Thursday, April 28, 201604/28/2016

Campus Rent Squeeze

Jim Weiker, Columbus Dispatch reporter, discusses his story on rental rates in the OSU campus area, as more students live on-campus and more new construction increases the supply of housing, on housing costs in the area.

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Wednesday, April 27, 201604/27/2016

“Employment First”

John Martin, Director of the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, discusses the agency’s new employment initiative for clients, “Employment First” an effort to increase the number of Ohioans with developmental disabilities to enter the work force and to find employment for them.


Monday, April 25, 201604/25/2016

Diabetes “Call to Action”

Charles Farmer, Public Relations Director with the Central Ohio Diabetes Association, discussed The World Health Organization’s “Call To Action” that focuses on diabetes awareness and outreach. More than 10.5 percent of the population in Ohio has diabetes; 7.2 percent has pre-diabetes.


Monday, April 25, 201604/25/2016

Motorcycle Safety

Kolman Fuzy, Deputy Director of ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education), discusses motorcycle safety and biker rights. ABATE is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the right, improving the image, and promoting safe operating practices of Ohio Motorcyclists.

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Tuesday, April 12, 201604/12/2016

Financial Literacy

Stefanie Steward-Young, Sr. VP/Community Reinvestment Act Strategies Director for 5/3 Bank, discusses Financial Literacy Month and whether Americans understand the most important things about their savings, budgeting, retirement planning and credit.

Thursday, March 31, 201603/31/2016

Utility Submeters

Dan Gearino, Columbus Dispatch reporter, discusses his series of stories on submeter utility companies, efforts to regulate them more tightly and has advice for apartment renters and condominium buyers.

Wednesday, March 30, 201603/30/2016

Help for People Who Stutter

Ruth McDermott of Friends, the National Assoication of Young People Who Stutter, discusses the organization’s upcoming national convention in Columbus, the causes and treatments of stuttering and the need for qualified specialists to help those who stutter and their families.


Sunday, March 27, 201603/27/2016

Small Business Grants

Lorraine Walker, founder of Silver Bridge Coffee, explains how Ohio small businesses can benefit from grants, available through their local Small Business Development Center, to expand and create jobs


Friday, March 18, 201603/18/2016

Ohio Primary Recap

Mike Gonidakis, Republican Party strategist, discusses the Ohio primary and what may be behind the populist movement in the American electorate and the recent appointment of Merrick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court.


Friday, March 11, 201603/11/2016

School District Report Cards

Chris Woolard, Senior Executive Director of the Ohio Dept. of Education, discusses Ohio’s School District Report Cards and changes in the testing process that determines evaluations of schools and districts.


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