WCBE Newscasts
4:52 pm
Wed October 28, 2009

Federal safety regulators propose $450,000 fine over Ohio company's explosion and fire, and eight universities in Ohio being tapped to help the state emerge in "green collar" workforce. These stories and more in Wendesday's afternoon newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Federal safety regulators propose to fine Ohio company $450,000 over explosion and fire. :00

  • Ohio House of Representatives passes so-called "Common Sense Regulatory Reform Act." :42

  • Ohio senators are curious about the possibility of plugging budget hole with casino money. 2:17

  • Port Columbus and Rickenbacker airports show signs of recovery after a year of decline. 2:51

  • Ohio University professors say southeast Ohio has big opportunities in the green economy. 3:40

  • Eight universities in Ohio being tapped to help the state emerge in "green collar" workforce. 5:01