Columbus, OH – In the aftermath of the horrific shootings at Virginia Tech, many are wondering how easy - or difficult - it is to get a firearm in Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler asked activists on both sides of the gun issue about that
Inmate arrives at Lucasville - Nationwide Insurance settles out of court - Columbus breaks ground on new Franklinton fire station - State task force on campus safety coming together - Cleveland City Council considers earlier curfew - Columbus ranks high on future cities list
Films reviewed: Days of Glory, In the Land of Women, After the Wedding
By hosts John DeSando and Clay Lowe with guest critic, Kristin Dreyer Kramer
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.
Inmate changes mind, asks for delay of execution - Ohio AG fires top aide - Butler County Children Services Board fires executive director - Ohio senator walks from Cincinnati to Columbus to promote health and highlight the problem of childhood obesity
Columbus, OH – Legislative committee hearings have begun on a proposal ordering Ohio's five government worker pension funds to divest themselves of stock in companies that do business in Iran. A star witness at Thursday's first hearing was a woman with links to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – The Ohio legislature is considering a bill that would eliminate some mayors courts in Ohio. Backers of the legislation say it would create more fair and accountable courts. But as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, small villages say their safety would be compromised.
Bob Evans closes two restaurants in Columbus - City's 'pay as we grow' plan moves ahead - Several Earth Day events this weekend in Central Ohio - Columbus resident has a record-setting day on the PGA Tour
Columbus, OH – A trio of Republicans is backing a bill that they say will protect state agencies against the fraud and corruption that swept through the Bureau of Workers Compensation. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
AEP nixes proposed fee on consumers for equipment and other improvements - Ohio Republicans say bill would guard against fraud and corruption - Strickland calls for a task force on campus security - American Cancer Society challenges Ohio's indoor smoking ban - MacLean's tenure with the Blue Jackets ends
Columbus, OH – After a handful of years on the job, Ohio State University President Karen Holbrook is getting ready to step down. Reflecting Wednesday at the Columbus Metropolitan Club, Holbrook said she's proud of a number of accomplishments during her tenure at OSU. Still, she admitted that many people will remember her as the president who put a damper on the hoopla surrounding Buckeye football games. Hear her side of that issue and more.
Columbus, OH – More than a hundred students from for-profit career colleges across Ohio rallied at the statehouse in Columbus Wednesday. They were protesting a proposal from Governor Ted Strickland to kill off a student grant program that's helped many of them pay their tuition. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.