Big decision for Cuyahoga County elections officials delayed - Survey results show abortion won't be a big issue in next year's presidential race, but both sides in Ohio disagree - State senator proposes school funding plan
Columbus police continue search for Eastland Mall shooter - Pregnant Ohio attorney missing since Wednesday found in Georgia - Bill Cohen previews the week ahead for legislators - Columbus pastor urges men to see a physician
Blood collection efforts hurt by last week's winter storms - Gas prices dropping in Ohio - Conduct code for teachers formed, but in private - More teachers earn highest distinction - OSU men's soccer team makes history
Columbus, OH – Frigid temperatures and snow aren't the only traditional winter elements to arrive this week. Columbus health department spokesperson Jose Rodriguez tells Mike Foley health officials have confirmed the first cases of flu in Central Ohio.
Police officer fired for misuse of stun gun - Police officer who used a stun gun on a pregnant woman is terminated for unrelated reasons - President's plan to relieve forclosure crisis might not effect Ohio - Environmentalist push state leaders to join coalition in fight against pollution from jet exaust - Mother of teen shooter pleads not guilty to obstructing justice in case involving other son
Police search for woman who robbed church - Wisconsin group tries to have city nativity scene removed - Catholics to be active voters in 2008 - Ohio's oil and gas industry sees boom - Major retailers give mixed sales reports - Ohio remembers Pearl Harbor
Two men killed in airplane crash near Rickenbacker airport identified - Congressional investigators say airport runway conditions are unsafe - New device could help alert citizens of nearing sex offenders - Estate of Columbus truck driver sues Oklahoma Highway Patrol - Cedar Fair to close Geauga lake amusement park
Engineering firm to provide state with plans on reuse of Lima Correctional Institution by March - Death of one year old leads to recall of 138,000 entertainment centers produced by a Tiffin company - Presidential poll shows Clinton and Guiliani as Ohio favorites - Woman accused of helping parents dispose of dead foster child, Marcus Fiesel, has plea deal rejected
Ohio election officials keep close watch on voting operations - U.S. to allow imports of Uranium from Russia in 2011 - Cleveland developers who plan on building a casino in Wilmington face ballot issues - Immigration officials see high rate of undocumented immigrants deported - Community supports boyscouts robbed Monday in Cincinnati suburb
Columbus, OH – At a democratic presidential debate hosted by Iowa and National Public Radio Tuesday, a couple of the candidates said they would not buy any toys made in China this holiday season. Numerous recalls involving lead-tainted toys have caused concern in many households in Ohio and the United States. The group called Safe Kids Central Ohio, a division of the Columbus health department, says most of the three billion toys and games sold in the U.S. are safe but there are some things to consider in addition to those recalls.
Columbus, OH – The two Cleveland-area developers who want to construct Ohio's only legal gambling casino in Wilmington have just encountered their first hurdle. They're being told - if they want to put their full plan onto the ballot, it may take MORE than one ballot ISSUE. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Some Ohio legislators are hoping that a new high tech gizmo will help alert law-abiding Ohioans when a sex offender who's been freed from prison comes near them. And lawmakers are also looking at OTHER uses for this new invention. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – The latest independent poll on the presidential race in Ohio shows pretty much what all the other polls have shown --- By wide margins, Ohio Democrats favor Hillary Clinton as their nominee and Ohio Republicans favor Rudy Guiliani. And when the two are matched head-to-head, it's a virtual tie. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen has the latest numbers.
Two people die in plane crash departing Rickenbacker - City of Columbus says snow removal efforts are going well - Community helps the Cincinnati-area boy scout troop that was robbed earlier in the week - Northeast Ohio arts groups share windfall