We’ve all heard of yoga and meditation, two ancient eastern holistic healing practices. But there’s another ancient holistic medicinal text that’s catching on in the U.S., in part, because of its oral health benefits.
WOSU News Archives For: May 6, 2014
The WOSU Newsroom has called the race on Issue 6, a permanent levy for the Columbus Zoo, as a failed levy. With 360 precincts reporting and the Columbus zoo conceding defeat, the levy has failed.
Authorities say a man charged in a shooting at an Ohio veterans hospital intended to intimidate former co-workers he believed were having inappropriate relationships with his wife and daughter.
Through May 16, schools around the state will be testing their students using the Ohio Achievement Assessment, also known as the OAAâ€™s.
Ringling Brothers says a Columbus show planned for this week will go on despite an accident that seriously injured nine people.
A central Ohio man who had been smoking marijuana before he hit a police officer and another person standing on a highway ramp at an accident scene has been sentenced to more than three years behind bars.
Cynthia Capathios heads a group called Independent Ohio. She says she got involved because she was tired of being left out says she isnâ€™t willing to sign up and is tired of feeling left out.
Voting is under way in Ohio’s primary election that will cull the field of candidates for state and U.S. House posts, and decide the fate of a levy request for the Columbus Zoo.
Five more Columbus City schools will permanently close at the end of the school year. The closings continue a trend. In the past decade, Columbus has closed dozens of school buildings. some of schools have found new life, others have been renovated or slated for demolition.