OSU students protest dismissal of Lantern adviser

12:00AM
June
11, 2004

Thousands of seniors are looking forward to graduation from Ohio State University on Sunday. But many of the university’s graduating and non-graduating journalism students feel a sense of dread.

Suspect in Linden Serial Rapes arrested

12:00AM
June
8, 2004

Officials say D-N-A evidence used to connect a suspect to a series of rapes sat untested for more than two years because authorities didn’t have money to pay for analysis.

Health officials urge parents to update school kids’ vaccinations

12:00AM
June
2, 2004

Although summer break is just days away for many Central Ohio school children, local health officials want parents to plan ahead for next year by making sure their children’s immunizations are up-to-date.

Expansion controversy at OSU’s Don Scott Airport – Part 2

12:00AM
May
18, 2004

Ohio State University and residents in Worthington and other parts of northwest Columbus are embroiled in a fight for understanding and information. For the past few years, the university has researched the possibility of expanding a runway at Don Scott Airport. Residents fear an expanded runway will add more noise to the area.

Expansion controversy at OSU’s Don Scott Airport – Part 1

12:00AM
May
18, 2004

Columbus are embroiled in a fight for understanding and information. For the past few years, the university has researched the possibility of expanding a runway at Don Scott airport. Residents fear an expanded runway will add more noise to the area.

OSU Trustees approve tuition hike

12:00AM
May
7, 2004

Ohio State University students will receive the largest percentage tuition increase, 13.4%, among state-supported schools.

Supreme Court refuses to let Clarett into NFL draft

12:00AM
April
22, 2004

The Supreme Court has turned down Maurice Clarett’s request to join the N-F-L draft this weekend. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she saw no reason to overturn a lower court’s stay preventing the former Ohio State running back from being picked.

New database to help police fight stalking

12:00AM
April
14, 2004

The Columbus City Attorney and a multi-jurisdictional group of law enforcement officials hope better communication amongst departments will lead to more arrests and convictions of stalkers.

Mayor Coleman calls for changes in hidden gun law

12:00AM
April
8, 2004

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman, city council members and other city leaders today expressed displeasure with a portion of the conceal carry law now in effect. Coleman says the children playing in city parks may be in danger. The mayor and a host of other city officials say the new law allows people to carry hidden guns in public parks, pools, bike trails and other outdoor facilities.