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Several craft beer companies gathered at Land Grant Brewing in Columbus to urge government leaders for help in protecting the waterways. As Colin Vent with Seventh Son Brewing explains, most microbrews need about five to seven gallons of water in order to produce one gallon of beer. “We’re all really small,” Vent said. “We don’t… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – An appeals board says the home Gov. Matt Bevin purchased from a friend and campaign donor last year is worth $2 million. Bevin paid $1.6 million for the home in March 2017. But the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator says the property is worth $2.9 million. That discrepancy has prompted criticism… Read More
The activity on Facebook and Instagram included organizing counter-protests for a white nationalist rally in Washington. There’s evidence of links to previous Russian disinformation efforts.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Supreme Court has heard arguments on behalf of a death row inmate who wants his court-ordered payments adjusted, saying he’s so poor he can’t afford new shoes or boots. While condemned prisoner David Braden earns $16 a month in inmate pay, he’s only allowed a maximum of $25 in… Read More
“Before, in China, you married to survive,” says a Shanghai magazine editor. “Now I’m living well by myself, so I have higher expectations in marriage.”
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — LeBron James stood on a stage near one of the streets he walked as a troubled kid and looked out at thousands of faces. He felt connected to every one of them. While his 3-year-old daughter, Zhuri, played at his feet, James watched as his mother, Gloria, raised a flag in… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia city that opens its council meetings with The Lord’s Prayer is being sued by the Freedom from Religion Foundation. The Madison, Wisconsin-based group and two of its members filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court in Charleston against the city of Parkersburg. The lawsuit claims the City Council… Read More
The bank and tax fraud case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is the first prosecution by special counsel Robert Mueller’s office to go to trial.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A second West Virginia Supreme Court justice is facing federal felony charges related to the personal use of state-owned vehicles and fuel cards. U.S Attorney Mike Stuart said Tuesday that Menis Ketchum has agreed to plead guilty to one count of wire fraud. Ketchum now faces a plea hearing and up… Read More
Medicare pays more than $16 billion a year for hospice services. But a new report from the Department of Health and Human Services says hospice patients don’t always get the care they’re promised.
The sun is responsible for all life on Earth, but we still have a lot to learn about it. So this summer, NASA is sending the Parker Solar Probe closer to the sun than we have ever been before.
CLEVELAND (AP) – Cleveland is ready to cite residents for improper recycling to address the growing problem of contaminated recyclables. The city’s citation program begins Wednesday after several weeks of courtesy warnings. Residents could face small fines for mixing trash with recycling, excess waste outside of recycling bins, and setting bins out too early and… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State regulators have given the green light to a northeast Ohio medical marijuana cultivator so that it can start planting its crop. Ohio’s Department of Commerce says Buckeye Relief is the first large-scale grower to pass inspection and receive its operation certificate. The company will begin planting immediately at its cultivation… Read More
PBS programs received 44 nominations for the 39th Annual News & Documentary Emmy® Awards, the most earned by any organization. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the nominees on Thursday, July 26, 2018. The awards honor programming distributed during the 2017 calendar year. PBS programs receiving multiple nominations include FRONTLINE (14),… Read More