Candidate drops out of the race for Ohio's 18th congressional district seat - Ohio Democratic Congressman Charlie Wilson visits Iraq and calls the situation there bleak - West Nile Virus not much of a problem in Ohio, unlike some other areas of the country - Legislators place wager in OSU/Washington game - Browns/Bengals part one takes place Sunday
Mason-based lender under scrutiny - Salt Lake City's mayor comes to Columbus Green Expo urging action on the part of government in effort to curb global climate change - Investigation finds an organization that claims to help poor has misspent money
Columbus, OH – The Columbus Blue Jackets opened training camp this week, and Alison Holm reports there are some changes underway for the team that ended last season with one of the worst records in the National Hockey League.
Films reviewed: The Brave One, 2 Days in Paris, The 11th Hour
By hosts John DeSando and Clay Lowe with guest critic, Kristin Dreyer Kramer
It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including Silver Microphone and Communicator honors.
Drs. Lowe and DeSando were moderator and panelist respectively on TV 25's World Film Classics. Both have been professors, Lowe at Ohio State University and DeSando at Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio. Kristin Dreyer Kramer is editor-in-chief of NightsandWeekends.com.
Columbus, OH – Two years ago, the United Way of Central Ohio in partnership with the Columbus Aids Taskforce, Stonewall Columbus and the Legacy Fund set out to gather data on the region's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender population. Officials released some preliminary results at a recent Columbus Metropolitan Club forum. As Mike Foley reports, despite a lower-than-expected number of participants, officials say the data will still be useful.
Investigation into two state departments' ties to faith-based group finds no wrongdoing - Boehner-led group arrives in Iraq - Kucinich in Syria - Giuliani in Akron - Proposal to relax guidelines on small business loans
Columbus, OH – Mourners came from all around Ohio to remember Republican Congressman Paul Gillmor of Tiffin, who lay in state in the Rotunda at the Statehouse this morning. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler spoke to some of those who stood in line to pay their respects, including political insiders, former employees and family friends.
Columbus, OH – At a memorial service in the Ohio statehouse today (Tuesday), congressman Paul Gillmor was praised as a dedicated honest public official. Gillmor died last Wednesday in Washington after falling down the stairs in his apartment. Dozens of Gillmor's colleagues in Congress flew to Columbus for the memorial service, and some of Ohio's top government leaders recalled him as a politician and as a man. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen files this report.
EMA officials ask Franklin County commissioners for funding to repair tornado siren system - Legislation in Cleveland would ban people under the age of 21 from possessing guns - Advocates get involved in repealing the law that limits damage awards from companies that made lead-based paint - Ohioans claim powerball jackpot