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Ohio Court: Initial Reports of Threats Are Public Record

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled initial reports containing information about threats against a former county leader in Cleveland who ran for governor are public records. The court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the records involving former Cuyahoga County executive Edward FitzGerald fall into the category of “initial incident reports” that are… Read More

Being Here Now: Speaking With The Jayhawk’s Marc Perlman

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Marc Perlman is a founding member of midwestern America’s beloved Jayhawks. The group has been kicking for decades, birthed from the vivacious Twin Cities music scene of the ’80s and ’90s. Strongly associated with roots pop supergroup Golden Smog and R.E.M.’s Peter Buck (who produced the band’s last full-length, 2016’s literary acoustic-pop gem ‘Paging Mr…. Read More

A gavel on a set of scales

Manufacturer Sues County Over ‘Illegal’ Ordinance Targeting Chemical Spill

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A chemical manufacturer is suing a county commission over an ordinance that it says is an illegal attempt to recover money more than three years after a spill that contaminated the drinking water supply in nine West Virginia counties. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports Eastman Chemical Company filed a lawsuit last Friday… Read More