On this episode of Broad & High we’ll spend the day in the life of a local ballerina, learn about the part of the Columbus Metropolitan Library you’ve probably never seen. A local artist describes her relationship with Flat Granny, and a look at the Viewpoints Mural Series in the Short North.
Lebron Jamesâ€™ return to Cleveland is great news for basketball fans there. Itâ€™s also good news for their local economy.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he “may have had a meeting” with embattled businessman Benjamin Suarez, but he says he’s not involved in the campaign finance case and Kasich’s testimony would serve no purpose.
Girls are up to ten times more likely than boys to suffer knee injuries in sports like soccer and basketball. Some Ohio researchers say they’ve discovered that genetic differences help explain the disparity. But a lack of proper sports training is also partly to blame.
Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams were killed in the chase in November 2012. Police claimed they were fired on first, although no guns were recovered.
A northeast Ohio man is hitting the campaign trail to promote a cause thatâ€™s very personal to him: enshrining into state law a song he wrote about his home state.
The State Attorney General and Cuyahoga County prosecutor say corruption charges have been filed against Youngstownâ€™s Mayor, Mahoning Countyâ€™s auditor and a former candidate for county prosecutor.
Former Ohio State University football coach Jim Tressel has officially signed on to be the ninth president of Youngstown State University.
A correction officer taken hostage by three inmates at a northeast Ohio county jail has been released unharmed, and the inmates have been taken to a maximum-security facility.
Former Ohio State football coach and current University of Akron vice president Jim Tressel has formally applied to be the next president of Youngstown State University.
The Cuyahoga River in northeast Ohio — known for catching fire in the 1960s — relies on frequent dredging to keep the shipping channels open. Now a controversial new proposal to dump the dredged material into Lake Erie has residents worried about contamination of the public water supply.