Columbus Police: Drug Overdose of Child is a Homicide

12:00AM
May
17, 2010

Columbus police are investigating as a homicide the death of a four year old child who had a lethal level of drugs in his system.

Justice Department Investigates Hebron Maker of Combat Helmets

12:00AM
May
17, 2010

The Army recalled thousands of combat helmets after the Justice Department began investigating the helmet maker in Hebron, east of Columbus.

Franklin County Courts Unveil Electronic Filing

12:00AM
May
9, 2010

Just as doctors are moving toward electronic medical records, so too are city and county courts in an effort reduce the paper chase that is part of court filings and proceedings.

Expert: Texting While Driving Might Boost Driver Liability in Accident

12:00AM
May
5, 2010

A legal expert says the new ban on texting while driving might increase a driver’s liability in an accident.

AEP’s First Quarter Profit Drops 4 Percent

Columbus, OH
12:00AM
April 29, 2010

American Electric Power says its first-quarter profit dropped 4 percent as the lingering effects of the recession continue to hurt demand for electricity.

Central Ohio Planners Call for a Return to Basics in Food Production

12:00AM
April
22, 2010

Central Ohio planners are calling for a return to basics in food production.

Central Ohio Health Systems form Columbus Fetal Medicine Collaborative

12:00AM
April
7, 2010

All of the health care systems in Central Ohio have agreed to work together in what is called the Columbus Fetal Medicine Collaborative.

Students Welcome College Funding Changes.

12:00AM
April
4, 2010

Sweeping changes in college loans signed into law at the end of March by President Barack Obama go into effect in three months.

U.S. Attorney Warns Against Misuse of Federal Stimulus Monday

12:00AM
March
31, 2010

Ohio’s U-S Attorney for the Southern District says a letter has been sent to all public entities in Ohio that are receiving stimulus funding.