WOSU News Archives For: November 22, 2011

Missing Ohio man Could Be 3rd Craigslist Victim

A Noble County Sheriff's Office patrol car
November 22, 2011

Jack Kern tells The Associated Press that his son, Timothy Kern, was promised $300 a week, a trailer and a truck for the job near Caldwell in Noble County.

Environment Group Says Thanksgiving Travelers Gobble Too Much Gas

Electric Car Retrofit
Researchers at OSU's Center For Automotive Research on Kinnear Rd examine electric engine installed in SUV. Advocates say more electric cars are needed to meet future mileage standards.
22, 2011

Environmental advocacy group says proposed new fuel mileage standards would reduce cost of traveling ‘over the river and through the woods’ this Thanksgiving week.

“Heartbeat Bill” Fracturing Ohio’s Anti-Abortion Community

Ohio Right to Life's opposition to the so-called "Heartbeat Bill" has helped fuel a split in the anti-abortion community.
November 22, 2011

A county branch of “Ohio Right to Life” is breaking away from the statewide organization after a disagreement over the so-called “Heartbeat Bill.”

Is There Too Much Emphasis On Technology In Schools?

22, 2011

A few schools in Ohio have shunned computers and other forms of technology, preferring to get back to pencil and paper basics. State policy makers are pushing technology in schools. What do you think? Do schools over-emphasize technology?

Ohio Veterans Seek Out GI Bill

Department of Veterans Affairs Display Ad
November 22, 2011

Some Ohio veterans are questioning the GI benefits used at for-profit schools.