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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Statewide News
7:04 am
Wed December 4, 2013

Bill To Ban Death Penalty Introduced in Ohio House

There’s another bill in the Ohio House of Representatives to abolish the death penalty in the Buckeye State.

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Statewide News
7:35 am
Tue December 3, 2013

13 People Killed On Ohio Roads Thanksgiving Weekend

The Ohio State Highway Patrol says 13 people lost their lives in crashes on Ohio’s roadways during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend between midnight on November 27th to midnight Monday morning. The Patrol’s Sargent Vincent Shirey says the department also cracked down on drunk and impaired drivers.

Politics
12:15 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

Audit Of JobsOhio Shows No Big Problems Within The Agency

State Auditor Dave Yost has completed his audit of the state’s non profit job creation company, JobsOhio.  The report comes after a long fight with state leaders and the legislature. It doesn’t contain any big problems but it doesn’t say everything has been handled correctly either.

“This has been a difficult audit. And you know, there was some arm wrestling along the way," says Yost.

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Health, Science & The Environment
7:04 am
Tue November 19, 2013

Attorney General Forms Special Unit To Deal With Heroin Epidemic

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has formed a unit of his office to deal with what he says is a heroin epidemic in Ohio.

“Frankly we have to fight this epidemic at the grass roots level, community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood, village by village, township by township, city by city," says DeWine.  "Communities have to get mad and simply say enough is enough. New information our office has recently collected suggests that, at a minimum, eleven people die each week in Ohio because of heroin. "

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Statewide News
7:04 am
Thu November 14, 2013

Governor Grants Clemency To Death Row Inmate For Unusual Reason

Governor Kasich has granted a stay of execution to a condemned child killer from Northeast Ohio. The execution was supposed to take place Thursday.

Death row inmate Ronald Phillips wants to donate his organs to two members of his family and wants the rest of his organs to be given to strangers after he dies.  The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections denied that request.  But Governor Kasich is granting a stay of execution to give medical experts time to determine whether Phillips’ non vital organs or tissues can be donated. 

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