"He'd still be shooting pigeons in Hong Kong," says one of the players In JCVD about director John Woo's debt to action star Jean-Claude Van Damme for their 1993 collaboration, Hard Target. Making that film may have been JCVD's greatest contribution to modern cinema although the current film with his initials in the title is more interesting than any previous kick-butt martial arts flick of his I can remember.
Columbus, OH – The pool of money the state of Ohio uses to pay unemployment benerfits is drying up. Monday, state officials asked the federal government for help. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
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Columbus, OH – Ohio's anti-corruption czar has conlcuded that a top state government official improperly authorized searches into "Joe the Plumber's" background. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio governor Ted Strickland says he'll propose changes to the state's school funding system next year. Any plan will have to go through a divided senate legislature with Democrats controlling the House and Republicans controlling the senate. Kimberly Hagelberg of member station WCPN in Cleveland reports on how the plan might take shape.
Columbus, OH – Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has released his 2009 budget proposal, one that asks every part of city government and even residents to make some sacrifices and adjustments. Alison Holm reports.
Columbus, OH – Despite the recent drop in gasoline prices, the Central Ohio Transit Authority continues to enjoy an increase in ridership. COTA spokesperson Marty Stutz tells Alison Holm 23 of the past 32 weeks have seen double-digit increases in ridership.
Columbus, OH – Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman unveiled his budget proposal last week. City council members now have to task of reviewing the plan and making any changes they see fit. Hear the initial reactions of two council members in this report by Mike Foley.