Columbus, OH – There's a possibility that Ohio voters next year will face a ballot issue that would require most employers to offer their workers at least some paid sick leave every year. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports a labor union is pushing the idea.
"Verbal ability is a highly overrated thing in a guy, and it's our pathetic need for it that gets us into so much trouble." Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
Listen up, young men. The secret to what a woman wants lies in the subtexts of Jon Kasden's In the Land of Women, the essence of the chick flick displaying the new age, sensitive guy in all his loving, listening, and longing.
Columbus, OH – The Wexner Center for the Arts on the Ohio State University campus once again celebrates the start of the baseball season with a collection of films from the Baseball Hall of Fame. Hear WCBE's interview with Wexner Center film curator Dave Fillippi, who says this year's series contains footage of a unusual tour of the Far East ten years after World War II.
Columbus man pleads not guilty to charges of plotting terrorist attacks - Interviews to fill Cuyahoga County Board of Elections begin - Cutting carbon dioxide emissions on tap for Congress - Old clock returns to college football - OSU approves slight ticket increase
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.
Storms hit Central Ohio hard - Uninsured Ohioans testify at state budget hearing - Parents gather at Statehouse to oppose proposed changes for charter schools - Most voters want part of the tobacco settlement money payout used for anti-smoking programs - There's a new state fire marshall in Ohio
Columbus, OH – The Republican candidate running for Columbus mayor not only wants a state investigation of the way City Council selects new members, he's also calling for the removal of the two most recent appointments. Click on the mp3 link to hear why.
Columbus, OH – The Central Ohio Transit Authority evaluates routes every four months, often making significant cuts. But in May, plans call for adding thousands of hours of service. Hear why COTA officials expect that trend to continue.