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Nutrients in crops fall as carbon dioxide rises. People who don’t get enough of the right nutrients are more likely to get sick. Researcher have now estimated the effects.
The Ohio Attorney General has filed an argument in court claiming ECOT’s agreements with its management and software service companies constitute a pattern of corrupt activity. And the claim backs up complaints Democratic lawmakers have lodged for years. The lawsuit goes after Altair Learning Management and IQ Innovations, two companies contracted by the Electronic Classroom… Read More
There’s a new ice cream trail in Ohio featuring Whit’s Frozen Custard in Athens and creations up north like a ten-scoop “Terminal Tower” in Cleveland. In fact, State Tourism Director Matt MacLaren says the Ice Cream Trail is one of dozens of themed trails. “You’ll find over 40 adventure trails,” he says. “Doughnut trails, coffee trails, the… Read More
The International Commission on Missing Persons in The Hague has identified remains of 18,000 people in the Balkans. Its new challenge: to I.D. the remains of migrants who died trying to reach Europe.
Soak up some holiday vibes with this video of a bear having an afternoon in Altadena, Calif.
While many Ohioans are enjoying picnics, parades and fireworks, members of a group that wants to put a proposed ballot issue before voters this fall are working to meet the July 4thdeadline. A group that wants the state to spend more money on treatment for drug addiction instead of prison hopes to present more than 700,000 signatures from… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – 3:30 p.m. The U.S. House speaker’s office is calling “serious” statements by two former Ohio State wrestlers that Republican Rep. Jim Jordan hasn’t been truthful when asserting he was unaware of allegations that a now-dead team doctor was abusing athletes. Speaker Paul Ryan’s spokesman issued a statement Tuesday in response to… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Records show more than 200 courts across Ohio have failed to respond to a governor’s executive order seeking more information on their history with the national background check database used in stopping gun-related crimes. Republican Gov. John Kasich sought the information in an April order as part of his broader bipartisan… Read More
Nearly all the fireworks Americans will use to celebrate this Fourth of July are imported from China. But the domestic fireworks business is still booming.
The Lebanese government is encouraging departures, but the U.N. objects. “We are at the service of the refugees,” says a Lebanese security official, “but we have reached the limit of our capability.”