Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
A group searching for the next president of Ohio State University continues to do its work behind closed doors.
As mourners from around the world are remembering the late Nelson Mandela, Columbus native, Julialynne Walker shares her stories when she lived and worked in South Africa for 15 years after Mandela’s release from prison.
This fall active shooters have struck the Washington D.C. Navy yard and the Los Angeles International Airport.The rash of shootings has prompted some businesses in Central Ohio to train employees how to respond if an active shooter terrorizes their workplace.
Starting next year, airport security rules in the European Union and Australia will be relaxed thanks in part to a new liquid screening device developed by Battelle and Sellex International.
A Columbus neighborhood vows to take back its streets and stop teen shootings and other crimes that ramped up during the summer.
Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of the Hollywood Casino Columbus on the West Side. Supporters call the location a crucial part of redevelopment while critics say the promises made have not been kept.
As state lawmakers continue to disagree whether to expand Medicaid insurance to Ohioans under the Affordable Health Care Act, former Ohio State football star Maurice Clarett is spreading his story supporting the expansion. He spoke today on All Sides with Ann Fisher. Clarett says he battled with mental illness for several years.
Columbus police report more teenagers are firing guns on city streets to settle disputes.
A statewide effort underway called Feed Ohio is aimed at reducing potential cuts to a federal program that serves about 850,000 Ohioans.