On this episode of Broad & High, an artist profile: Dennis DeVendra, a blind woodturner. Also a look at Dangerdust, the anonymous chalk artist duo from Columbus College of Arts and Design, Helping Hands Center an arts & autism based in Clintonville, Petali Teas and D’Art the Gallery Kitty at Dublin Arts Council.
Every week during this travel season, we’ll take you to an interesting but often-overlooked part of Ohio. This week we’re headed to the town of Somerset to explore one of Ohio’s first roads.
Ohio’s governor has signed into law the state’s widely watched new regulations on exotic animals.
A state veterinarian has cleared the animals of the infectious diseases for which they were quarantined last year, but they’ll stay under state care out of concern for possible rabies infections.
The plan would prohibit people from acquiring additional dangerous wildlife, and require current owners of lions, tigers and other large animals to meet strict new care standards.
Do you think the school should be able to display the famous Massillon Tiger at football games?
A hearing has been scheduled over Ohio’s quarantine order for five exotic animals kept at the Columbus Zoo since their escape in October.
Halliburton is planning to bring about 300 jobs over the next three years to the Zanesville area as it looks to expected growth in Ohio’s oil and natural gas industry.
Four Ohio men will face trial early next year on charges they tried to steal the carcass of a lion that was one of many exotic animals set free by a suicidal owner.
The widow of an Ohio man who released dozens of tigers, bears and other animals at his farm before killing himself is appealing the state’s quarantine of the six surviving creatures. Marian Thompson’s lawyer requested a hearing in a letter to the Ohio Department of Agriculture this week. The lawyer did not cite a specific [...]
The widow of Terry Thompson wants her animals back, but the Department of Agriculture has issued a quarantine order. What do you think?