Austin Singletary
Ohio State University Office of Student Life

Coroner Says Ohio State Student Died From Broken Neck

Preliminary autopsy results indicate Ohio State student Austin Singletary died from a broken neck during the annual Mirror Lake jump on Ohio State's campus. Singletary, a third-year student from Dayton, was pulled from the lake early Wednesday morning. He died at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center later Wednesday morning.
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Cars in traffic at night
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Planning Commission / Flickr Creative Commons

More Ohio Drivers Expected On Roadways Over Thanksgiving

OH Rep. Wants To Ban Microbeads

Nov 27, 2015

Congress will soon vote on a bill to ban microbeads – those tiny plastic particles in toothpaste, facial scrubs, body washes and other personal care products. There’s now a new effort to deal with them at the state level.

Quinn Dombrowski / Flickr

The state says it's taken extra steps to stock widely varied brands and packaging at state liquor stores for the holidays.

Itzhak Perlman recently turned 70 years old.  This amazing violinist manages to stay engaged wherever he goes.

Here he is with the Theme from Schindler's List by John Williams.

His versatility allows him to be serious one minute, and amusingly deadpan the next.

Rick Buchanan

The composer/performer used to be a common thing. Think Mozart, Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, and Shostakovich. It isn't as common as it once was, but ProMusica likes to find and feature those musicians in their concerts.

Ohio State and Michigan football at Michigan Stadium
Michael Barera / Wikimedia Commons

Ohio State's playoff hopes and shot at a Big Ten championship took a major hit last weekend. This week the Buckeyes move on to face Michigan to close out the regular season.

A state inspector general's report says a former top aide to Ohio's lieutenant governor claimed traveling to salon appointments as work and got paid for it.

Police car
Flickr / Creative Commons

Police say they have arrested a woman suspected of fatally stabbing a woman near a bar in central Ohio.

Ohio Public Radio

Speaking to thousands of people inside a packed rally in Columbus, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Monday that the U.S. should engage in much more aggressive interrogation techniques on terrorism suspects as he continues to push a hard line on national security after the Paris attacks.

Studio 35 Bad Movie Night Poster
Studio 35

This episode of Pop Columbus dives into the world of B movies, which are now some of the most profitable movies being made. 

Despite a recent dip in sales in October, housing sales in Central Ohio are up more than 9 percent this year.


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Encouraging Childhood Creativity

Tight budgets and testing goals mean that many school have cut back on creativity in the classroom. English and math are important, but many believe a quality childhood education must include activities like art, music and play.
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