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WCBE Newscasts
12:03 pm
Mon October 12, 2009

Columbus man faces drunk driving charges after a crash while driving the wrong way on the highway--and--federal court orders Mansfield judge to remove the 10 Commandments from a courtroom display, plus more in this Monday morning newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Columbus man faces drunk driving charges after a crash while driving the wrong way on the highway :00

  • Body of 13 year-old boy recovered from Ohio River :38

  • Ohio gasoline prices jump 15 cents since last week :59

  • Federal Court orders Mansfield judge to remove the 10 Commandments from a courtroom display 1:23

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    4:47 pm
    Fri October 9, 2009

    WCBE covers H1N1 news in Columbus and around Ohio in Friday's afternoon newscast. For more information, visit the H1N1 page of WCBE.org.

    Columbus, OH – H1N1 coverage includes:

  • 14-year-old boy died last night at Columbus Children's Hospital from complications from H1N1. :00

  • Franklin County Board of Health will hold clinics to administer H1N1 and seasonal flu vaccines. 1:45

  • Associated Press article reports that 1/3 of parents don't want to vaccinate their children. 2:09

  • CDC says Ohio and 36 other states report widespread H1N1 cases, up from 27 last week. 3:29

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    WCBE Newscasts
    12:59 pm
    Fri October 9, 2009

    Columbus Health Department reports 14-year-old died from complications from H1N1, and Akron Children's Hospital joins list of Ohio hospitals enforcing visitation restrictions to stop the spread of flu. This and more in Friday's noon newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Columbus Health Department reports 14-year-old died last night from complications from H1N1. :00

  • State Rep. Dan Stewart reports some of his employees at the statehouse are also ill with H1N1. 2:41

  • Akron Children's Hospital joins list of hospitals with visitation restrictions to stop the spread of flu. 3:08

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    WCBE Newscasts
    12:36 pm
    Fri October 9, 2009

    EPA says parts of Ohio and two other states failed to meet microscopic particle polution standards, and Columbus' Children's Hospital will restrict patient visitation to immediate family over 12 years old. This plus more in Friday's morning newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • EPA says parts of Ohio and two other states failed to meet microscopic particle polution standards. :00

  • U.S. House votes to continue building alternative engine for Pentagon's next generation of fighter jets. :30

  • New Jersey judge dismisses murder charges against Ohio man, rules the grand jury was misled. :59

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    On The Marquee
    11:54 am
    Fri October 9, 2009

    October 11, 2009 On the Marquee

    New Releases Couples Retreat and Cold Souls, New DVDs My Life in Ruins and Year One, and More

    On the Marquee highlights the week's movie releases?both in theaters and on DVD and Blu-ray. It airs on WCBE every Sunday morning at 9:01.

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    It's Movie Time
    10:03 am
    Fri October 9, 2009

    October 9, 2009 It's Movie Time; Films reviewed: More than a Game, Cold Souls, Couples Retreat

    Films reviewed: Films reviewed: More than a Game, Cold Souls, Couples Retreat

    It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including Silver Microphone, Communicator, and LA Press Club honors.

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    Ohio Public Radio
    4:44 pm
    Thu October 8, 2009

    The Ohio parole board says a death row inmate scheduled for execution next year should not be granted clemency.

    Columbus, OH – The Ohio parole board says a death row inmate scheduled for execution next year should not be granted clemency. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles has more on the story.

    WCBE Newscasts
    4:41 pm
    Thu October 8, 2009

    Ohio parole board says inmate scheduled for execution should not receive clemency, and Portland white supremacist has been indicted for mailing a hangman's noose to Ohio civil rights leader. These stories and more in Thursday's afternoon newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Ohio parole board says inmate scheduled for execution next year should not receive clemency. :00

  • Portland white supremacist has been indicted for mailing hangman's noose to Ohio civil rights leader. 1:12

  • Driver's license and state ID applicants now need to provide documents establishing residency. 1:48

  • Proposal for six-month moratorium on Ohio home forclosures is in limbo in state legislature. 2:17

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    WCBE Newscasts
    3:27 pm
    Thu October 8, 2009

    Ohio's attorney general appeals decision that kicked him off Lake Erie property rights case, and Columbus city council authorizes $13.5 million in Riverside Hospital area infrastructure improvements. This plus more in Wednesday's afternoon newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Ohio's attorney general appeals court decision that kicked him off Lake Erie property rights case. :00

  • Columbus city council authorizes $13.5 million in Riverside Hospital-area infrastructure improvements. :40

  • ACLU of Ohio says clashes over political yard signs and free speech are likely leading up to election. 2:06

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    WCBE Newscasts
    12:42 pm
    Thu October 8, 2009

    Labor department says number of new unemployment claims fell last week to early-January level. And one-third of parents don't want to vaccinate children against H1N1. These stories plus more in Thursday's noon newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Labor department says number of new unemployment claims fell last week to early-January level. :00

  • September retail reports show weak sales as shoppers worried about job security and tight credit. :38

  • One-third of parents don't want to vaccinate children against H1N1, despite health officials' urging. 1:06

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    WCBE Newscasts
    11:43 am
    Thu October 8, 2009

    Marion County investigating deputy who committed suicide after pretending to have cancer, and New York City mayor hires investigators to record gunsellers breaking the law in Ohio and other states. This and more in Thursday's morning newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Columbus police file charges in weekend double homocide at south-side home. :00

  • Marion County investigating deputy who committed suicide after pretending to have cancer. :23

  • Cleveland Browns' trade of wide receiver may give former OSU wideout a chance to play more. 2:36

  • NYC mayor hires investigators to record gunsellers breaking the law in Ohio and other states. 3:34

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    Cinema Classics
    11:10 am
    Thu October 8, 2009

    October 8 & 10 , 2009 Cinema Classics: Critics

    Roger Ebert

    A Cinema Classic: Critics

    Cinema Classics discusses great movies then and now. From films, genres, directors, and actors to everything else in between, the hosts don't always agree, but they are always fun and informative.

    Cinema Classics is regularly broadcast at 8:01 pm Thursday and 2:01 pm Saturday on WCBE 90.5 FM and streaming at WCBE.org.


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    WCBE Newscasts
    12:19 pm
    Wed October 7, 2009

    U.S. Supreme Court turns down appeal by priest convicted of murdering a nun--and--Ohio Supreme Court rules state senator may vote as a resident in the area he represents, plus more in this Wednesday morning newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • U.S. Supreme Court turns down appeal by priest convicted of murdering a nun :13

  • Ohio Supreme Court rules state senator may vote as a resident in the area he represents :50

  • Motorists who violate new child booster seat law will receive warnings at first 2:07

  • Columbus City Council accepts $50k federal grant to help community crime patrol 4:05

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    WCBE Newscasts
    12:35 pm
    Tue October 6, 2009

    Columbus woman charged with $790k theft in cancer hoax will serve 8 years in prison--and--State Prisons' Department considers using lethal injections into bone marrow or muscles, plus more in this Tuesday afternoon newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Columbus woman charged with $790k theft in cancer hoax will serve 8 years in prison :00

  • State Prisons' Department considers using lethal injections into bone marrow or muscles :37

  • Columbus City Council approves plans to purchase underground fiber-optic cable lines 1:26

  • New York judge orders Macy's Department Store to pay a Syracuse mall $3.37 million in payment dispute 3:33

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    WCBE Stories
    11:50 am
    Tue October 6, 2009

    Columbus City Council approves boathouse on Griggs Reservoir

    Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council last night approved legislation allowing the construction of a boathouse on the western edge of Griggs Reservoir in a largely undeveloped area called Duranceau Park. Jim Letizia reports.

    WCBE Newscasts
    11:46 am
    Tue October 6, 2009

    Columbus City Council approves construction of boathouse on edge of Griggs Reservoir--and--Pike County man to serve two years in prison for neglecting infant attacked by rats, plus more in this Tuesday morning newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Columbus high school football player released on $100k bond after being charged with rape :00

  • Columbus City Council approves construction of boathouse on edge of Griggs Reservoir :49

  • President Obama signs order directing all federal agencies to set targets for reducing government pollution 5:58

  • Study shows suburbs can create extra carbon dioxide emissions 6:38

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    WCBE Newscasts
    12:35 pm
    Mon October 5, 2009

    Federal appeals court halts Thursday execution after failed attempt to execute another man--and--jury selection starts for first of two twin brother pediatricians charged with crimes involving minors, more in this Monday afternoon newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Federal appeals court halts Thursday execution after last month's failed attempt to execute another man :20

  • Jury selection starts for first of two twin brother pediatricians charged with sex crimes involving minors 1:02

  • Ohio institutions prepare for H-1-N-1 flu epidemic scenarios 1:45

  • State regulators and others partner on a new technology initiative to make doctors visits easier 3:50

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    WCBE Newscasts
    11:32 am
    Mon October 5, 2009

    President of Somalia plans to visit Columbus on support-building tour--and--Ohio gasoline prices fall to lowest point in six months, plus more in this Monday morning newscast.

    Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • President of Somalia plans to visit Columbus on support-building tour 1:16

  • Ohio gasoline prices fall to lowest point in six months :54

  • Central Ohio institutions prepare for variety of swine flu epidemic scenarios 2:01

  • Ohio political officials discuss importance of "independent" voters 5:46

  • Wealthiest Ohioans would pay most from Governor Strickland's freeze of an income tax cut 7:27

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    It's Movie Time
    12:03 pm
    Sun October 4, 2009

    October 2, 2009 It's Movie Time; Bright Star, Zombieland

    Films reviewed: Bright Star, Zombieland

    It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including Silver Microphone, Communicator, and LA Press Club honors.

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    Ohio Public Radio
    4:59 pm
    Fri October 2, 2009

    Third party enters the state casino argument, armed with an old-fashioned campaign tactic.

    Columbus, OH – For several weeks Ohioans have been seeing TV commercials from casino developers calling for a "yes" vote on that ballot issue that would authorize casinoa in Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Toledo. TV viewers have also been deluged with ads urging a "no" note. Those commercials are being paid for, at least in part, by an out-of-state casino that doesn't want competition from new Ohio casinos.

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