On this weeks Broad and High, we look at the kids behind the hit video blog “Kids Interview Bands”, metal creations, an after-school program that provides the resources to help kids develop cutting-edge skills with high-tech equipment, and more!
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman said he is willing to work with other cities to assist with the immigration crisis at the U.S. southern border. His spokesman Dan Williamson warns, though, the city’s social service agencies do not have the capacity to take in large numbers of immigrant children. “If our social services agencies were to [...]
Many teenagers express who they are through their clothes. But for teens in foster care, getting new clothes is a luxury. Two non-profits came to Columbus Friday looking to change that.
In his two years as director of the OSU Marching Band, Jonathan Waters was praised for using technology to develop complex routines that went viral on the web. Now Jon Waters is out of a job. OSU fired him after an investigation found what officials call “serious cultural issues.” Waters intends to clear his name.
Ohio State University’s new president is settling in after about a week on the job. Michael Drake sat down with reporters to outline some of his priorities as he begins his tenure on campus.
A federal railroad administrator touted the boost rail investment has on the economy during a tour of Columbus Castings Tuesday morning.
In what officials call the largest federal murder indictment in Ohio history, more than a dozen Columbus gang members face charges. A federal grand jury indicted 17 members of the so-called Short North Posse. WOSU reports on the two year investigation by federal, state and local law enforcement.
Home renovation is a billion dollar business nationwide. Some real estate experts predict homeowners will invest more in their current property in the coming years, rather than buy a new one. WOSU takes a look at what’s driving the remodeling trend.
Columbus Public Health and Walgreens offer free HIV testing at two locations through Saturday.
Columbus is one step closer to hosting a national political convention in 2016. Members of the Democratic National Committee are expected to visit the city later this summer.