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WCBE Newscasts
10:32 am
Fri February 15, 2008

Making news Friday morning

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Two former Central Ohio law enforcement officers plead guilty in federal case and plan to testify against another former officer - U.S. Marshals arrest two Central Ohio men in nearly two-year-old shooting incident - Poll finds Clinton leads Obama in Ohio, but neither has McCain's popularity - Dann wants Ohio Supreme Court to consider smoking ban exemptions -

Ohio Public Radio
10:15 am
Fri February 15, 2008

Clinton's campaign centers on Ohio

Columbus, OH – Hillary Clinton spent the whole day yesterday in Ohio. With some signs that support for her may be slipping, it's considered a must-win state, even by her backers. That's why she wrapped up the day with a speech on the Ohio State University campus, where support for her rival, Barrack Obama, seems strong. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen reports.

Ohio Public Radio
10:12 am
Fri February 15, 2008

Obama brings successful strategy to Ohio

Columbus, OH – In several other states, Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama has beaten Hillary Clinton in primary elections and caucuses, even though Clinton had more money and more endorsements. Obama's power has come from a well-organized grassroots campaign. Now, with Ohio's March 4th primary looming, his organizers are trying to pull another big upset...using that very same strength. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen reports.

Ohio Public Radio
10:08 am
Fri February 15, 2008

Poll looks ahead, finds Ohioans support McCain

Columbus, OH – Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama might be ahead in the delegate count at this point but he's trailing his opponent, Hillary Clinton, in a recent poll of Ohio voters. But as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, the poll shows neither of the two democratic candidates are the first choice of most of the Ohioans surveyed.

WCBE Newscasts
12:42 am
Fri February 15, 2008

Friday afternoon's news

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Jury reaches verdict in Cutts trial - Officials now say a Columbus teen did not fire the gun that killed his twin brother -Another option to file taxes electronically - Skybus to increase some fees - Great Lakes Compact changes proposed by Ohio officials might harm overall deal - Gas price increase this spring might not be as high - Clinton and Obama campaigns in Ohio again

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It's Movie Time
2:08 pm
Thu February 14, 2008

"It's Movie Time " February 15, 2008 On-Demand

Films reviewed: Cassandra's Dream; Definitely, Maybe; Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins

It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including Silver Microphone and Communicator honors.

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Ohio Public Radio
10:43 am
Thu February 14, 2008

Chelsea Clinton targets Ohio's young voters

Columbus, OH – Many students on Ohio's college campuses have been supporting democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. That's one reason why Chelsea Clinton hit the college circuit, telling crowds of students in Ohio, why she thinks her mother, Hillary Clinton, deserves to be the party nominee. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.

WCBE Newscasts
10:28 am
Thu February 14, 2008

Making news Thursday morning

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Police arrest victim's twin brother in murder case - Strickland prepared to take jobs plan to the ballot - More incentives offered by military recruiters - McCain picks up more endorsements, including Ohio's Boehner - Chelsea Clinton visits Ohio colleges and universities, including OSU - Quinn denies involvement in fight - City of Columbus alters 311 service hours to meet demand

WCBE Newscasts
4:05 am
Thu February 14, 2008

Thursday afternoon's news

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Challenge to Brunner's authority continues in Franklin County court - Find out who's on top in the latest presidential poll in Ohio - Report shows how Ohio high school students perform on advanced placement tests relative to students nationwide - ATV-related deaths in Ohio and the rest of the country are likely higher than initial reports - Loneliness on Valentine's Day - Sebathia contract talks stalled?

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Ohio Public Radio
3:49 am
Thu February 14, 2008

Former Bill Clinton strategist endorses Obama

Columbus, OH – Ohio's March 4th primary could be the nation's BIGGEST showdown between Democratic presidential contenders Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Clinton has been getting most of the endorsements from fellow Democratic politicians, but they haven't helped her win the most convention delegates so far.....and NOW, Obama has landed an unusual endorsement. It comes from a top party strategist who helped put Hillary Clinton into the white house in 1993 as First Lady. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen has the story.

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Movie Reviews
3:41 pm
Wed February 13, 2008

Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins

Some life in the graveyard

"If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance." George Bernard Shaw

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Election 2008
11:54 am
Wed February 13, 2008

Candidates battle for Ohio

Columbus, OH – Ohio could be the "make or break" state for Hillary Clinton or Barrack Obama in their quests for the Democratic presidential nomination. That's why 3 week before the primary election, both sides have begun airing TV commercials....and they're fighting for key endorsements. Clinton has just picked up a big one. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen has the story.

WCBE Stories
2:29 am
Wed February 13, 2008

Parents, principals and teachers

Columbus, OH – Parents sometimes feel to intimidated or uncomfortable to talk to their children's teachers or school principals. But a new program coming to Columbus this weekend hopes to build a network of informed, effective parents who can help their kids, their schools, and their communities. Alison Holm has more.

WCBE Newscasts
2:16 am
Wed February 13, 2008

Wednesday afternoon's news

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Cleveland Brown's quarterback Brady Quinn is accused of instigating fight - Middle East mastermind Imad Mughinyeh killed - Franklin county board of elections predicts a 40 percent voter turnout for March 4th primary - Ohio metro areas suffer from high foreclosure rates - Toledo's city council offers apology to marines - U.S. military identifies the body of man who crashed a plane into a glacier in 1942

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WCBE Newscasts
2:16 am
Wed February 13, 2008

Wednesday afternoon's news

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Cleveland Brown's quarterback Brady Quinn is accused of instigating fight - Middle East mastermind Imad Mughinyeh killed - Franklin county board of elections predicts a 40 percent voter turnout for March 4th primary - Ohio metro areas suffer from high foreclosure rates - Toledo's city council offers apology to marines - U.S. military identifies the body of man who crashed a plane into a glacier in 1942

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WCBE Whiskers
2:09 am
Wed February 13, 2008

What's the meaning of this Whiskers section anyway?

Columbus, OH –

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WCBE Newscasts
1:50 am
Wed February 13, 2008

Making news Wednesday morning

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Authorities say auxillary Kenton police officer accidentally shot son - Three children believed to have died in Sidney fire - State refuses to limit carbon dioxide emmisions for coal power plant - Democrats launch campaigns in Ohio - State schoolboard wants to remain independent - Franklinton man pleads guilty to killing neighbor - The Longaberger basket company cuts jobs - Mayor Coleman names 15 member economic advisory committee

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Election 2008
1:16 am
Wed February 13, 2008

Candidates battle for Ohio

Columbus, OH – Ohio could be the "make or break" state for Hillary Clinton or Barrack Obama in their quests for the Democratic presidential nomination. That's why 3 week before the primary election, both sides have begun airing TV commercials....and they're fighting for key endorsements. Clinton has just picked up a big one. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen has the story.

Ohio Public Radio
1:14 am
Wed February 13, 2008

Making things easier for businesses

Columbus, OH – Governor Ted Strickland has signed an executive order that he says will cut unnecessary red tape for businesses in Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Jo Ingles has details.

Movie Reviews
1:52 pm
Tue February 12, 2008

Definitely, Maybe

It just seems right.

Will Hayes: I had two serious girlfriends... and then some other smattering of other women.

Maya Hayes: What's the boy word for 'slut'?

Will Hayes: They still haven't come up with one yet.

From Definitely, Maybe

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