Teachers at a Columbus charter high school have narrowly voted to form a union. But the election outcome is contested. From member station WOSU in Columbus, Tom Borgerding reports. Full Story Copy Teachers at Franklinton Preparatory Academy on Chicago Avenue, narrowly voted 5 to 4 to join the state’s largest teachers union, the Ohio Education [...]
The number of Ohio households and businesses without electricity is beginning to shrink….but some of those without power may have to wait several more days to see it turned back on. Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen has an update on the aftermath of the weekend wind storm.
One of Ohio’s most powerful legislators has unveiled a plan he says could convince renewable energy companies to locate their factories and their jobs in the Buckeye State.
Ohio Republican Senator George Voinovich is celebrating after his long time goal of reviving nuclear power took a big step forward.
Protection for consumers and the development of alternative energy sources are at the heart of Governor Ted Strickland’s long-awaited energy plan.
Environmental activists in Ohio say there’s now clear proof that global warming has come to the Buckeye State.
Tuesday’s vote brought Democrats to power in the executive branch, and it gave them some clout in the state legislature.
Scrap copper prices today topped $3.50 per pound on the New York Mercantile Exchange. While the higher price can be good news for metal recyclers, its lead to problems for one of Columbus’ largest companies. Now,American Electric Power wants its customers to keep an eye out for metal thieves.
A fire at a northside Columbus electric substation was brought under control after firefighters smothered the flames by dousing them with foam.