WCBE Newscasts
12:36 pm
Fri October 9, 2009

EPA says parts of Ohio and two other states failed to meet microscopic particle polution standards, and Columbus' Children's Hospital will restrict patient visitation to immediate family over 12 years old. This plus more in Friday's morning newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • EPA says parts of Ohio and two other states failed to meet microscopic particle polution standards. :00

  • U.S. House votes to continue building alternative engine for Pentagon's next generation of fighter jets. :30

  • New Jersey judge dismisses murder charges against Ohio man, rules the grand jury was misled. :59

  • Children's Hospital in Columbus will restrict patient visitation to immediate family over 12 years old. 1:28

  • Judge releases Pagans Motorcycle Club president days after he was jailed on racketeering charges. 2:01

  • Group will walk 60 miles on Saturday from one Ohio Native American ceremonial site to another. 2:35

  • Ohio Department of Natural Resources reports fall foliage is a big tourist attraction for the state. 4:07

  • State Fire Marshall says Monday's Morrow County barn fire was intentionally set. 5:04

  • U.S. Senate approves $350 million in aid to dairy farmers coping with low milk prices. 5:26

  • Cincinnati police say a girl fabricated a story about kitchen knife stabbing in school lunchroom. 6:08