Knox County investigators searching for clues in Mount Vernon man's death - Columbus teachers approve new contract - Meijer recall includes Ohio - Record voter turnout for a primary expected in Franklin County -
Columbus, OH – Whoever wins Ohio's democratic presidential primary Tuesday may be the candidate who has the best "get out the vote" drive and grassroots support. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen has been watching that factor in both the Barack Obama campaign and the Hillary Clinton campaign....and he files this report.
Columbus, OH – Recent national polls show democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is more popular with young voters than his opponent, democrat Hillary Clinton. But what do young Ohioans think? Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports on what young buckeye voters think about the democratic presidential candidates.
Columbus, OH – Veteran observers of Ohio's political landscape already know northeast Ohio is a Democratic stronghold, and southwest Ohio is firmly Republican. In 2004, an energized conservative block of voters in southwest Ohio made the difference for President Bush. The director of the Ohio Poll says that base does not appear to be energized to vote in the primary. Eric Rademacher talks with Jim Letizia about Ohio's primary landscape.
Diebold shares soar amid possible sale - Ohio and two other states put pressure on large lender - Teachers worry about cost of obtaining a license - Another busy day for absentee voting in Franklin County - Democratic camps spin poll results - Weather could be trouble for voters tomorrow
Talladega Nights and Blades of Glory were a mild surprise to me: amusing but not hilarious. Will Ferrell carries those pix with a bit of graceful irony. He plays the star, with his usual good-hearted silly self-delusions, mostly that he's a super star when actually he's a shlub.
Former president Bill Clinton backs Hillary - Oberlin College helps students vote - Unemployment in Ohio falling slowly - Judge allows abortion clinic to remain open - Pickup drivers less likely to wear seatbelts - Victoria Secret's Columbus CEO wants to upgrade image - Browns quarterback Derek Anderson agrees to stay on team
Centers for disease and control withold Great Lakes health threat report - Environmental group grades presidential candidates - Doctors at risk of identity theft - Ohio voting hotline helps voters - Ohio's foreclosure rate remains high - OSU women's basketball player Jantal Lavender hits career high
Films reviewed: City of Men, The Other Boleyn Girl
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.
Columbus, OH – A new survey of registered Ohio voters shows the November presidential election in the state could once again be tight. The University of Cincinnati's Ohio Poll shows an even split in a matchup between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain. In a head to head matchup between Hillary Clinton and McCain, the Arizona senator leads the former first lady 51 to 47 percent. Poll director Eric Rademacher tells Jim Letizia about the survey conducted last week.
Franklin County authorities investigate home invasion shooting - Cutts' life spared in sentencing phase - Upper Arlington teacher free on bond - Thousands of ballots already cast for primary - Some say Ohio Senate bill on Great Lakes water would hinder multi-state compact - Scoring error confirmed in OSU basketball game
Columbus, OH – Fresh from his presidential debate with fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton Tuesday night, Barack Obama campaigned in Columbus Wednesday. At a speech on the Ohio State University campus, Obama talked a little -- at times -- as if he's about to clinch the Democratic nomination......and Republican John McCain is now his opponent.
Standoff ends in Delaware County - Fostoria fire officials looking for cause of downtown blaze - Environmental group ranks presidential candidates on green voting categories - Salt supplies dwindling this winter - Cleveland uses attention related to Democratic presidential debate for foreclosure awareness and solutions - Study finds a third of kids are harassed online
Columbus, OH – Republican presidential contender Mike Huckabee told a crowd of about 300 in Columbus Tuesday that they need to help him pull off what polls indicate would be a political miracle --- winning next week's G O P primary election. Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen reports.
Man convicted on child sex charge receives life sentence - Honda plans to transfer motorcycle production to Japan - NAFTA becomes key issue for democratic presidential candidates - Matchup polls show Obama and McCain dead even - City hall's alarm system back on line - Coal power in Ohio - Altered surveillance tape posted on Youtube causes uproar
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton battle in Cleveland debate - Columbus school teacher pleads guilty to attempting to solicit sex online - Upper Arlington teacher to appear in court on rape charges - Licking man sentenced to seven years in prison for role in slaying of pizza man - Jury deliberates on penalty in Bobby Cutts Jr. case - Religious leaders fight Payday lenders - Iraq war vets for congress -Butler county teens arraigned on charges of juvenile delinquency
Columbus, OH – A national membership club that features discounted home furnishings at six locations in Ohio - including Columbus - now gives consumers a three-day window to cancel their contract with the company. Indiana-based DirectBuy offers members a chance purchase a variety of products right from manufacturers for a fee that's based on the length of the contract. Intrigued consumers must visit one of the company's showrooms to find out full details and have to make a decision on whether to join following the session.