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Trump Immigration Policies Cloud “Immigrant-Friendly” City

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DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — There are concerns over President Donald Trump’s tough talk and policies on immigration in an Ohio city that’s linked its future to attracting and keeping foreign-born residents. The “Welcome Dayton” initiative has helped halt population decline, add skilled workers, and revitalize rundown neighborhoods in a Rust Belt city that was reeling… Read More

Earthquake Detected in Southeast Ohio

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WOODSFIELD, Ohio (AP) — A federal agency says a small earthquake has been detected in southeast Ohio near the state’s border with West Virginia. The United States Geological Survey says a Magnitude 3.0 temblor was recorded Sunday morning near Woodsfield in Monroe County. The federal agency says no damage from the earthquake has been reported…. Read More

Authorities Searching for Two SEPTA Inmates


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Authorities are still searching for two of three inmates that escaped from the SEPTA Correctional Facility in Nelsonville. According to a news release, David G. Skeens, 30, and Justin Delano Stanely, 25, escaped the facility around 9:40 p.m. on March 31st, Troy Brandon Tyler Byrd, 29, escaped around 7:30 p.m. on April 1st. Authorities are… Read More

Bobcats Bloom at Cherry Blossom Invitational

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Ohio celebrated its bitter sweet Senior Day by dominating the Cherry Blossom Invitational. The Bobcats were hot all day on the Goldsberry Track despite the cool 40 degree weather. Ohio cleaned house in what was perhaps its most dominating showing this season on the track and field, beating rivals Rio Grande, Marshall and Charleston (West Virginia) 103-25-21-21…. Read More

Ohio Splits Doubleheader at Western Michigan Ending Its Winning Streak

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Ohio came into Saturday’s doubleheader at Western Michigan with a 10-game winning streak, but lost it after splitting decisions on the day. Game One The Bobcats took game one 6-4, thanks to big bats and Savannah Jo Dorsey’s strong performance. The Broncos scored two runs in the bottom of the first frame to gain an early 2-0 lead. … Read More