Cute as Dennis (Bobby Coleman) is, he's too cute, regardless of whether or not he's Martian. Now David (John Cusack) is cute as well as a successful, childlike science fiction writer widower, who decides to adopt this cute kid in Martian Child.
"Gypsy" has long been for gadjos synonymous with murder and theft. Not so after Gypsy Caravan, a documentary about musical Romani bands from four countries touring to sold out audiences, who react enthusiastically to the varied and energetic performances by a naturally charismatic people, whose fleshy elders personify the lusts of living apparent from their blistering violin playing to their indulgences in fried food and eccentric marriages.
Columbus, OH – It's now official - Ohio companies that don't grant several 12 weeks of unpaid pregnancy and maternity leave could soon be found guilty of gender discrimination. The Ohio Civil Rights Commission has approved that rule. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio's Attorney General is taking action to try to stop some Ohio businesses from selling contact lenses that can permanently damage people's eyes. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Many fans and experts see Saturday night's game between Ohio State and Penn State as the toughest test for the football Buckeyes so far this season. The unbeaten, top-ranked Buckeyes travel to Beaver Stadium to face the Nittany Lions and the crowd. Mike Foley has a preview.
Worthington school to have extra security after bomb threat - Another school closure from staph infection strain known as MRSA - Teacher group cautions Ohio lawmakers not to overreact to allegations of teacher misconduct
Columbus, OH – A crackdown on electronic gaming machines that look and operate a lot like slot machines has just taken effect across Ohio. Governor Ted Strickland has signed into law an emergency bill that legislators passed, slapping limits on the machines. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Ohio Supreme Court suspends law license of Franklin County judge - Ticket prices at Port Columbus decline - Ohio mortgage bankers say Governor Strickland's compact could make foreclosure problem worse - Big Ben helps out Oxford police
Columbus, OH – Top officials with the Ohio Department of Education admit more needs to be done to prevent educators accused of misconduct from staying in thier jobs. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Ohio lawmaker wants consistent penalties from any type of drug use - National City earnings drop significantly - Stolen printer contains information on hundreds of Ohio drivers - GPS test in Columbus and Franklin County snow vehicles should result in better response, officials say -
Columbus, OH – Central Ohio residents may not want to think about snow just yet, especially given the storms that hit the region late last winter. But the City of Columbus and its snow removal crews are gearing up for whatever the upcoming winter brings with better technology. Mike Foley reports.