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 [...]
A Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. spokesman says the company is laying off 480 people across the country, the latest round of job cuts by the Columbus-based corporation.
A new study shows that, compared to 2004, Ohio now has fewer children without medical insurance. But, more adults lack health coverage. The study was released this morning.
The health insurance industry is entering the national conversation over how to heal America’s health insurance problems and help the 47 million Americans who are uninsured – including 1.2 million Ohioans.
You’d think with Lojack, On-star and global positioning satellites, car thievery would be a dying industry. But experts say its not.
There’s a new bill being considered by Ohio lawmakers that’s meant to help more Ohioans afford health care coverage. In fact, backers of the plan say it would cut the ranks of the uninsured in half over the next few years.
The number of trips to Ohio emergency rooms continues to rise, but almost none of the increase is coming from patients who have private insurance.
There is good news on the car theft front in Ohio,at least it’s good news for car owners.
The state is warning seniors about risky life insurance pitches. The department of insurance alerted older Ohioans to be cautions about arrangements–called STOLI, where an investor group is likely to become the beneficiary of a life insurance policy.
Several hundred motorcycle riding employees at Nationwide Insurance invited other Ohio bikers downtown today. It’s the second year the Columbus-based company has participated in National Ride to Work Day.
Advocates of government social welfare programs in Ohio are touting a new poll to push state legislators to provide more health insurance to financially-strapped families with children. Some lawmakers say they’re already doing it in the latest state budget proposal, but the advocates want even more.