Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
Ohio’s high court has upheld a state legislative panel’s vote to fund an expansion of Medicaid.
Rats moving into Clintonville force residents to change some of their habits. A recent study by the Columbus Public Health Department shows a widespread rat invasion.
Wilmington, Ohio was devastated in 2008, when German shipping company DHL announced it was closing its U.S. hub in the tiny southwest Ohio town. Within months, thousands of people in Wilmington and surrounding counties lost their jobs. David C. Barnett recently returned to Wilmington to see how residents are coping five years later.
Authorities say a Ross County woman was killed in an accidental shooting by a law-enforcement officer during a drug raid.
Nearly 5,700 Ohio residents have successfully picked health insurance plans through the new online marketplace created by President Barack Obama’s law.
By all accounts, this week has been better for the Obama administration, the Affordable Care Act and for people looking to buy health insurance. After two months of trouble healthcare.gov seems to be working. That’s a relief to Central Ohioans buying insurance and those trying to help them do it.
The Ohio Legislature has passed a bill to create a new oversight committee for Medicaid and take steps to limit the cost growth of the federal-state health program for the poor and disabled.
An Ohio Amish girl diagnosed with leukemia continues natural treatments while hiding with her parents amid a legal case over whether she’ll be forced to continue chemotherapy.
As families prepare to gather around the table for Thanksgiving, state policymakers are urging the governor to change requirements for food assistance. Some lawmakers say there’s disparity across the state when it comes to food stamps.
Franklin County Coroner Jane Gorniak said it’s the youngest suicide she has seen in her career. An eight year old girl from Columbus died four days after hanging herself. It is an unusual case. Suicide among very young children is very low. But WOSU reports experts say there’s a need to increase awareness among elementary-age kids.