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.


Friday, March 4, 201603/04/2016

Kick Butt Columbus

Sherri Palmer, Program Manager for Keep Columbus Beautiful, Department of Public Service with the City of Columbus talks about the annual Kick Butt Columbus campaign. This is the annual spring highway ramp clean up created to remove blighted conditions from our city’s exit and entrance ramps after winter thaw and raise awareness about the hazards of cigarette butt litter to the environment.

Friday, March 4, 201603/04/2016

Flying Horse Farms

Mimi Dane, President/CEO of Flying Horse Farms. They provide magical, transforming experiences for children with serious illnesses to participate in wonderful camp activities. Flying Horse Farms is a member of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, founded by actor and Ohio native Paul Newman.

Sunday, February 28, 201602/28/2016

Zika Virus

Dr. Mary DiOrio, medical director of the Ohio Department of Health, discusses the Zika virus and how seven returning travelers to Ohio have been tested for the virus. Doctors say the biggest concern about the virus is its possible link to birth defects. The virus is spread by a particular mosquito in tropical areas and there is currently no vaccine for the virus.


Sunday, February 21, 201602/21/2016

Dress For Success

Vicki Bowen Hewes, CEO of Dress for Success Columbus discusses their mission that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

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Friday, February 12, 201602/12/2016

Columbus 2020: 2015 In Review

Kenny McDonald, President and CEO of Columbus 2020, takes a look back at the central Ohio economy in 2015 and makes some forecasts for 2016.


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