Federal data says toxic emissions are declining in central Ohio.
A widespread winter storm has dumped snow over parts of Ohio just days after the region was hit by another storm moving from the nation’s midsection.
After a bleak winter for Ohio ski resorts last year, this week’s heavy snowfall is being celebrated as many slopes open for the first time this season.
Forecasters expect a rare late-April snowstorm to cover the shores of Lake Erie with up to eight inches of snow beginning late Monday.
More snow is expected in Ohio, where a storm has left up to 10 inches on the ground and contributed to a highway pileup involving as many as 20 vehicles.
A winter storm is headed to the Ohio River Valley. The National Weather Service forecasts possible ice accumulations for a large swath of Ohio stretching from Greenville through Delaware and Mount Vernon.
After a couple days of rain, snow is back in the Central Ohio forecast for the end of this week. If you’re tired of winter, WOSU Commentator and local historian Ed Lentz says, previous generations shared your pain.
A light blanket of snow fell on Central Ohio before dawn. The wintry weather has forced some area schools to delay opening this morning.
Road conditions are variable this morning as salt crews treated some sections of major highways overnight. North Union Schools in Union County are operating on a two hour delay.
The recent winter weather has made some question whether the city of Columbus is equipped with enough snow plows. Many side streets remain covered with snow. WOSU takes a look at some other cities’ snow plow fleets.
Central Ohio was hit for the third time in two weeks with winter weather. As snow fell all day yesterday and into the night, plow crews hit the roads. WOSUreports the snow removal business, at least for one landscaping company, has proved profitable this season.