WCBE Newscasts
1:25 pm
Thu November 19, 2009

Prosecutors proceed with rape and kidnapping charges against man living in home where 11 bodies were found, and Ohio airports report no major problems following this morning's FAA computer glitch. This and more in Thursday's noon newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • Cleveland prosecutors proceed with rape and kidnapping charges against convicted sex offender. :00

  • Ohio airports report no major problems following this morning's FAA computer glitch. :37

  • Number of new unemployment claims was unchanged last week, while continuing claims declined. 1:22

  • Government watchdog says White House was too quick to take credit for saving jobs. 2:02

  • Ohio Senate considers House-passed election reform bill saying it will solve election problems . 2:49

  • Measure under Senate consideration will allow JROTC to be taken for graduation credit. 3:41

  • Columbus man will serve jail time and pay restitution for multiple break-ins and purse snatchings. 4:41

  • Montgomery County prosecutor will appeal prison sentence after judge used wrong case notes. 5:15

  • Columbus health officials will hold H1N1 vaccination clinics on Monday at Vineyard Columbus. 5:44

  • Conservation groups launch warning program for diseases passing from animals to humans. 6:22

  • Columbus Blue Jackets activate forward Raffi Torres off injured reserve. 7:24

  • University of Cincinnati quarterback must completing underage drinking program or face jail time. 7:37