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What Is Next For Ohio Democrats?

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This week’s election underscored some weaknesses for Ohio Democrats. The party’s candidates lost all of the statewide executive offices and gained seats but also lost some in the state House and Senate. This has left many wondering where Democrats in Ohio go from here. When you look at the vote totals in northeast Ohio in 2010, you’ll see the Mahoning Valley area… Read More

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Disability Hearings For Kentuckians Postponed Until Jan. 7

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SOMERSET, Ky. (AP) – The Social Security Administration says it will temporarily suspend hearings for hundreds of eastern Kentucky residents trying to keep disability benefits. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the reprieve gives residents more time to receive files which could contain medical evidence establishing their eligibility for benefits. The federal agency notified about 3,700 clients… Read More

Police: Seventh-Grader Acted Alone In School Shooting Plans

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MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) – Authorities have determined a seventh-grader who they say planned to shoot others at his Ohio school before changing his plans and fatally shooting himself acted alone. Jackson Township police said Tuesday they’ve closed their investigation into 13-year-old Keith Simons’ death in February at Jackson Memorial Middle School near Massillon. The Repository… Read More