In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
The board of directors of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has voted to forego a levy request on the November ballot.
The Franklin County Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to hire a firm that will draw up plans to raze the 60 year old building.
The democratic candidate for governor is facing sharp criticism from the camp of incumbent Republican Governor John Kasich. Candidate Ed FitzGerald appeared on WOSUâ€™s All Sides with Ann Fisher Wednesday.
A new exhibit at Columbusâ€™ Ohio History Center traces the stateâ€™s extinct species and looks at modern-day threats to other animals and plants.
Thousands will descend on Columbusâ€™ Goodale Park June 27 through June 29 for the annual Comfest celebration.
Columbus City Schools officials say theyâ€™re launching a summer Third Grade Reading Blitz. The school system wants third graders who have so far failed the Ohio Achievement Assessment to attend summer classes or receive some other type of assistance.
Columbus City Schools officials are going door-to-door this week. Theyâ€™re urging the families of third graders who still have not passed the stateâ€™s third grade reading assessment test to enroll their students in summer school or other help sessions.
A local economist says federal money allocated to feeding Franklin Countyâ€™s poor has a significant impact on the regional economy.
In a handful of counties northeast of Columbus public health officials are traveling back roads and setting up clinics in churches and town halls. Theyâ€™re trying to contain a measles outbreak among the mostly unvaccinated Amish community.