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WCBE Stories
1:32 am
Tue June 19, 2007

Tuesday's noon newscast

Columbus, OH – Today's stories include:

Former Cincinnati congressman steps down as White House Budget Director - Downtown streetcar proposal loses momentum - Summer heat causes drop in gas efficiency

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WCBE Stories
1:19 am
Tue June 19, 2007

New Clippers stadium design officially unveiled

Columbus, OH –

The design for the Clippers baseball stadium was officially unveiled yesterday. WCBE's Alison Holm reports.

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Ohio Public Radio
1:10 am
Tue June 19, 2007

Victims fight parole of 30-year inmate

Columbus, OH – An Athens County murderer who has spent 30 years in prison is trying to be freed on parole, but the two daughters of the wife he murdered are calling on the Ohio Parole Board to block the move. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen files this report.

WCBE Newscasts
1:09 am
Tue June 19, 2007

Noon

Columbus, OH –

Today's stories include:

Former Cincinnati congressman steps down as White House Budget Director - Downtown streetcar proposal loses momentum - Summer heat causes drop in gas efficiency

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Ohio Public Radio
1:00 am
Tue June 19, 2007

Tracking down the stolen data

Columbus, OH – State lawmakers have approved spending nearly three quarters of a million dollars to deal with the theft of a computer storage tape that holds the names and social security numbers of all 64-thousand state employees. And now the governor may be considering another way to try to find the device. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.

WCBE Newscasts
10:34 am
Mon June 18, 2007

7:33

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

An update on the state data theft - Ambulance company owes the state thousands of dollars - Indians win, Reds lose

WCBE Newscasts
10:30 am
Mon June 18, 2007

7:06

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Two more Ohio soldiers die in Iraq - Budget among several issues for Ohio lawmakers this week - Another indictment in the state investment scandal

Ohio Public Radio
9:19 am
Mon June 18, 2007

More data at risk

Columbus, OH – State officials say a stolen state computer storage device could put the identities of all 64-thousand state employees at risk. But it turns out there was much more sensitive information on that device than first thought. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler says workers have been sorting through data all weekend to find out what's on the device and how dangerous it might be in the wrong hands.

WCBE Stories
12:35 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Monday's noon newscast

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Murder-suicide in Columbus - Strickland requests funds for ID theft protection - Wendy's for sale? - Ohio tax returns a bit behind - A new contract for OHP - King's Island coasters among list of the best

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WCBE Newscasts
12:29 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Noon

Columbus, OH – Stories you'll hear include:

Murder-suicide in Columbus - Strickland requests funds for ID theft protection - Wendy's for sale? - Ohio tax returns a bit behind - A new contract for OHP - King's Island coasters among list of the best

WCBE Stories
11:35 am
Fri June 15, 2007

Research shows many men suffer postpartum depression

Columbus, OH –

Father's Day is Sunday, but for many dads - especially new ones - the responsibility becomes overwhelming and can even lead to a condition that traditionally has been expected in mothers. Research suggests a significant number of men are suffering from postpartum depression. Dr. Christopher Kovell is the Medical Director for the Franklin County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services board. He tells Mike Foley the trend of men developing the condition has increased over the years.

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WCBE Newscasts
11:15 am
Fri June 15, 2007

7:33

Columbus, OH –

Today's stories include:

Columbus prosecutor still deciding how to proceed with Frankie Coleman scandal - State lawmakers won't approve budget until Governor provides revenue projections - City settles cable damage for $32 thousand

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WCBE Newscasts
11:08 am
Fri June 15, 2007

6:33

Columbus, OH –

Today's stories include:

ACLU challenges Bush administration's domestic surveillance program - FirstEnergy responsible for nuclear power plant damange - 30th radish festival takes place in Northwest Ohio

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Ohio Public Radio
3:34 am
Fri June 15, 2007

Personal data of entire workforce compromised

Columbus, OH – The state is warning its 64-thousand employees that they could be at risk for identity theft, after a computer storage device containing their names and social security numbers was stolen from a state intern's car. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.

WCBE Stories
1:48 am
Fri June 15, 2007

Friday afternoon's stories

Columbus, OH – Today's stories include:

Device containing personal information for all state employees stolen from intern's car - Cable TV companies can obtain single franchise agreement from state - Ohio gas prices continue decline - Ohio's only ethanol plant shuts down

WCBE Newscasts
1:39 am
Fri June 15, 2007

Noon

Columbus, OH –

Today's stories include:

Device containing personal information for all state employees stolen from intern's car - Cable TV companies can obtain single franchise agreement from state - Ohio gas prices continue decline - Ohio's only ethanol plant shuts down

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It's Movie Time
1:55 pm
Thu June 14, 2007

"It's Movie Time" June 15, 2007 On-Demand

La Vie En Rose

Films reviewed: Once, Nancy Drew, La Vie En Rose


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

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Ohio Public Radio
3:25 am
Thu June 14, 2007

Ohio Senate passes budget

Columbus, OH – It was another history making budget vote in the Statehouse, as Senators approved the budget unanimously just weeks after their colleagues in the House did the same thing. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.

Ohio Public Radio
3:24 am
Thu June 14, 2007

Report on Coleman

Columbus, OH – The state inspector general says the lieutenant governor made mistakes in the hiring of the wife of Columbus mayor Michael Coleman, who resigned under fire last week. And Lee Fisher is apologizing and defending himself in the wake of the IG's report. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports.

Ohio Public Radio
3:21 am
Thu June 14, 2007

Will limits on electronic games legalize them?

Columbus, OH – A leading anti-gambling group says an effort by the governor and attorney general to put limits on those electronic games at malls and arcades will actually BACKFIRE and will wind up LEGALIZING games that are clearly AGAINST the law. The charge comes as state officials and legislators consider limits on PRIZES. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen.

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