WCBE Newscasts
11:37 am
Mon August 3, 2009

Federal regulators shut down banks in Ohio, Florida, and others amid pressures of the recession and mounting loan defaults--and--a judge in Delaware approves settlement of a shareholder's lawsuit against National City Bank, plus more in this morning

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Governor Strickland tries to decide whether to follow the clemency recommendation of the Ohio parole board for a death row inmate - 1:22

  • Sociologist at Ohio University-Zanesville writes a book analyzing gun culture - 2:39

  • Hospital service for their youngest patients can translate into lifelong adult loyalty - 3:54

  • Attorneys for uniform company Cintas claim a worker died in 2007 after "consciously disregarding his training" - 5:22