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Behind Bars, Mentally Ill Inmates Are Often Punished For Their Symptoms
While visiting jails and prisons across the country, author Alisa Roth witnessed mentally ill inmates in solitary confinement, wearing restrictive jumpsuits and receiving very limited therapy.
Judge Rejects Trump Administration’s Bid To Detain Migrant Children Indefinitely
The Justice Department had requested changes to a settlement that bars the detention of children for more than 20 days. But a judge dismissed the move as a “cynical attempt” to shift responsibility.
Buddy And Khalid Are ‘Trippin’ In The Heat Of The Summer
The Compton rapper enlists the R&B stalwart’s sultry vocals to give fans another candidate for song of the summer.
Ohio Senate OKs Payday Lending Bill After Changes
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s Republican-controlled Senate has toughened a proposed bill cracking down on the short-term lending industry and returned the measure to the House. During a rare July… Read More
Ohio BOE Delays Resolution To Alter State Report Cards
Ohio Board of Education members will wait until the fall to consider a resolution that proposes some drastic changes to the state report cards for schools and school districts, but… Read More
Q&A: Wider Knowledge About Cancer Prevention Would Reduce U.S. Deaths
Cancer death rates remain high for some groups of people, including African-Americans, despite general gains made in recent decades. The American Cancer Society has ideas about reducing the gaps.
Does Scott Pruitt’s Slow Ouster Mean Ethics Laws Are Getting Weaker?
“It’s going to take different leadership at the top,” said Don Fox, a former acting director of the Office of Government Ethics. “And that means a different occupant in the White House.”
WOUB News • WORLD: Death Toll In Japan Floods Reaches More Than 155
Amid a heat wave with temperatures nearing 90 degrees, officials were also struggling to restore electricity, especially in the hardest hit Hiroshima and Okayama prefectures.
Gladden House Sessions 2018: Tank and the Bangas
Tank and the Bangas brought their infectious energy to the Gladden House on third day of the 2018 Nelsonville Music Festival. Hailing from New Orleans, LA, the band combines a variety… Read More
GOP US Senate Nominee Backs Congressional Term Limits
CINCINNATI (AP) – The Republican nominee looking to unseat two-term U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown wants term limits – such as only two terms for senators. U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci announced… Read More
Justice DeWine Steps Away From ECOT Case
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine has stepped aside from a hot-button case over how Ohio calculated funding for a now-defunct online charter school. DeWine filed… Read More
CVS Pharmacy Company Catches Case
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – The Kentucky Department of Insurance has issued a $1.5 million civil penalty against pharmacy benefit manager CaremarkPCS for violations related to reimbursements to pharmacists. The state… Read More
Medical Bills Lawsuit In Kentucky
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – A lawsuit is seeking to stop the University of Kentucky and state Department of Revenue from garnishing people’s wages for unpaid medical bills. The Lexington Herald-Leader… Read More
Who Is Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Pick For The Supreme Court?
The federal judge is conservative and just 53. He is a former Bush White House staffer with deep political ties and the most experience as a judge on Trump’s shortlist. But he is also controversial.