Columbus, OH – Ohio State and Florida met less than three months ago on the football field to determine the best team in the land. Now, the two basketball programs battle for a championship in Atlanta. Hear a preview of tonight's game.
Governor Strickland signs the state's transportation budget - Charter school that closed in Columbus has significant debt - Not all legislators are taking a spring break - Buckeyes try to dethrone the Gators tonight
Authorities think they may have found the body of a Dayton man missing since Christmas - Taser death at the hands of Columbus police ruled accidental - Ross County Jail receives security enhancements - Fish-killing disease hits the Great Lakes
A bit of ballet, precision, and dignity accrue to figure skating, a small world where civility dances with ability. Enter Will Ferrell, the deflator of formula racing and TV broadcasting (among other occupations), to skewer the rarefied competition of Olympic figure skating.
Senator Voinovich says the White House mishandled the firings of federal prosecutors - Honeybee colonies collapsing in several states, including Ohio - Still no cause identified in the rash outbreak at a Northeast Ohio school
Cuyahoga County Board of Elections member won't go quietly - Two-mile hole project moves ahead - Experts cite the pace of life as a reason for high gas prices - Columbus and Atlanta authorities prepare for disruptive behavior related to the Final Four
Columbus, OH – A new study gives Ohio a passing grade on integrating technology in education. The tenth annual edition of the Technology Counts report, released by Education Week and the Editiorial Projects in Education Research Center, gives Ohio a C grade. The report measures things like how many students have computers in their classroom and teacher license requirements. Hear WCBE's interview with Technology Counts Project Executive Director Caroline Hendrie.
Films reviewed: The Namesake, The Lookout, Reign over Me
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.