WCBE Newscasts
12:32 pm
Thu January 14, 2010

Gubernatorial candidate's plan to eliminate state income tax would cost over $800 million first year, and President Obama has declared this National Influenza Vaccination Week to encourage H1N1 vaccination. This and more in Thursday's noon newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:
Gubernatorial candidate's plan to eliminate state income tax would cost over $800 million first year. :00


Number of newly laid-off workers seeking unemployment benefits rose last week by 11,000. :38


Ohio had nation's 12th highest foreclosure rate in 2009 with one out of 50 households receiving notice. 1:14


President Obama declared this National Influenza Vaccination Week to encourage H1N1 vaccination. 1:53


Cincinnati school officials say $9 million paid to white-owned company was counted as minority contract. 3:27


Navy Seal from Perrysburg accused of punching Iraqi detainee scheduled for court-martial in Virginia. 4:03


Department of Veteran's Affairs offering assistance to Vietnam-era vets with Agent Orange-related ailments. 4:45


Missouri truck driver and son have been charged in suffocation death of 20-year-old Ohio drifter. 5:47


Mothers Against Drunk Driving disappointed in Cuyahoga County Prosecutor stopped for drunken driving. 6:17


Former Ohio State Fair director starts new job next month as Wisconsin State Fair Park director. 6:42