Police officers and ministers are joining mental health, probation and prosecutor’s office representatives on a new Ohio panel to study possible updates to police training.
WOSU News Archives For: March 4, 2014
The Columbus School Board voted to close five schools at the end of the current school year. The decision will save the district money, but it was made after some tearful pleas to spare two of the schools.
Lawyers sparred Tuesday in Ohio over whether a Libertarian gubernatorial candidate was qualified for the May ballot, a dispute whose outcome could affect Republican Gov. John Kasich’s re-election bid.
The state’s private job creation corporation says it helped created nearly 18,000 jobs last year.
A federal appeals court has upheld Ohio’s new restrictions on exotic animals, rejecting a challenge by owners who claimed the law is too stringent and forces them to join in associations with which they disagree.
Itâ€™s been a year since Horseshoe Cincinnati, the last of Ohio’s casinos to open, began taking bets. So are concerns about problem gambling coming true?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has laid out new standards that could mean a big boost for some Ohio State University researchers.