On this episode of Broad & High, an artist profile: Dennis DeVendra, a blind woodturner. Also a look at Dangerdust, the anonymous chalk artist duo from Columbus College of Arts and Design, Helping Hands Center an arts & autism based in Clintonville, Petali Teas and D’Art the Gallery Kitty at Dublin Arts Council.
Anyone can get up in front of a crowd and give a speech. But it’s another thing to be able to motivate and encourage people. WOSU spoke with an improbable motivational speaker who has an inspiring story.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority has been working to restore routes and service hours that were cut due to financial hardship last year. 10,000 hours were restored in May, and the bus system hopes to replace as many as 40 coaches before the end of the year. But COTA is having a hard time finding new drivers.
Police officers from the Columbus area held a brief vigil yesterday afternoon outside a bank where an officer was killed almost two years ago. The gathering came in response to a federal judge’s decision last week to set aside the death sentence for the man convicted of murdering officer Bryan Hurst.
It was once year ago today that Columbus Police Officer Bryan Hurst was killed during a robbery while working extra-duty at a Fifth-Third Bank on the Far East Side. Today, fellow officers held a plaque dedication in Hurst’s memory. WOSU’s
The man accused of killing a Columbus police officer during an attempted bank robbery pled innocent Thursday at his arraignment in US District Court in Columbus.
Hundreds of police officers from around central Ohio and around the state gathered in Worthington Tuesday for the funeral of slain Columbus police officer Bryan Hurst.
Columbus police observed a minute of silence at noon for an officer killed while on special duty guarding a bank. The suspect in yesterday’s fatal shooting during an attempted bank robbery remains at large.