WCBE Newscasts
12:42 pm
Fri October 30, 2009

Mifflin man shot and killed someone who attempted to break into his home last night, and state Democrats want to fill $850 million budget hole by delaying scheduled tax cut. These stories and more in Friday's morning newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Mifflin man shot and killed someone who attempted to break into his home last night. :00

  • State democrats want to fill $850 million budget hole by delaying scheduled tax cut. :23

  • Animal activists say Issue 2 will prevent them from working to rid Ohio of puppy mills. 3:23

  • Some fans will walk in late to Browns-Ravens game to protest the Browns' poor record. 4:51

  • H1N1 vaccination clinics underway in Ohio; poll says most are concerned about the virus. 5:22

  • "Jared's Law" no longer in effect, repealed for being too costly and burdensome. 6:31