Columbus, OH – The AFL-CIO is using sky-high gasoline prices to bash Republican presidential candidate John McCain. In fact, the labor federation is staging 12 protests across Ohio...and dozens more across the nation. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen files this report.
Columbus police investigate shooting death - Ohio among top ten states for foreclosures again - Find out how Ohio schools are getting kids interested in science - Newark man stole money from school to buy personal items - Columbus zoo to go green thanks to AEP
2012 commission unveils blueprint for Columbus - Sick-day measure likely to draw more voters if it's on ballot - Strickland signs jobs bill, vetoes part of it - Group says Ohio is failing on health care - Details on Continental's cuts in Ohio
Films reviewed: The Incredible Hulk, In Bruges, Then She Found Me
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 Board of Health sets date to consider whether bar violated the city's smoking ban - Union protests gas prices in Columbus and Cincinnati - Boehner renews call for more oil drilling - State task force suggests building a bio-products refinery - Canton already charging property owners after recent passage of grass-cutting law
Columbus police officer faces charges - Ohio's auditor breaks silence, endorses presidential candidate - Brunner identifies March primary problems - Seneca Hotel reborn as apartments - Strickland voices concerns about problems in the state's foster care system
Columbus, OH – A nearly century-old building in the heart of downtown Columbus that's been vacant for more than two decades will soon be reopened to serve what developers and the city call an underserved housing market. Mike Foley has details.
FBI says violent crimes are down nationwide, but Columbus rate increases - Strickland ready to endorse AG candidate - Ohio lawmakers approve tougher penalties for drunk drivers - EPA says Scott's recalled products are safe - Wyche wins county seat - Ohio tomatoes not part of recall - Public transit more attractive due to gas prices
"Don't do anything until you've slept. Don't let anybody try to set you up with anyone." Frank (Colin Firth)
That advice for a recently separated 30-something is wise, given that recently Baby Mama and Knocked Up, among others, have treated the challenges of an older woman wanting a baby, usually after life-changing events such as divorce or separation. First-time helmer Helen Hunt's Then She Found Me adds not much to the biological-urgency canon.
Columbus, OH – Ohioans who declare bankruptcy may soon be allowed to keep property that's worth more money. State legislators have okayed a proposal, increasing the limits on what debtors may keep. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports
Columbus, OH – The Columbus school board is no closer to choosing the size of a levy to put before voters in November, but the committee charged with that task is clarifying the variables. Alison Holm reports.
Columbus, OH – Barack Obama plans a campaign trip to Columbus on Friday, his first as the Democratic presidential nominee. Obama and his wife Michelle will hold an invitation-only meeting with seniors. The visit is a part of the campaign's two week swing across the country, focusing on the economy. The campaign began Monday in North Carolina.
Columbus, OH – National Democrats are looking for votes in Republican strongholds, such as Ohio's fastest growing area, Delaware County. Democrats say they want to peel voters away from Republican rivals. Democrats will try to avoid blowout races and pick up local seats and help Senator Barack Obama win the White House.
Egypt's pope Shenouda flown to Cleveland clinic - Army officer cleared of murder charges won't be returned to active duty - Roads to open up for electric vehicles - Obama brings campaign to Columbus - New voting machines in Cuyahoga county could equal budget cuts - Zoning changes mean less parking lots
Family of man shot and killed by Columbus police protests at City Hall - Tornado reported in western Ohio - City of Columbus cancels boil-water advisory - Kucinich continues effort to impeach President Bush - Hear from Mike DeWine on why he opted against AG campaign - Columbus City Council clarifies law on charities that collect donations on city streets - Salmonella outbreak prompts tomatoe recall - Poll finds Ohioans pleased with Strickland, but not economy - Dupont to study cancer increase
Columbus, OH – What happens when you pay a lawyer, but he or she doesn't do the legal work you paid for? Sometimes, you can be reimbursed from a special fund. That's what some Ohioans have just learned - firsthand. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio's attorney general is taking a Greene County company to court, charging it has misled customers who've signed up to make their mortgage payments more frequently than once a month. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.