E. Coli Hits Central Ohio

12:00AM
June
17, 2008

Twelve cases of E. Coli have been confirmed in central Ohio. WOSU talks with Delaware General Health about what they’re doing to prevent more cases.

Paper Changes for County Commissioners

12:00AM
May
19, 2008

Franklin County Commissioners want county employees to use less paper and use recycled paper. The board of commissioners plans to expand it’s 2006 county-wide environmental policy. Officials hope to inspire others to do the same.

Possible End to Short-Term Loans in Ohio

12:00AM
May
15, 2008

A battle is waging in Ohio between lawmakers and payday lenders.

Communication Breakdown During Tornado

12:00AM
May
12, 2008

The Franklin County Emergency Management Association is investigating why there was an eight minute delay Sunday between the time when a Tornado warning was issued for Franklin county, and the time when the county’s Tornado sirens were sounded.

Customers Line Up for 23 Cent Pizza

12:00AM
May
8, 2008

Customers in Ohio waited as long as 2 1/2 hours for cheap pizza as Papa John’s makes good on its apology to Cleveland Cavaliers fans.

Senator Brown Calls for Dann Resignation

12:00AM
May
5, 2008

Politicians from around the state are calling for a resignation from Attorney General Marc Dann. Monday, Senator Sherrod Brown commented on the situation.

New Bill for Cancer Patients

12:00AM
May
5, 2008

At Ohio State alone, there are more than 200 clinical trials for cancer patients. At least 20-percent of patients who attempt to enroll in those programs face problems with their insurance companies.

CSX to Bring New Cars to Ohio

12:00AM
May
1, 2008

CSX Corporation says it will spend $300 million on upgrades that would allow trains with double-stacked cars to run from the East Coast to the Midwest.

Busy Day for Bomb Squad

12:00AM
April
28, 2008

It’s only Monday, but it has already been a busy week for the Columbus Division of Fire Bomb Squad after two bomb threats, at two locations, in two days here in Columbus.