WCBE Newscasts
11:35 am
Wed October 28, 2009

Cincinnati Marine and Ohio-born technician were two of 14 killed in Afghanistan Monday, and Franklin County will delay H1N1 vaccination clinics because of vaccine availability. This and more in Wednesday's morning newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Cincinnati Marine and Ohio-born technician were two of 14 killed in Afghanistan Monday. :00

  • Franklin County will delay H1N1 vaccination clinics because of vaccine availability. :33

  • New Albany runaway will have telephone and internet use monitored in foster care. 2:17

  • Leader of Ohio marijuana smuggling operation sentenced to 20 years in prison. 2:53

  • Tens of thousands of Ohio prisoners could be freed or released from court supervision. 3:36

  • Six Columbus businesses will become more energy efficient and promote green practices. 4:51

  • Some Ohio farmers say they will be regulated out of business if State Issue 2 passes. 5:38

  • Congressional negotiators exempt 13 Great Lakes ships from proposed air pollution rule. 7:02

  • Indiana and Ohio governors will open another section of U.S. 24 between the states. 7:45

  • Boston Celtics' big three come out ahead of Cleveland Cavs' big two in season opener. 8:16