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Ohio knew that they weren’t exactly taking on the stiffest of competition tonight at the Convo to open up play in the regular season, but that didn’t change the fact… Read More
A record-breaking year of female candidates and nominees will culminate in a record-breaking number of female legislators on Capitol Hill next year.
Here’s a look the watch parties of both major parties in Columbus as supporters gathered to watch results come in on Election Night.
The Tri-Valley Scotties became a mainstay of the second round of the OHSAA Division 3 playoffs over the past decade. 10 playoff berths, 12 victories and a trip to the… Read More
The legendary singer-songwriter turns 75 today. To celebrate, we offer 75 probing questions about Mitchell’s life and music. Perfect for any Joni Jedi or curious newcomer.
The only issue on the statewide ballot in Ohio was trounced by a two-to-one margin. Voters rejected the constitutional amendment that would have lowered drug possession from a felony to… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Dr. Catherine Slemp has been appointed as West Virginia’s interim state health officer. Department of Health and Human Resources Secretary Bill Crouch announced Slemp’s appointment Wednesday… Read More
The “Blue Wave” that broke in some midterm races around the country hit a “Red Wall” in the Ohio Valley, and while the Democrats will take control of the House… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia voters have approved a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow lawmakers to restrict or outlaw state funding for Medicaid abortions. The amendment approved Tuesday… Read More
November marks National Native American Heritage Month in the United States, a land that was home to diverse and scientifically, morally, and linguistically advanced peoples far before Europeans stepped foot… Read More
StoryCorps Podcast Returns With Stories Of Reunions The revamped podcast will now publish Tuesdays with a new host and format After a brief hiatus, you can once again hear intimate,… Read More
In addition to President Donald Trump’s scorched-earth campaigning, overall political races in 2018 have been meaner and more costly than ever, according to TIME, Inc. Washington Correspondent Philip Elliott. Most… Read More