Columbus schools ready to implement stricter curriculum - Ohio women sentenced in billboard scheme - Cities create ditches to funnel stormwater into ground - Former Columbus cop pleads no contest in hit-and-run case - Cincinnati teens sentenced to life in prison for killing an unborn fetus by attacking mother - Foreclosure forum - Ohio congressman fights to save historical paddlewheel boat - NCAA talks academic assesments - Bengals wide receiver released from house arrest - Ken Griffey Junior could be traded
Commercial truck and Marion school bus crash - Impeachment process of Marc Dann continues - Comair announces return of service aircraft - City council approves economic development strategy near airport - Battelle labs selected to develop methods of storing greenhouse gas - Dayton's NCR reports gains - Public memorial to honor late Blue Jackets owner John McConnell
If "screwball" comedy is what What Happens in Vegas . . . attempts to be, then His Girl Friday isn't what it is; rather the audience ends up being "screwed." The genuine laughs come sparingly from a couple of marginal characters while too spare is the com part of rom/com for the principals, Cameron Diaz as trader recently fianc?- dumped Joy McNally and Ashton Kutcher as Jack Fuller, recently-fired by dad.
Columbus, OH – Top Ohio Democrats are calling for the resignation of Ohio's Democratic attorney general. And if he doesn't quite immediately, Democrats say they are prepared to start the process to impeach him. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles has more on the story.
Columbus, OH – A massive rally took place at the statehouse in support of Ohio's 16-hundred payday lending stores. The folks who own and work at them came from across Ohio urge state Senators to block a bill that state representatives had passed, putting tough new limits on the short-term loans. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council last night approved a $1.1 billion Capital Improvements Budget for 2008, but left out $2 million to fund design and engineering of a streetcar line from downtown to Ohio State University. Jim Letizia has details.
Columbus, OH – If scandal-plagued Marc Dann either resigns his job as Ohio attorney general or is taken out of office by state legislators, Governor Ted Strickland could appoint an interim replacement and then, there would be an election in November to decide who will be the A.G. for the last two years of Dann's term. At this point, though, it's not very clear which Democrats and Republicans actually want the job. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Two troopers involved in prank lose their jobs - Prosecutor says judge aided challenge to Ohio's execution procedure - Akron looks to keep tech center - Mouthwash recall details - Saving the Delta Queen - Former Bengal appears in court
Columbus man receives 25-year prison sentence - Florida Supreme Court hears case involving Battelle - Scotts delays financial report amid profit drop - Bus tour for cancer prevention efforts coming to Central Ohio - Democrats threaten to impeach Dann -
OSU student housing director faces felony drug possession charge - Calls for Dann to resign increase - Riverside mayor/councilmember conflict resolved - Big court win in Ohio for Taser-maker - Gas prices on the upswing again - E-check program to continue - Wedge stumped on Cleveland's lack of runs
Columbus, OH – Top Ohio Democrats tell Dann to resign - Theft ring leader from Youngstown faces more charges - Fifth Third completes purchase - Ohio looks to collect lost cigarette taxes - Cancer bus tour visits Central Ohio this week - Paramedics save marathon runner in Cincinnati - Bengals add three after weekend tryout
Columbus, OH – Some top officials of Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann's office have been fired or have resigned as a result of an internal investigation. But as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles repoters, the A - G himself will keep his job....at least for now.
Columbus, OH – Franklin County commissioners have announced the pending sale of Cooper Stadium, and the future use for the property has a sports connection. But while officials have a general concept in mind, there are more questions to answer before the idea becomes reality. Mike Foley reports.
Former Ohio State football player due in court - Ohio primary election results confirmed - Gov. Strickland signs new energy policy into law - Cooper stadium's future - McCain's health care proposal - Group pushes for Ohio casino - Central state university fire could be arson - Dow Chemicals and EPA in Michigan - Bengals waive linebackers - Former Ohio State coach John Cooper comments on his election to college football hall of fame
Columbus, OH – Dann admits having an affair, refuses to resign - Informant faces five years in prison for role in Zainesville case - Two Marion juveniles in custody for breaking into churches - Ohio pastor to succeed Obama's former pastor - Swimming survey finds high percentage of African-American children can't swim
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By hosts John DeSando and Clay Lowe
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.
Columbus, OH – Nationwide Children's Hospital has unveiled a report identifying what it calls the ten most significant health indicators affecting children, and measuring how Franklin County kids fare on those factors. Hospital CEO Steve Allen says the report represents a collaboration of 20 community organizations and finds Franklin County's children excel in some areas and struggle in others. In a conversation with Mike Foley, Allen says with a quarter of the county's kids now considered overweight, obesity remains the top health threat.
Columbus, OH – 850,000 Ohioans are uninsured, but advocates for universal health care say there are millions of Ohioans who have serious trouble affording health care coverage. And they say any Ohioan is at risk of joining that group if something isn't done about the problem. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.