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In a back and forth affair with runs and defensive stops, the Ohio Bobcats did not have quite enough in the tank to take down the Ball State Cardinals, falling 75-68. The Bobcats and Cardinals both started off slow from the field. But Ohio strung together a few defensive stops and with both good ball… Read More
He spoke about topics in the headlines but also voiced concerns about the risks of technology and the need to develop better drugs without worrying about profits.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor is tapping a veteran Procter & Gamble Co. executive as her running mate in her bid for the governorship. Taylor said in a tweet she will announce her choice Wednesday in Cincinnati. A Republican close to the campaign tells The Associated Press that it is Nathan Estruth…. Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Several higher education institutions in West Virginia have launched an alliance meant to kick-start economic development. The Herald-Dispatch reports the Alliance for the Economic Development for Southern West Virginia was launched Monday. It will focus on 21 counties and aims to revitalize the area’s small communities by using their resources more… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Former federal consumer watchdog Richard Cordray is joining forces with former congresswoman and Obama-era official Betty Sutton in the Ohio governor’s race as Democrats position to win back the key battleground state in November. A Democrat close to Cordray’s campaign for governor tells The Associated Press the decision on Sutton as his… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s agriculture commissioner is predicting record numbers of hemp growers and processors in 2018 as the experimental crop’s supporters look to strengthen its foothold. The state’s agriculture department said Tuesday it approved 225 applications from growers to produce up to 12,018 acres of hemp for research purposes this year. Last year,… Read More