Columbus, OH – Former Columbus City Council member Maryellen O'Shaughnessy says she will run for a fourth different political office in ten years this coming November. The Democrat says she will run for Secretary of State this year, with the backing of her party and Gov. Ted Strickland. O'Shaughnessy previously sought seats in Congress and on the Franklin County commission. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – The speaker of the Ohio House has changed his mind about whether a teenager who won an anti-abortion oratory competition may receive a legislative resolution of congratulations on the House floor. But Armond Budish, who is also pro-choice on abortion, insists he's sticking with his basic stand that controversial resolutions should not be handed out that way. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Some local, state and federal candidates are backed by members of what's known as the tea party. But most likely, when voters go to the polls on election day, they will see the tea party candidates designated as part of the Republican party. In the last of her two part series, Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles explains why.
By John DeSando, WCBE's "It's Movie Time," "Cinema Classics," and "On the Marquee"
Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island reminds me of Hitchcock's successful Vertigo, Psycho, and most of all, Spellbound, without the success. The mentally unstable characters who provided Hitchcock hints of utter depravity in those classics in Shutter Island mainly serve facile plot twists.
Columbus, Oh – Thursday night the Columbus Blue Jackets won their first game under interim head coach Claude Noel. The Jackets beat Dallas on an empty-net goal by R.J. Umberger. Noel is taking over for Ken Hitchcock, who says he was not completely surprised by the team's decision to let him go. Alison Holm reports.