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William Suan is no stranger to the problems abandoned oil and gas wells can cause. “It’s just an eyesore,” he said, standing inside a barn on his cattle ranch near… Read More
Proposals in several cities to offer drug users access to a safe space to consume drugs have caused a political stir, but what do we really know about the effectiveness of safe injection sites?
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio State University is asking a judge to dismiss three federal lawsuits filed by former students alleging sexual misconduct by a team doctor. The lawsuits say… Read More
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – The Republican Party of Kentucky is disavowing a GOP candidate for the state legislature who is being criticized for racially charged comments he’s made in the… Read More
Wage growth — and more specifically, the lack of vigorous pay raises — continued to be an issue, with average hourly earnings nudging slightly upward to 2.9 percent.
CLEVELAND (AP) – The developer of a wind farm on Lake Erie says an Ohio state board’s proposed restrictions on its operation are jeopardizing the project. The Ohio Power Siting… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – People affected by a 2014 chemical spill into a West Virginia river will soon receive their first batch of settlement checks from a class-action lawsuit. News… Read More