Columbus investigators search for man who police say kidnapped former Buckeye football player - Deer hunter accidentally kills himself - Slow week ahead for Ohio legislators - Indians pitcher suffers serious injuries in weekend accident
Stephen King can be downright scary but with a social sensibility?Carrie and 1408 come immediately to mind. So The Mist is a refreshing blast of King at his best, mixing horror with commentary on absurd, complex, and doomed humanity. The film depicts in Maine a fog rolling in with creatures that eat humans alive and generally cause panic and mayhem of the War of the Worlds and Body Snatchers type.
Columbus, OH – The candidates for president haven't hit Ohio's airwaves yet. But the left-leaning Center for American Progress has launched a campaign showing its support of a key issue as the next step in its agenda - an agenda which has advocated controversial positions that are now embraced. But some activists are seeing more than that. They think this is the first step toward a re-branding that both political parties need. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio consumer advocates have won a key battle in the legislature over controlling electricity rates, but they're worried they may lose a second battle and the result could be soaring monthly bills for customers. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Ohio Supreme Court asked to consider release of information debate - Governor Strickland asks for delay of 12-week maternity leave mandate - Fears over high electric bills - Optimistic sales outlook so far - Record-setting day for Buckeye
Texas officials suspect remains are those of an Ohio toddler missing since last month - Columbus teens recovering from early-morning fire - Columbus investigators rule four Linden-area fires arson - Columbus expected to pass another water and sewer rate increase - Study finds even low levels of lead can cause brain damage in kids
"Everybody knows I'm not a folk singer." So claims Bob Dylan by one of the six interpreters of his persona in Todd Haynes' stylistic, impressionistic I'm not There. This quote clarifies what isn't in this biopic, the real Bob Dylan; the title gives a clue to the imprecise biography but suggests the intriguing format in which disparate actors, from Heath Ledger on one end to Cate Blanchett on the other, play at different times in his life a person never called Bob Dylan.
Films reviewed: End-of-the-Year Special--Movies that moved us: McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Casablanca
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.
A time when drug deals come with multiple murders and amoral operatives is no time for aging 1980 West Texas sheriff, Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) to stay on the job, especially since Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) is murderously determined to retrieve drug dollars from amateur but crafty Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin).
Despite its heavily melodramatic structure, the screen adaptation of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Love in the Time of Cholera is the most romantic film I have seen since Julie Christie swept me Away from Her earlier this year. Set in 1879 during the cholera in South America, a young Florentino Ariza (Javier Bardem) falls for Fermina Urbino (Giovanna Mezzogiorno), who spurns his love for 53 years until they finally connect again.
Columbus, OH – Some retailers in Ohio plan to open as early as four in the morning on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. As thousands of Ohioans head to the shopping malls, others say they won't step foot in a store. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Three years after the controversial presidential election in Ohio that put President Bush back into the white house for a second term, critics are continuing to claim the election was stolen. And now, they're asking Ohio's top cop to join their crusade. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen files this report.
Existing home sales fall nearly 12 percent in Ohio - Mayor Coleman among those attending foreclosure forum in Detroit - Will green car rentals catch on - Prison population concerns in Ohio - Cleveland school board now will allow students to carry cell phones in class - Akron student among semifinalists competing in bubble wrap contest
Columbus, OH – A tough job market, high gas prices and the rising price of groceries have brought more and more people to Ohio's food banks and pantries, especially in the days before the Thanksgiving holiday. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.
Columbus, OH – More than 700 thousand low income Ohioans who thought they'd get dental coverage at the first of next year are finding that's not the case. Doctors who provide care to Medicaid patients say they are also getting the short end of the stick. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Oxford, OH – Today (Wednesday) the family of Cincinnati Reds broadcasting legend Joe Nuxhall is saying a private goodbye to a beloved husband and father. Yesterday, (Tuesday) thousands passed through the basketball arena at Fairfield High School near Cincinnati to pay their respects to the Ol' left hander, Hamilton Joe Nuxhall. WMUB's Tana Weingartner was there and compiled this audio remembrance for Ohio Public Radio.