The suburban ranch-style home in Ohio where humor writer Erma Bombeck launched her nationally syndicated column has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
After bitter cold on Monday, temperatures plummeted even more overnight. In the northern Union County village of Richwood, the National Weather Service reported an overnight low of -18 degrees.
Forecasts call for a Monday high near 10 degrees in Columbus, with temperatures sinking to -5 Monday night and Tuesday morning.
School districts across the state, including the Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati city schools, decided to close again Friday as frigid temperatures linger.
Forecasts call for a low of -7 Wednesday night and Thursday morning. The wind chill could make that feel as cold as -22.
The bitterly cold winter is making things tougher for Ohio growers and that could translate to higher food prices later in the year.
The prolonged cold snap is putting many utility customers in a bind with inflated heating bills.
With even more frigid temperatures forecast for Tuesday, Central Ohio school districts have cancelled classes for a second straight day. Columbus City Schools and Ohio State University have closed for Tuesday. Click for a complete list of cancellations.
Snow Trails Marketing Director says skiing, snow boarding and tubing are up thirty percent.
Each time someone is murdered in the city of Columbus, homicide detectives set out to find the killer. But sometimes the person responsible for the crime gets away – and the case turns cold. Then the investigation gets turned over to the police department’s unsolved case review team. WOSU gives this peek inside the mind of a cold case investigator.