This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
Persistent toxic algae blooms are wreaking havoc on Ohio’s multi-billion dollar lake tourism industry. Elected officials and state agencies are fighting back with new tools to better help them monitor the blooms and reduce the nutrients feeding them from Ohio farms and cities. But the battle isn’t over yet.
For the second installment of her series “Drink Fish Swim,” Karen Schaefer reports on what local officials call a revolution in storm water management.
Improving water quality for fish and other wildlife is the goal of a one-million dollar project to remove two river dams in the city of Cuyahoga Falls this summer. Supporters believe taking down the dams will also improve the quality of life for local residents and boost the local economy.
The summit in Northeast Ohio led to an updated agreement between the two countries to restore the health of the Great Lakes, but environmentalists are skeptical about funding.
Every week this travel season we’re taking you on a road trip to an interesting but often-overlooked part of Ohio. This week’s we’re heading to Cleveland to explore the city’s Little Italy neighborhood.
This travel season, we’re taking you on a series of road trips, all part of “The New Ohio Guide.” This week we head to Cleveland’s vibrant Asia Town district.
On one of their first stops after the Democratic National Convention, Barak Obama and Joe Biden will be in Cleveland Saturday.
The longer fuel prices remain high, the more attention is given energy alternatives by political candidates, business owners and consumers.
A new poll by the University of Akron finds that Ohioans see the economy as the top issue in this fall’s presidential election.