State legislator asks President Bush to set aside Traficant's prison sentence - U.S. Senate begins debate on building high speed rail system across Midwest - Authorities still looking for device containing state employee's and taxpayer's personal information
Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council will hold a second public hearing this Thursday on proposed legislation cracking down on the rise in metal thefts. The hearing follows up on one held in late March. Jim Letizia reports.
Sixth U-S Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati dismisses lawsuit over spying program - Deliberations continue in Moonda case - Reports of fires and injuries related to fireworks - West Nile Virus update -
Columbus, OH – A recent study shows arts and cultural events in Columbus generate more than 300 million dollars in the region each year. Greater Columbus Arts Council President Bryan Knicely talks about the results of a study conducted by Americans for the Arts.
Columbus, OH – The only member of the commission overseeing the Bureau of Workers' Compensation to face criminal charges in the investment scandal involving the agency was convicted on those charges in court today. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler was there.
Athens, OH – Senator George Voinovich made national news recently when he suggested that the U-S should start pulling troops out of Iraq. Voinovich talked about his stance during a trip to Southeast Ohio this week. WOUB's Jason Koma has the story.
Films reviewed: Ratatouille, Live Free or Die Hard, Rules of the Game
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.
Former Delaware County Sheriff cleared of child pornography charges - Franklin County Board of Elections will not hear challenge to City Council Member's candidacy - Federal government wants to import parasitic wasps from China
Columbus, OH – Ohio's treasurer says credit card companies must be forced to change some of their ways in order to help consumers deal with their out of control debt. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Three companies pay City of Cincinnati $400 Thousand - Two more Ohio counties added to Emerald Ash Borer quarantine list - National statistics show more than one-third of American children are overweight