This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
A Republican Ohio Senator has proposed what cities say amounts to a ban on red light cameras, which have generated tens of millions of dollars for local municipalities.
WOSU hosted NPR’s Neal Conan and Ken Rudin for an evening of politics, trivia, puzzles and jokes during the â€œPolitical Junkie Road Showâ€ on Wednesday.
When it’s time to put a fresh coat of paint on the house, many home owners say “gimme a ladder and a brush.” But for those who are elderly or low-income, keeping up a home is not quite as simple. Former Ohio first lady Hope Taft stepped in and helped a woman who was in this very predicament.
A fight could be brewing on Governor Ted Strickland’s first-day veto of a bill from the previous Legislature.
Governor Taft has signed into law a bill that has been supported by advocates for the mentally ill for two decades.
The Ohio Supreme Court has given Governor Taft a public reprimand for violating state ethics laws.
There are indications that Ohio Governor Bob Taft might sign a bill that would require private health insurers to cover mental health problems the same way they do physical illnesses.
Thursday is the eighth and final time Governor Bob Taft will spend the night with an Ohio State Fair Farm Family – A tradition that started with Governor James Rhodes.
Governor Taft has signed a bill that targets lenders and mortgage brokers who prey on consumers with bad credit or low incomes.
The state Supreme Court has ruled that the governor may keep secret some records he uses for decision-making.