Jo Ingles (Ohio Public Radio)

Jo Ingles is an award-winning journalist who began her career in Louisville, Kentucky in the mid 80’s. Through the years, she’s worked in both radio and television as a reporter and production assistant. She’s assisted in the production of a presidential debate for ABC Television news, reported for a major commercial radio station in Louisville, and then came back to her native Ohio to begin working at the WOSU Stations in Columbus Ohio in 1989 to begin a long resume of work in public radio.

After working for more than a decade as a general assignment reporter at WOSU-AM, Jo was hired by the Ohio Public Radio/TV News Bureau where she’s worked for the past 11 years. She’s covered everything from tax hikes to Supreme Court proceedings to educational policies. Jo lives in southern Delaware county with her husband Roger and two children.

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Politics
7:04 am
Tue March 25, 2014

Ohioans Can Start Early Voting on April Fool’s Day

Ohioans will vote on primary races for statewide offices, including Governor, as well as a statewide ballot issue that would allow the state to issue bonds for some capital improvements. There are more than 600 local issues on the ballot too.

On April first, election boards will start to mail out absentee ballots to those who have requested them, or Ohioans who want to vote early, in person, can vote at the early voting center designated by their county board of elections. 

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Politics
10:18 am
Tue March 18, 2014

Libertarians Have Their Day In Court

The Chairman of Ohio’s Republican Party denies he or his party is behind the challenges to Libertarian Candidate Charlie Earl’s candidacy.  Libertarian candidates say those statements, which were made as part of a federal court hearing on Monday, could be important in the future.

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Statewide News
6:38 am
Thu February 13, 2014

Bill To Extend Snow Days Stalls In Ohio House

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The Ohio House has held off taking a formal vote on a plan to let schools take up to four additional days off this year because of the season's extreme weather.

At issue is a disagreement over how many days to allow. House Speaker Bill Batchelder says members plan to take an additional week to continue to work on the number of days in the proposal and review its costs.

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Statewide News
12:04 pm
Tue February 11, 2014

Lawsuit Seeks To Change The Way Married Gay Couples' Names List On Birth Certificates

If a same sex couple who is married in another state has a child together, only one parent’s name can be listed on an Ohio birth certificate. Now a lawsuit has been filed that would change that.

Cincinnati Attorney Al Gerhardstein says it is unfair that two heterosexual married parents of a child can have both of their names listed on a birth certificate yet two married homosexual parents have to choose just one name to put on that document.

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Statewide News
7:35 am
Mon February 10, 2014

Transportation Money Coming For Local Projects

Communities that need money for local transportation projects are in luck.

The Ohio Department of Transportation is providing 16 million dollars to local communities for transportation improvements.  During the next few months, ODOT will work with local communities to come up with funding needs for two programs – one for small cites, the other to replace local bridges.  About 8 million dollars will go to each program.

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