Columbus, OH – Columbus city officials have no idea how many people will sign up for a proposed $99 per year voluntary subscription service to collect yard waste. Although the city ended free weekly pickups earlier this year, Columbus Public Service Director Mark Kelsey says the subscription plan would save the city $3 million a year. WCBE's Jim Letizia reports.
Columbus, OH – The State Treasurer's office has helped set up a program in which Ohioans who agree to read basic educational packets on personal finance will be offered a high interest rate on special savings accounts at some Ohio banks. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – The Ohio House is poised to approve a bill forcing health insurance companies to cover treatment for autism. And there's plenty of debate over the proposal. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – On April 1, WCBE aired some creative spots that poked a little fun at a few of our shows. Several listeners have told us they enjoyed them - and in fact, one encouraged us to post them online. So here's a humorous take on Fresh Air. By the way, we're working on more parodies. So, please pass along any ideas you have for next April Fool's Day.