Columbus, OH – Some Ohio companies occasionally short-change their workers on pay. Critics call that "wage theft" and are proposing a new state law to crack down on the practice. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
By John DeSando, WCBE's "It's Movie Time," "Cinema Classics," and "On the Marquee"
Dan: If I'm gonna be an old dad, you're gonna be Uncle Charlie. We can do this.
I'm "gonna" be Uncle Johnny and measure Old Dogs against other non-animation family films and say it is not Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, but it is fun without being condescending. In fact, I will measure it against what it didn't do.
Columbus, OH – Ohio Public Radio has learned that Republicans who dominate the state senate have decided to go along--at least partially--with a plan to delay this year's 4.2% cut in the state income tax. More from statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen.
Columbus, OH – An Ohio death row inmate got a reprieve of sorts two years ago. He'd been scheduled to be executed, but that was put on hold because of a legal dispute. Now, the inmate faces a new execution date, and it appears his death will happen on schedule. That's because the Ohio Parole Board recommends the governor not grant clemency. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen has the story of Kenneth Biros.
Columbus, OH – Ohio's official watchdog has issued a pair of reports on how three state employees were really spending time when they were supposed to be working. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – A study group representing Ohio's 23,000 certified public accountants says Ohio's budget problems will get so much worse in two years, it will probably take spending cuts, government re-organization, and tax hikes to plug the money hole. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.