Department of State

The public event Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton had scheduled for Sept. 10 in Cincinnati has been moved to Columbus, according to a Clinton campaign official.

WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson talked with Maryanne Zeleznik Monday morning about the possibility that Ohio may host both of the presidential nominating conventions next year. Cleveland has already nailed down the GOP convention; and Columbus is waiting to see if it will get the Democratic convention.

Don’t be jealous, Cincinnati, but our neighbor to the north, Columbus, may be on the verge of landing its first presidential nominating convention

And, if the Democratic National Committee decides to land its 2016 convention in Ohio’s capital city, it will mean the Buckeye State will be hosting both major party presidential nominating conventions next year. The Republicans have already chosen Cleveland, after passing over Cincinnati and a number of other cities.

Our Stuart Holman gets a preview of the 22nd Annual Hollywood Poster Auction, happening on May 24 at Columbus, Ohio’s Cinevent 46. Organizer Morris Everett talks about the vintage materials that will be up for auction including movie stills, lobby cards, movie magazines and more.

Karen Kasler / Ohio Public Radio

The first new memorial in decades on the Statehouse grounds is just a few weeks away from being completed.

Gun owners rally for rights

Feb 8, 2013
Jo Ingles / Ohio Public Radio

More than a hundred Ohio gun owners rallied at the statehouse Friday. As Bill Cohen reports, they were not expressing anger at the government officials who work inside the building. Instead, they were protesting federal lawmakers in Washington.