News

Pages

WCBE Newscasts
1:05 am
Tue September 30, 2008

Developing Tuesday afternoon

Columbus, OH –

Stories include:

  • Ohio authorities may force drivers with 2 or more DUI convictions to non-consentual blood or urine tests

  • Bush says economic damage will be "painful and lasting" if $700 billion bailout bill doesn't pass

  • New study shows the environmental impact on the kind of food people buy

  • Kentucky officials send engineering team to check for weaknesses in bridges over I-275

    Read more
    WCBE Newscasts
    11:36 am
    Mon September 29, 2008

    Monday morning news

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • McCain and Palin visit Capitol University this morning

  • Ohio GOP urges voters to utilize immediate voting at the same time they legally challenge it

  • Ohio's Kenyon College remembers alum Paul Newman

  • Chris Wells rushes OSU to 34-21 victory over Minnesota.

    Read more
    Ohio Public Radio
    11:32 am
    Mon September 29, 2008

    Ohioans have chance to speak with utilities companies

    Columbus, OH – Ryan Lippe of the Ohio Consumer's Counsel talks with statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen regarding Ohioans' upcoming hearings with the public utilities commission. He says customers should feel free to give their views on the prospect of paying more and how their power company performed during the outage.

    WCBE Newscasts
    1:41 am
    Mon September 29, 2008

    Developing Monday afternoon

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Ohio's congressional leaders' reactions to proposed bailout plan continue to emerge

  • Governor Strickland helps break ground for 45-acre riverfront park in Cincinnati

  • Cincinnati Reds remain optimistic for future after yesterday's close of baseball season

  • Columbus police continue to investigate possible homicide on city's north side.

    Read more
    Movie Reviews
    11:29 am
    Sun September 28, 2008

    Flash of Genius

    Too much uninventive stuff . . .

    Just imagine over 30 years ago inventing something as useful as the intermittent windshield wiper, a device everyone uses when it rains. Now that's immortality for inventor Bob Kearns, professor and engineer.

    Read more
    WCBE Newscasts
    11:31 am
    Fri September 26, 2008

    Friday morning news

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Inflammatory anti-muslim DVD distributed in Columbus Dispatch leads to anti-DVD backlash and questions

  • Franklin County Children Services Board ratifies three-year contract with unionized workers

  • Muskingum County Sheriff's deputies find over 5,000 marijuana plants near Perry County line

  • Two senators say justice department should block UPS/DHL deal

    Read more
    Ohio Public Radio
    11:27 am
    Fri September 26, 2008

    Credit card companies' campus tactics draw candidates' attention

    Columbus, OH – Each year, when students arrive on college campuses, they often find credit card companies there to greet them with applications. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports some candidates for Ohio Attorney General want to put limits on that practice.

    Ohio Public Radio
    11:23 am
    Fri September 26, 2008

    Lehman Brothers collapse ties up $360 million from Goodyear

    Columbus, OH – A run on the money market fund invested in Lehman Brothers has tied up $360 million in a major Ohio company's money. From member station WKSU in Kent, ML Schultze reports.

    WCBE Stories
    1:01 am
    Fri September 26, 2008

    Anti-muslim DVD causes concern

    WCBE Newscasts
    12:44 am
    Fri September 26, 2008

    Developing Friday afternoon

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Funeral services pending for Avon Lake man killed in Iraq

  • Macy's CEO hopes federal government can solve financial systems and consumer confidence

  • President Bush makes fresh appeal to Congress to move quickly on $700 billion bailout plan

  • Officials continue to expand trash removal programs and collection regulations to help communities clean up after Ike

    Read more
    WCBE Stories
    11:52 am
    Thu September 25, 2008

    Columbus city schools kick off levy campaign

    Columbus, OH – With less than six weeks before election day, the Columbus Schools officially kicked off its campaign for a combined tax and bond levy at Weinland Park Elementary yesterday, Alison Holm reports

    Ohio Public Radio
    11:24 am
    Thu September 25, 2008

    How will the bailout affect Ohioans

    Columbus, OH – Congressional leaders are wrestling with a possible $700 billion bailout of Wall Street financial firms. At the same time, many Ohioans are wondering what effect the troubles on Wall Street will have on the problems of Main Street. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.

    WCBE Newscasts
    11:20 am
    Thu September 25, 2008

    Thursday morning news

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Uptown on the Hilltop Parade returns after 8 year hiatus

  • Columbus Board of Realtors says central Ohio home sales declined 14.4% in August

  • Circleville Police charge 3 teens with burglarizing a business before it was destroyed by fire

  • Remains of two missing Air Force pilots from Vietnam War finally discovered and identified

    Read more
    WCBE Stories
    11:16 am
    Thu September 25, 2008

    Franklin County Commissioners help out people hurt by Ike

    Columbus, OH – Franklin County Commissioners are helping out people who lost food during the power outage that followed September 14th's wind storm, with a $150,000 donation to the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. Alison Holm has more.

    WCBE Newscasts
    1:03 am
    Thu September 25, 2008

    Developing Thursday afternoon

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Goodyear intends to draw $600 million from credit line because it cannot tap investment in a money market fund

  • Ohio still up for grabs though Obama leads in state-to-state race

  • Republican Ohio Attorney General candidate Michael Crites releases first TV ad today

  • Health experts say snoring can be precursor to sleep apnea

    Read more
    WCBE Newscasts
    11:33 am
    Wed September 24, 2008

    Wednesday morning news

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Police charge son of former East Cleveland Mayor with murder

  • Lake County officials say nearly 5,000 signatures collected for casino are fradulent

  • National Retail Federation predicts holiday sales to grow at slowest rate in 6 years

  • Algae blooms in Lake Erie are back in force, despite cleaner lake

    Read more
    Ohio Public Radio
    11:26 am
    Wed September 24, 2008

    Salvation Army offers low-income Ohioans food replacements

    Columbus, OH – Franklin County commissioners and the Mid Ohio Foodbank today will announce plans to get food to low-income residents who are not on food stamps, but need emergency replacements for food that was spoiled in last week's power blackout. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen witnessed the impact of lost food on low-income Ohioans when he went to a Salvation Army give-away in Columbus Tuesday.

    Read more
    WCBE Newscasts
    12:30 am
    Wed September 24, 2008

    Developing Wednesday afternoon

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Prosecutors say Dayton mother accused of microwave-related death has no basis for third trial request

  • Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernake to "act as needed" to help boost shaky economy

  • Biden to question McCain's isolationism at speech at Cincinnati Museum Center

  • AP-Yahoo poll finds 18% of likely voters are still undecided

  • Vehicle emissions test sites in 7 NE Ohio Counties offer free replacement gas caps

    Read more
    WCBE Newscasts
    11:30 am
    Tue September 23, 2008

    Tuesday morning news

    Columbus, OH –

    Stories include:

  • Columbus Symphony Orchestra ratifies three year contract to perform at the Ohio Theatre

  • Circleville Mayor due in court after yesterday's arrest for misconduct at an emergency

  • More 8th graders taking algebra without improvement in math

  • Cleveland Indians pitcher Fausto Carmona suspended for six games after last night's brawl

  • Ohio archaeologists are trying to figure out what killed a moose 10,000 years ago in Ohio

    Read more
    Ohio Public Radio
    11:15 am
    Tue September 23, 2008

    Both sides of payday loan issue jockey for voters

    Columbus, OH – It's still not clear whether Ohioans will definitely vote in November on a plan to crack down on two week "payday" loans. That's not stopping both sides in the dispute from jockeying for position. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.

    Pages