News
12:26 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Murder Suspect Extradited

A Columbus man charged in a January slaying has been extradited from Scioto County.

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News
12:24 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Serpent Mound Vandalized

The Ohio Historical Society says it's prepared to take legal action against individuals who vandalized the historic Serpent Mound.

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News
12:22 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Unemployment Applications Decline

The Labor Department says the number of applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by 12-hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.

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News
12:20 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Honda To Add Jobs

Honda of America says it will expand its plants in Anna and Russels Point Ohio, creating 200 new jobs.

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News
12:19 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Navistar To Add Jobs

Navistar International says it is closing a truck plant in Texas and transferring 300 jobs to its plant in Springfield.

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News
12:18 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

University President To Resign

Cedarville University President William Brown says he will resign in June.

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The Two-Way
12:12 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Former Penn State President Graham Spanier Charged In Sex Abuse Scandal

Former Penn State University president Graham Spanier speaks during a news conference.
Carolyn Kaster AP

Originally published on Thu November 1, 2012 12:40 pm

Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly just announced that former Penn State President Graham Spanier has been charged in connection with the child sex abuse scandal that has rocked the university.

According to Onward State, an online news outlet covering Penn State, Spanier is facing eight charges ranging from perjury to endangering welfare of children to conspiracy.

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Shots - Health News
11:55 am
Thu November 1, 2012

How An Antibody Found In Monkeys Could Help Make An Ebola Vaccine

A microbiologist runs an experiment to count hemorrhagic fever viruses at the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.
Scott Smith CDC

Originally published on Thu November 1, 2012 2:34 pm

Just the word Ebola can send shivers down the spine.

And no wonder.

Ebola is one of the deadliest viruses around, and there aren't any approved treatments or vaccines for it.

Scientists have been experimenting with an Ebola vaccine in animals for the past few years, but they've been stymied. There's no easy way to test its effectiveness in people.

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Children's Health
11:45 am
Thu November 1, 2012

Tips On Explaining The Storm To Young Ones

Originally published on Thu November 1, 2012 12:03 pm

Millions of Americans are dealing with the aftermath of Sandy, including the responsibility of comforting children who may not have a frame of reference for the storm. For tips on helping kids cope, host Michel Martin speaks with Suzanne McCabe of Scholastic's classroom magazines. The magazines cover the aftermath of all kinds of disasters.

Election 2012
11:45 am
Thu November 1, 2012

Voter Fraud Billboards Stir Controversy

Billboards declaring "Voter Fraud is a Felony" were recently taken down in some urban Ohio and Wisconsin areas. But not before civil rights groups said they could intimidate minority voters and decrease turnout. Host Michel Martin talks with WCPN reporter Brian Bull about the billboards, who paid for them, and concerns about their lasting impact.

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