Karen Kasler (Ohio Public Radio) http://wesa.fm en Federal Court To Weigh Ohio's Execution Drug Cocktail http://wesa.fm/post/federal-court-weigh-ohios-execution-drug-cocktail In Ohio on Friday, a hearing in federal court could decide whether that state will become the first to use a particular cocktail of deadly drugs to execute an inmate. It's the latest chapter in what's become a troubled history of capital punishment in that state.<p>While Texas is far and away the busiest state in the nation for executions, Ohio is just seven spots behind it. It has carried out 52 executions since 1999 and three so far this year, with another one scheduled in two weeks. Thu, 31 Oct 2013 21:08:00 +0000 Karen Kasler (Ohio Public Radio) 19077 at http://wesa.fm Federal Court To Weigh Ohio's Execution Drug Cocktail After Latest Gaffes, OSU President Gee To Retire http://wesa.fm/post/after-latest-gaffes-osu-president-gee-retire Transcript <p>LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST: <p>The president of one of the biggest universities in the country, Ohio State, has announced his retirement. This comes a week after a recording surfaced of unfortunate comments about Catholics and Southerners. Karen Kasler, of Ohio Public Radio in Columbus, reports.<p>KAREN KASLER, BYLINE: Gordon Gee isn't your typical college president. The 69-year-old, divorced Mormon is one of the highest paid college presidents in the country, and is thought to have led more universities than any other person in the U.S. Wed, 05 Jun 2013 10:11:00 +0000 Karen Kasler (Ohio Public Radio) 10803 at http://wesa.fm