Former Columbus resident pleads not guilty to killing a U.S. soldier at an army recruiting center--and--members of Ohio congressional delegations meet on Capitol Hill to keep the Cash for Clunkers program going, plus more in this afternoon newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • The energy bill expected to pass Congress this Fall could include new renewable energy standards and biomass boosts - 1:25

  • Anti-abortion amendment to a health care overhaul bill voted down in a U.S. House committee - 2:26

  • Elderly Euclid woman accused of clubbing a fawn to death with a shovel pleads not guilty to animal abuse charges - 3:49

  • Provision in the new state budget includes a $1.25 increase in taking a ton of trash to a landfill - 5:00