This Winter is poised to be one of the most brutal of the last 30 years according to insurance companies. A survey of 26 auto and home insurers in Ohio showed they expect huge claims just related to the Polar Vortex.
More people are turning to hemp seeds as a source of healthy fats and protein, and as a sustainable crop. QUEST Ohio's Anne Glausser reports.
A controversial, so-called “religious freedom” bill in the Ohio legislature is being pulled. The legislation, similar to the bill that recently passed in Arizona, has been widely criticized for opening the door to discrimination against LGBT Ohioans. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports on why the Ohio legislation is dead for now.
The courtroom was packed. Nearly twice as much time was allotted. And the Ohio Supreme Court grilled attorneys on all sides in a drilling case that began in Summit County and has environmentalists, communities and corporations nationwide watching closely. For Ohio Public Radio,WKSU’s M.L. Schultze has more on today’s arguments.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 5:40 PM
State leaders continue to make policy decisions regarding Ohio’s voting rules. But as Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports, Democrats want officials to put a stop to these changes.
The Cleveland Clinic held its annual staff meeting Wednesday. Chief Executive Dr. Toby Cosgrove reported the hospital system is in strong financial shape, despite changes in the health care market.
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