromise with Silicone Valley-based Tesla, the electric automaker with a unique and controversial business model. The company sells directly to customers, not through a dealer. Thereâ€™s no haggling; the price of each car is non-negotiable.