Columbus, OH – Governor Ted Strickland is warning that electricity bills across Ohio will skyrocket in 2009, unless Ohio moves back toward government regulation of electricity rates. He's unveiled his own proposal for change, and it includes a move to encourage development of more alternative energy sources. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Second bomb threat at the University of Akron - Rescuers drill seventh hole at Utah mine - Annual effort to begin against raccoon rabies - Miami University scholarship has an important message behind it - Findlay damages likely in the millions - Euclid reworks city council - Florida and North Carolina among the top home games for OSU men's basketball
Holbrook still critical of OSU football culture - Enforcement will continue at games this year - Columbus police officer who made controversial video has been reassigned - Coshocton automotive plant to close
From 1969 to 1972, America put 12 men on the moon in nine missions. Eight of the surviving crew members (notably absent is the reclusive Neil Armstrong) talk about their adventures in the documentary In the Shadow of the Moon with less of the engineering and more of the philosophy, a bit different from the dramatic renditions of The Right Stuff, Apollo 13, and HBO'S From Earth to the Moon.
Columbus, OH – Ohio's health departments are starting to crack down on bars, restaurants, private clubs and workplaces that are not obeying the state's new smoking ban. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Highland County judge acquitted in second trial - Scam artists going after flood victims - Two top presidential candidates planning September visits to Ohio - Security and parking updates for the upcoming football season - Facebook links college roommates before classes begin -
For slacker comedy, one of the indexes I think I will use is how many times the hero is kicked in the groin. In Balls of Fury, ex-ping-pong Olympian Randy Daytona (Dan Fogler) is kicked in the titular region at least three times, making this a pratfall-prone, intellectually-challenged comedy with enough low-level laughs to satisfy low cultural instincts. He is hired by the FBI to find a world-class villain Feng (Christopher Walken) with an affinity for table tennis.
"I think of horror films as art, as films of confrontation. Films that make you confront aspects of your own life that are difficult to face. Just because you're making a horror film doesn't mean you can't make an artful film."
"There is something terrible about two human beings who love each other and can find neither the means or the time to let the other know, who wait until some misfortune or disagreement extorts an affirmation of affection." Sigmund Freud
Portsmouth plant lawsuit OK'd - Starlings cause flight to return and prompt review of wildlife hazard management plans - Miami University prepares for Ash Borer - Gas prices drop slightly in Ohio - Indians/Reds win
Governor Strickland requests federal assistance for flood victims - Ohio National Guard not overburdened by floods and overseas deployments - STDs increasing in Cincinnati- OSU to crack down on early tailgate parking
Springfield school buses vandalized - Cleveland police officer arrested on cocaine conspiracy charge - The number of U.S. EPA criminal investigators drops - Commission celebrates five years of bringing sports to the region - Ohio among states with higher obesity rates
Prosecutor seeks death penalty for police officer accused of killing pregnant girlfriend - Northeast Ohio US Army Medic dies in Iraqi helicopter crash - Ohio National Guard troops sent to flood-stricken Shelby