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.
Finding housing that suits the needs of the disabled is no easy task.
Columbus School Board members today approved the millage for this November’s ballot. Despite a range from 6.75 to 7.75 mils board members voted on a number in the middle.
The soon-to-be-vacated 94-year-old Lazarusstore in downtown Columbus will be transformed into an arts andscience center.
Thad Matta officially became a Buckeye Friday. The former Xavier coach was introduced as Ohio State’s men’s basketball coach.
A national lobbying organization for gays and lesbians announced a local campaign against proposed amendment to the Constitution set to hit the Senate floor next week.
Without family or friends to care for them often mentally ill or disabled people have no one to help them make critical decisions. But a local program provides court appointed guardians to fill that void.
The man suspected of raping more than 30 women in Central Ohio Monday made his second appearance in court.
Columbus City Council heard testimony Tuesday from persons for and against a city wide smoking ban. Opponents of the ban say business and the local economy will suffer. Proponents say the health of the public is too important to ignore.
Responding to tornadoes, floods and terrorist attacks is the responsibilty of the Ohio Emergency Management Agency and the county agencies of which it is comprised.