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Toledo Rockets guard Mikaela Boyd pulled up at the top of key and hit a jumper to end the half. That shot ended a whopping 8:41 scoreless stretch that saw the Ohio Bobcats go on a 17-0 run. That shot then proceeded to a 13-0 run by the Rockets (11-5, 2-2 MAC) that saw them… Read More
Funding shortages and continuing conflicts are forcing the U.N.’s World Food Programme to make tough decisions about who gets rations — and how big they are.
The justices heard a challenge to an Ohio law, which allows the purging of voter registrations because of a failure to vote in two consecutive elections.
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – Health officials now say two boys from Ohio have died from the flu in what is shaping up to be one of the most severe flu seasons in recent years. Ohio’s Department of Health said Wednesday that a 1-year-old from Lucas County has died. Earlier Wednesday, state health officials said a… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s school board is recommending lawmakers give students beyond the class of 2018 the flexibility to earn high school diplomas through specified alternatives not based on passing tests. Ohio added flexibility for current high school seniors after educators warned too many students could be at risk of not meeting higher test… Read More
NPR member stations are uniquely tapped into local music scenes around the country. DJs share up-and-coming bands with listeners by playing their music on the radio, interviewing them on-air and writing articles and blog posts. But most of that content rarely travels outside of the station’s city, and a listener in Philadelphia might not know… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Jeff Hoover is not going quietly. The former GOP House speaker in Kentucky, who resigned Monday because he said he did not want to be a distraction in the aftermath of signing a secret sexual harassment settlement, tried to force a vote on a change to House rules on Tuesday that… Read More
A group of students from South Floyd Middle School had seen the nearby elementary school suffer damage from floods year after year. When they joined the school’s newly formed engineering team, they came up with a low-cost solution. “We’ve designed portable flood levees,” team member Preston Crase explained. The plastic bins are filled with a mixture… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Legislature returns for its 2018 session with now Republican Gov. Jim Justice laying down his priorities for the GOP-controlled House and Senate along with budget proposals. The State of the State Address from Justice, his second, is expected to be more upbeat with the state economy and tax… Read More
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – Health officials say a 4-year-old boy from southwest Ohio has died from the flu in what is shaping up to be one of the most severe flu seasons in recent years. The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office said Wednesday that Jonah Rieben, of Clayton, died Jan. 6 at a hospital. The office… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Updated records show Ohio’s adult prison population is continuing to fall in the new year. Data from the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows the state housed 49,420 inmates on Tuesday. That’s 1,217 fewer inmates than a year ago at this time. The agency reported last month that the number of… Read More
President Donald Trump is obsessed with and enraged by Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury” book that describes Trump and the West Wing in most unflattering terms, according to Philip Elliott, a Washington correspondent for TIME. The President can’t let it go. It has consumed more than a week of Trump’s time and the ire doesn’t… Read More