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Dr. Frank Papay is the chair of the Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Institute at the Cleveland Clinic Health System. He also is a physician who combines innovation with the healing arts of medicine. Dr. Papay has spearheaded the Cleveland Clinic’s work in the emerging field of face transplants among other notable surgical breakthroughs…. Read More
Signed by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987, the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty eliminated an entire class of nuclear weapons. President Trump says he intends to withdraw.
Eight of the top ten states with the highest suicide rates are in the Mountain West. Grand Junction, Colo. has launched an ambitious effort starting in the schools to try and address the problem.
A very small study shows that microplastics are in human waste in many parts of the world. While it’s not entirely clear what that means for our health, it might be a sign that we need to pull back.
Whenever you watch an Ohio volleyball practice or game, it is impossible to ignore the amount of preparation the Bobcats have for each match. Head Coach Deane Webb and his assistants use scouting to the maximum capacity to help gain an advantage on their opponents. “For our entire coaching staff we spend around 60 to… Read More
Gov. John Kasich says it’s not right for immigrants to be blamed for taking jobs away from Ohioans. Kasich rejects the notion that immigrants – legal or illegal – are stealing jobs from Ohioans. “They didn’t take your job. What’s happened is you haven’t been given the skills and ability to adapt,” Kasich says. Kasich has been a vocal critic… Read More
Gov. John Kasich is speaking out about why he fired the former director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture last week. David Daniels says he was surprised when he was called into Kasich’s office last week and fired. But Kasich says it came down to protecting Lake Erie. “I feel very strongly about the lake and as… Read More
GUYAN TOWNSHIP, OH — Four people have been charged after an investigation into an overdose death this summer in Gallia County. Crown City residents Dale Finely, 45, Fred Wray, 62, and John Addis, 47, face charges abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence. Rickey Whitt, 33, also of Crown City, has been charged with trafficking in… Read More
The head of the federal agency that put the Affordable Care Act into effect in 2010 spent the day in her home state of Ohio. It’s part of an effort by Democrats to target Republicans such as gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine, who filed suit against the law which requires health insurance coverage for people with… Read More
EUCLID, Ohio (AP) – An arbitrator has ruled that a police officer fired after he was seen on video hitting a man during a traffic stop be reinstated to an Ohio police force. The ruling issued Monday says Euclid’s mayor didn’t have cause to fire Patrolman Michael Amiott. Video showed Amiott punching Richard Hubbard III… Read More
The U.S., China and Russia have stepped up efforts to develop hypersonic weapons, which are capable of speeds five times the speed of sound and could change the face of warfare.
Teaching Matters is not just a great name for a podcast, its also a great name for an organization devoted to teacher development. Today’s guest is Lynette Guastaferro, the CEO of the non-profit organization, Teaching Matters, based in New York City. We will learn from Guastaferro how the organization uses micro-credentialing to empower teachers with… Read More
SOMERSET, Ky. (AP) – An organization that has helped create or maintain more than 25,000 jobs in Kentucky since being created during the War on Poverty has celebrated its 50th anniversary. Kentucky Highlands Investment Corp. said in a news release it is now one of the largest small business development investors in rural America. The… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio would have to study which of its schools have air conditioning, safety measures and certain other building features under a state lawmaker’s proposal to direct some school construction money specifically for those purposes. Republican Rep. Niraj Antani, of Miamisburg, says he hopes his proposal starts a conversation about changing how… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Blasting West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey for a “blatant disregard” of state public records laws, a judge has ordered the U.S. Senate candidate to release correspondence with opioid manufacturers. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports Judge Carrie Webster ruled Monday in favor of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. The group had requested… Read More