Ohio prison officials want to be able to save money by releasing inmates who require round-the-clock medical care or are otherwise incapacitated.
WOSU News Archives For June 2014
A jury has convicted a northeast Ohio telemarketing millionaire of witness tampering in a case involving campaign contributions to two prominent Republican politicians.
Authorities say a central Ohio firefighter remained in critical condition two days after he went into cardiac arrest when lightning struck outside a soccer stadium before an MLS game.
Ohio Stateâ€™s new president Michael Drake started his job Monday. Drake becomes the 15th president of the university. He first met with faculty and staff.
The case, Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby, is perhaps the most important decision of the term. It centers on the Affordable Care Act’s guarantee of no-cost prescription contraception.
Since 2005, Ohio has had 256 serious incidents involving hazardous material releases during transport. That puts the state third in the nation behind only California and Texas.
Michael Drake becomes the first African-American president at Ohio State University when he assumes the school’s top post today.
Home renovation is a billion dollar business nationwide. Some real estate experts predict homeowners will invest more in their current property in the coming years, rather than buy a new one. WOSU takes a look at whatâ€™s driving the remodeling trend.
Ohio University trustees have approved a 1.5 percent tuition increase for undergraduate students for the upcoming school year.
A resurgence in attendance is expected for this weekend’s annual Dayton air show, a year after a fiery crash claimed two performers.
A commission choosing an artist to design Ohio’s Thomas Edison statue for the U.S. Capitol has narrowed the search down to six semi-finalists.