Esther Honig

News Reporter

Esther Honig joined WOSU in early 2016. Born in San Francisco, Esther got her start in public radio while attending Mills College in Oakland, California. Before reporting for WOSU, she worked with member station KCUR in Kansas City, Missouri. Her radio reporting has been featured on  NPR, the BBC and PRI’s The World.  

A fluent Spanish-speaker and avid rock climber, Esther is always in search of a good story.

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The Ohio Department of Health says the flu is now widespread across the state.

Health officials say the number of people hospitalized for the flu took a big jump last week. There were 203 confirmed new cases last week. That compares with 93 the week before.

Esther Honig / WOSU

In her dorm at Otterbein University senior Carrie Coisman shows me the signs she’ll take to Washington. Blacks letters etched onto shiny white poster board spell the simple messages she’s hoping to get across: “Keep abortion safe” and “Ohioans for Texas.”

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