The Youngstown Vindicator says former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland will run for the Senate next year.
The Columbus Zoo has sent emergency funds to help a struggling chimpanzee sanctuary in the Ebola ravaged country of Sierre Leone.
Cheap beer has long been associated with the aluminum can and upscale brews with bottles. But some craft brewers are trying to break that stereo-type. As WOSU reports, a number of Columbus’ small craft breweries have switched from glass bottles to cans.
HIV used to be a death sentence. But, today, it’s a manageable, chronic disease. A Columbus nurse says there’s an HIV preventive pill that’s almost as effective as a vaccine.
Infertility treatments, like in vitro fertilization, have long been considered elective procedures largely not covered by health insurance. But that’s changing as more employers and insurers offer coverage. Ohio State University, though, will reduce its package in 2015.
People looking to get seasonal work often turn to the internet or the old-fashioned “want ads” for job postings. But this year, some retailers are taking a more proactive approach: social media ads.
Central Ohio hospital executives announced, Wednesday, their action plan in the event of an Ebola outbreak in the area.
The complicated plan to use tax money to buy Nationwide Arena has hit a snag. There is not enough money to make loan payments.
Former Ohio State University Marching Band members have come to the defense of its fired director and the organization’s reputation. We recently reported a university official made efforts to stop questionable band “traditions” in the early 80s following a hazing incident. WOSU talked with a band alum who marched during those years.
As the controversy over the firing of OSU’s marching band director continues, records indicate the university knew about hazing and questionable initiations as far back as 32 years.