Indiana-based artist Tasha Lewis transforms the Conservatory’s gallery with thousands of magnetic cyanotype butterflies printed on cotton fabric. Her blue butterflies hover in mid-air and seem to swarm the space, blurring the connection between the natural and artificial worlds.
Columbus Zoo officials say they don’t want a downtown zoo anymore and will not seek a large permanent tax levy like the one that went down in defeat last month.
A Columbus non-profit agency operates one of 4 programs in Ohio helping pregnant women addicted to drugs that will receive a share of more than $4 million in grant money.
A Delaware County Grand Jury has indicted a man for the stabbing of an Ohio Wesleyan University student.
An entrepreneurs conference underway in downtown Columbus offers tips for small business owners.
Nigerian immigrants in Central Ohio are nervously waiting for news about the more than 200 school girls kidnapped in their homeland.
A Columbus high school student uses his award-winning poetry to educate others about his disability.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says the Zoo levy voters will decide next week is a key to ongoing change in Columbus that will enable more Columbus children to learn about animals.
The Columbus Fire Department will be holding a weekend long “boot camp” called “Can You Take the Heat,” starting today in Reynoldsburg. It’s part of an effort to attract a more diverse workforce within the department.
Ohio grape growers are still assessing the damage from this past winter’s severe cold weather. Some experienced a total loss of their best crops and are hoping for federal help to plant new grape vines for local wineries.