The federal government recommends demolishing over 200 buildings at the site of a former Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio.
The Franklin County Grand Jury today returned indictments against the mother and step-father of a 4-year-old boy who was beaten to death.
Inmates on Ohio’s death row will have less contact with other inmates and visitors, more inspections of their property, and tighter rules on their medications.
There’s a life and death irony playing out in Ohio’s prison system. Corrections officials have gotten hospital treatment for a prison inmate, so he can get better and be executed.
The Ohio Parole Board has rejected clemency for a man sentenced to die next month for strangling his 67-year-old neighbor.
The state board of education voted unanimously Tuesday to more closely regulate school bus drivers in Ohio. The action was prompted by an incident in January when police say a privately employed bus driver for the Columbus district was found with cocaine on board his school bus.
A federal jury Friday sentenced 30-year-old Daryl Lawrence to death for the shooting death of a Columbus police officer. Officer Bryan Hurst died while exchanging gunfire with Lawrence at a Fifth Third Bank on East Broad Street on January 6th, 2005. Hurst was working special duty in the bank lobby.
A federal jury Friday sentenced 30-year-old Daryl Lawrence to death for the shooting death of a Columbus police officer. Officer Bryan Hurst died while exchanging gunfire with Lawrence at a Fifth Third Bank on E. Broad St. on January 6th, 2005.
Relatives of a man convicted of killing Columbus police officer Bryan Hurst today asked a federal court jury to spare his life. WOSU’s Tom Borgerding reports on the latest testimony in the trial of 30 year old Daryl Lawrence.
A federal jury Tuesday found 30-year-old Daryl Lawrence guilty in the shooting death of a Columbus police officer.
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