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Health officials in the Ohio Valley are investigating outbreaks of disease associated with needle drug use in what is emerging as a new public health threat from the region’s profound opioid addiction crisis. In northern Kentucky the health department is tracking a cluster of 43 recent HIV cases, about half of which are related to needle… Read More
The Ohio Bobcats (14-16, 7-11) overcame 17 turnovers and took down the Miami Redhawks (15-16, 8-10) 75-66 to cap a season sweep in the Battle of the Bricks. The victory is Ohio’s seventh straight against Miami and their 14th win over the Redhawks in their past 15 matchups. The Bobcats shot 58 percent from the… Read More
Researchers at MIT said 30 percent of Uber and Lyft drivers are actually losing money after taking car expenses into account, while most drivers earn less than minimum wage.
See them, if you can — they’re a diverse and fascinating mix of films. But if you can’t, and you’re pressed to make small talk come Oscar night, we’ve got you covered.
The flu epidemic has peaked, the CDC said today. Activity declined last week, but the disease is still widespread and dangerous. And it’s still not too late to get a flu shot.
The university said the victims were not students, and campus police believe the incident “started from a domestic situation.” The gunman is still at large and considered armed and dangerous.
In a play on signature top-hatted man on Johnnie Walker scotch bottles, the company introduced the Jane Walker Edition. It’s the latest example of seemingly gender-neutral products marketed to women.
A big part of the problem when it comes to our relationship with our smartphones is we haven’t even thought about it, author Catherine Price says.
Right now if you need to renew your drivers license in Ohio all you have to do is walk into the Bureau of Motor Vehicles with your old ID and leave with a new one. However, the BMV just announced on Wednesday, February 28 that they will be joining 41 other states issuing ID’s by… Read More
The president has nominated a lawyer who’s adopted a tough approach to drug crimes and who has a history of making racially charged remarks about punishment to serve on the U.S. Sentencing Commission.