The suburban ranch-style home in Ohio where humor writer Erma Bombeck launched her nationally syndicated column has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Franklin County Board of Elections says 3 Democrats and one Republican have submitted paperwork to run for mayor of Columbus.
WOSU-TV presents the tenth installment of the Columbus Neighborhoods series. This latest documentary profiles the city of Bexley.
The national recidivism rate – the number of ex-convicts who return to prison – is about 40 percent. Ohio’s rate is 27 percent. State officials credit Ohio’s relatively low recidivism on community programs that mentor inmates.
Two years ago, a WOSU investigation found that in 2011 and 2012 Columbus police shot more people per capita than police in New York City. But in the last year the number of police shootings by Columbus officers has dropped.
Yoga is a centuries-old practice that proponents say enriches the body, mind and spirit. For a central Ohio businesswoman, her encounter with Yoga has been transformational.
The Ohio State University Buckeyes are home now after their triumphant win over the Oregon Ducks. Buses carrying players and coaches rolled up to the Woody Hayes football complex just before sunset.
The library is evolving. Once a repository for books, there’s been a shift in emphasis. Library officials say that customers’ needs are growing. And that calls for a new architectural concept.
Christmas card sales have dropped steadily in recent years. But card companies are using technology to try to keep the tradition alive.
Back in the 1930s, a Columbus kindergarten teacher had a dream. Violet Shinbach went door to door selling the idea of bronzed baby shoes. The idea was a hit with Americans coast to coast. The company she founded is still in business under the able leadership of her grandson, Robert Kaynes.