In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
Revenue rose slightly in the last three months of 2011, but income fell by nearly $2 million during the same time.
Wendyâ€™s International is bringing an additional 170 jobs back to Dublin. The move is part of the hamburger chainâ€™s effort to consolidate its headquarters.
Federal investigators say Andrew Hill ran an elaborate mortgage fraud scheme, obtaining $1.2 million in loans.
Authorities say Cliff Gallatin used $120,000 in employee retirement contributions to pay for expensive cars, boats, a country club membership, and a lake-front condo.
“Nothing flies like Old Glory. It’s the most beautiful flag in the world. And what it represents is so perfect.” Says Cowgill.
There’s good news for some school districts in the state Senate’s version of the proposed budget. The Senate’s spending plan would use about $100 million to soften cuts approved in the House version.
Governor John Kasich’s budget would have a substantial impact on state aid to local governments. The budget calls for a 25 percent reduction for the first year of the new budget and another 25 percent for the second year.
Police in Dublin say a man has been hospitalized and a woman arrested after a shooting outside a financial services building.
In Columbus, red light cameras are being touted as a way to make intersections safer. In nearby Dublin, engineers believe that in some cases getting rid of traffic lights altogether is the key to protecting motorists. That’s why the Columbus suburb has converted a handful of intersections to roundabouts.
The family of a man who drowned after his car crashed into a pond in Dublin has sued the city and several highway officials.