Central Ohio man dies after losing control of his car on flooded road - The first execution in the Strickland administration could take place Tuesday - Students in a Northeast Ohio school district back in class after rash outbreak - Ohio State headed for Sweet Sixteen
Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner asks for the resignations of all four Cuyahoga County Elections Board members - Ken Biros arrives in Lucasville for Tuesday's scheduled execution - Ohio receives another tool to respond to emergencies - Columbus charter school closes, leaving parents and students with concerns
Films reviewed: Flannel Pajamas, Breaking and Entering, Premonition
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.
The deconstruction of modern romance, marriage, and divorce is never pretty, as many of us who have lived the scenario can attest. Jeff Lipsky's engrossing Flannel Pajamas entertains with incisive dialogue but depressing circumstances?the romantic meeting of a couple, Stuart (Justin Kirk) and Nicole (Julianne Nicholson) and the disintegration of their marriage, not through tragic death or infidelity, but the nagging character flaws that erode like raindrops on a wooden water pump.
Columbus, OH – Central Ohio officials have launched the 26th annual Operation Feed campaign, an effort to provide food to needy individuals and families in the region. Hear about this year's goal and the impact Operation Feed has in Central Ohio.
Governor Strickland offers more details on state budget - Bluffton baseball coach leaves hospital - Georgia officials making changes to highway exits, including the one where the crash took place - Plan for nuclear facility in Piketon draws criticism - Newark man accused of theft set to appear on Ohio Lottery game show - Indians GM signs contract extension
Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council has approved legislation that will allow the cleanup of two abandoned industrial sites. One allows the city to apply for a grant from the state to rehabilitate the old Columbus Coated Fabrics plant in the Weinland Park area. Click the mp3 link for more details.