All Sides with Ann Fisher is a two-hour daily public affairs talk show designed to touch all sides of the issues and events that shape life in central Ohio.
Burden Of Student Loan Debt
A temporary freeze on student loan payments is set to expire Dec. 31, adding a financial burden back on those already struggling through a pandemic-induced economic crisis. President-elect Joe Biden has proposed $10,000 in student-loan forgiveness for all borrowers.
Wellness Wednesday: COVID-19 And Flu Co-Infections
While COVID-19 continues to surge unchecked across the country, influenza cases this season have remained low - so far. A handful of people in the United States, the U.K. and China have become sick with the coronavirus and the flu at the same time. Early evidence suggests such co-infections increase the risk for severe and protracted illness.
Tech Tuesday: New Technology Trends In Transportation.
The pandemic may have disrupted travel but two popular modes of transportation, the e-scooter and automobiles, are using the lull to move ahead on high-tech concepts. In England, 50 e-scooters are being beta-tested with artificial intelligence-enhanced pedestrian detection systems designed to improve safety. In the U.S., five luxury automakers are rolling out subscription models for certain features, an emerging trend that may become more mainstream. Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann
Solar Farms In Ohio
Ohio lags behind much of the nation in its reliance on solar power, but a number of utility-scale solar projects are progressing in the state. Solar energy is billed as a green alternative to fossil fuels, yet it’s not without consequences, especially for Ohio’s expansive farmland.
It’s time for our annual holiday cookie show. We’ll talk about everything from gingerbread people to drop varieties to bars and sandwich cookies. Join us with your own holiday cookie stories, too. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we talk all about holiday cookies with Terri Moore of Old World Bakery in Columbus.
Weekly Reporter Roundtable
Gov. Mike DeWine last week predicted that a coronavirus vaccine could land in Ohio by Dec. 15. Frontline healthcare workers will be first in line as hospitals face capacity in several counties and the death toll continues to climb across the state.
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