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Rural Risk: Fighting Disease Amid The Opioid Crisis

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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

Bill Aims to Protect Infrastructure Sites from Snooping in Kentucky

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – People flying drones over key infrastructure sites without permission could face jail time under a bill passed by the Kentucky House. The bill would expand trespassing laws to include flying drones over places such as petroleum refineries, hazardous chemical plants and water supply systems without the owner’s consent. The bill cleared… Read More

2 Democrats For Ohio Offices Want Open Redistricting Process

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Two Democrats seeking statewide office in Ohio are pitching a plan they say would guarantee Ohio’s redistricting process for congressional districts is more transparent to the public. Attorney General candidate Steve Dettelbach and Secretary of State candidate Kathleen Clyde planned to release their “Keep It Open, Keep It Honest” proposal Friday…. Read More

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2 Democrats For Ohio Offices Want Open Redistricting Process

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Two Democrats seeking statewide office in Ohio are pitching a plan they say would guarantee Ohio’s redistricting process for congressional districts is more transparent to the public. Attorney General candidate Steve Dettelbach and Secretary of State candidate Kathleen Clyde planned to release their “Keep It Open, Keep It Honest” proposal Friday…. Read More