Columbus, OH – Former Columbus Clipper coaching in the minor leagues dies after being hit by a ball - Couple not seriously hurt in last night's plane crash in Columbus - Indians on a roll, Reds continue slump
Ambulance driver may have been at fault in fatal crash - Ohio and other states consider truck-only lanes - Columbus City Council set to pass scrap metal theft measure - Investment freezes with tuition - Big bonus for Holbrook
"I'll tell it to the hot, I'll tell it to the cold. I'll tell it to the young, I'll tell it to the old. I don't want no laughin', I don't want no cryin', and most of all, no signifyin'. This is Petey Greene's Washington." Petey Greene
Officials near Cleveland find the body of second swimmer missing since Thursday - Columbus man recovering from funeral procession accident - Fostering better farmer-government relationships - Big indoor marijuana-growing operations showing up in Northeast Ohio - Overweight trend in kids continues - Meet the Tiger Woods of horseshoes
Three Hamilton County child services workers suspended for poor case handling - Athens woman charged in death of OU student - Strip club owners and activists who favor limits on the businesses battle over group names - Ohio vets receive lowest disability pay
Columbus, OH – The owners of Ohio strip clubs and conservative activists who want to have statewide LIMITS on them are battling over the names each group has chosen. And the battle could be headed to the courts. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports it's a confusing situation.
Columbus, OH – An education think tank has taken a look at a state program that allows students to take college level courses while still in high school. Knowledgeworks reports 55 thousand Ohio students participated in the program from 1998 to 2004. In an interview with Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles, Nancy Taylor of Knowledgeworks explains this study shows who is using the program, who isn't, and how more students could take advantage of it.
Unemployment rate spikes, but officials who track the numbers say the outlook isn't that bad - Construction begins on another neighborhood policing center in Columbus - Plug Load is the next environmental buzz phrase - Tree-killing beetle prompts more preventative measure in Columbus and Cleveland -
Films reviewed: I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, Joshua, Hairspray
By hosts John DeSando & Clay Lowe with guest critic, Kristin Dreyer Kramer
It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including Silver Microphone and Communicator honors.
Drs. Lowe and DeSando were moderator and panelist respectively on TV 25's World Film Classics. Both have been professors, Lowe at Ohio State University and DeSando at Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio.
In I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, Adam Sandler is a practicing Lothario, and Kevin James is seriously overweight. Those are the only real jokes other than the millions spent to produce a third-rate comedy filled with clich?s about gays and boy-men.
Columbus, OH – There's good news on the housing front in Ohio. Two of the state's major cities have been identified as areas where home values are remaining the most stable. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Republicans in the Ohio legislature are criticizing Democratic Governor Ted Strickland. They're upset that he has given collective bargaining rights to independent home health care workers. But the governor is defending his action. From our statehouse news bureau, Bill Cohen reports.