WCBE Newscasts
4:46 pm
Thu February 4, 2010

State has executed man convicted of killing of Youngstown convenience store owner and clerk, and the number of newly-laid off workers filing unemployment claims rose unexpectedly last week. These stories and more in Thursday's noon newscast.

Columbus, OH – Stories include:

  • State has executed man convicted of killing of Youngstown convenience store owner and clerk. :00

  • Number of newly-laid off workers filing unemployment claims rose unexpectedly last week. :29

  • Retailers report modest sales increases for January due to cautious post-holiday shoppers. 1:17

  • State Highway Patrol makes big marijuana bust after pulling car over for small traffic infraction. 1:59

  • Investigator doubts Nazi death camp survivor's claim he remembers Cleveland man as prison guard. 3:10

  • Hearing on asylum request by President Obama's aunt is underway in Boston immigration court. 3:50

  • High school football players announced future colleges during yesterday's National Signing Day. 4:27

  • Salmonella strain that sickened hundreds in Ohio and elsewhere was found in black pepper. 6:32

  • Frozen pasta product being recalled because it contains eggs, but doesn't say so on the label. 7:06