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 [...]
The two Democratic state lawmakers listed as adversaries to a state agency’s plan to promote drilling in state parks are speaking out.
The Ohio Supreme Court has dismissed an environmental group’s case seeking documents related to alleged illegal dumping of wastewater from oil and gas drilling into a northeast Ohio storm sewer.
Wildlife officials say feral hogs are increasing popping up in Ohio and can wreak havoc on agriculture.
A popular Central Ohio dog park is expected to re-open Friday afternoon. Alum Creek Dog Park was temporarily closed while state officials checked for evidence of canine parvovirus.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources wants to cut in half the total number of deer a hunter can kill in a year.
Civil disobedience is a tactic that’s starting to be adopted in Ohio by some environmentalists protesting the oil and gas drilling method often called fracking.
Environmental activists in Athens County say dangerous chemicals are being injected deep into the earth in the Southwest region of the state, and they’re worried that the same thing is happening at dozens of other wells around Ohio.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources plans to hire an additional 60 inspectors to keep pace with the increase in oil and natural gas drilling around the state.
The list of proposals includes banning drilling rigs from coming within 300 feet of campgrounds, high-quality lakes, and historical and archaeological sites.
Grand Lake St. Marys in western Ohio is the state’s largest inland lake. It’s a state park that for years has been a popular tourist destination. But farm runoff has polluted the waters. Now there’s an algae bloom that’s the worst in the lake’s history. Tourism is drying up and some local people are irritated by what they believe is inaction by state officials.