WCBE Newscasts
12:37 pm
Wed November 4, 2009

Death penalty temporarily on hold in Ohio, but Ohio Supreme Court sets two new execution dates, and Columbus Police identify woman's body found yesterday in Scioto River south of Greenlawn Ave. bridge. This and more in Wednesday's noon newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Death penalty is temporarily on hold in Ohio, but Ohio Supreme Court has set two new execution dates. :00

  • Rapist who lived at house where 10 bodies were found is being held without bond in Cuyahoga County. :34

  • Columbus Police identify body found yesterday in Scioto River south of Greenlawn Ave. bridge. :54

  • Few voting problems reported in Ohio Tuesday with 21% of registered Ohioans casting ballots. 1:09

  • Voters approved measures in two Ohio communities to end use of traffic enforcement cameras. 1:47

  • Several Ohio communities approved operating levies for public libraries affected by state budget cuts. 2:13

  • Cuyahoga County voters approve remaking county government amid federal corruption investigations. 2:48

  • Hamilton County voters approve renewal of tax levy to keep up museum housed in former train station. 3:16

  • Licking County officials say 53-year-old man is first in county to die from H1N1 complications. 3:42

  • President Obama tries to convince states to rewrite education laws and cut deals with unions. 5:06

  • Because of lower revenues, Cedar Fair will not make cash distributions to owners of unit shares. 5:37