WCBE Newscasts
1:25 pm
Thu November 12, 2009

New report says Ohio had nation's 12th highest foreclosure rate in October, and the Franklin County Board of Health will hold free H1N1 vaccination clinics on Friday and Saturday. These stories plus more in Thursday's noon newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • New RealtyTrac report says Ohio had nation's 12th highest foreclosure rate in October. :00

  • Commodities investors closely watch price of gold after it hit a record high yesterday. :42

  • FBI joins Cleveland police investigation of human remains found at suspected serial killer's home. 1:30

  • Erie County sheriff says murder suspect has been found dead of apparent self-inflicted gunshot. 3:24

  • Franklin County Board of Health will hold free H1N1 vaccination clinics on Friday and Saturday. 3:58

  • WHO says doctors should not wait for lab conformation of H1N1 to give antivirals to at-risk persons. 4:42

  • Troy man handcrafts personalized canes for wounded veterans, including injured Dublin vet. 5:28

  • North Central Ohio solid waste district cutting number of hazardous waste collection days next year. 6:02

  • Federal lobbying efforts on global climate change legislation have been growing dramatically. 6:19

  • Connecticut woman mauled by chimpanzee may be discharged from Cleveland Clinic soon. 7:11

  • Hamilton schools suspend student for Bengals-themed haircut, say it's distracting to other students. 7:32