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When people are feeling glum, it often means that brain areas involved in emotion and memory are communicating. Researchers have now observed the circuit in action in humans.
Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyers say she isn’t interested in publicity or a book deal. She is struggling to get her life back on track following her testimony in the Senate.
The Republican leader of the Ohio Senate says while he and many others didn’t support Issue 1, the criminal sentencing and drug treatment reform plan that failed Tuesday. But he suggests there is a will to make the issue a top priority in the newly elected Senate next year. Senate President Larry Obhof says some of the… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio man accused of trying to fly overseas to train with an Islamic State affiliated group has been indicted on a charge of attempting to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization. Court records show Naser Almadaoji was indicted this week in U.S. District Court in Dayton…. Read More
CROSS LANES, W.Va. (AP) – Officials have identified the remains of a West Virginia man found last month by a property owner doing yard work behind a home. The Kanawha County sheriff’s department identified the man as 22-year-old Bodie Walter Beier, who was from Huntington. WCHS-TV reports the remains found on Oct. 26 in Cross… Read More
In mice genetically programmed to develop Alzheimer’s symptoms, those given a synthetic version of a chemical in marijuana retained normal memory function.
Too little. Too late for Ohio. The Miami Redhawks (4-6, 4-2) rode a red-hot opening half to a 30-28 victory over the Ohio Bobcats (6-4, 4-2) at Yager Stadium. The win snapped Miami’s five-game losing streak against Ohio dating back to 2013. The Bobcats season hung in the balance late in the fourth quarter with… Read More
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
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
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Authorities in Ohio say an ex-doctor awaiting sentencing for running a pill mill was fatally shot by his then-19-year-old son, who initially reported it as a home invasion and is now charged in the slaying. Jonah Lake, of Westerville, was indicted Wednesday on charges including aggravated murder and evidence-tampering in the… Read More
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Prosecutors say a former Kentucky police officer at the center of a sex abuse scandal has been indicted. News outlets report former Louisville Metro Police Officer Kenneth Betts was indicted Tuesday. Betts is charged with offenses, including possession and distribution of child pornography. Between 2006 and 2014, he’s accused of enticing… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection has awarded prizes for clean counties and communities as well as environmental teachers of the year. The teachers of the year are Amanda Morris of Pleasant Valley Elementary in Calhoun County, Penni Harris of Elkins Middle School in Randolph County and Richard Parsons of… Read More
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
WE’LL MEET AGAIN With Ann Curry Returns With a Second Season of Unforgettable Stories on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 – Season 1 Broadcasts Reached 15.5 Million Unique Viewers and Generated More Than 11.5 Million Streams Across PBS Platforms and Facebook Watch – WE’LL MEET AGAIN returns for a second season of compelling human stories of… Read More
Bob Goff is a New York Times best selling author and was a recognized lawyer for over 25 years. In 2001, he saw a need in India and founded what is now known as Love Does. You can learn more about Bob at BobGoff.com and at LoveDoes.org.
Tali Wenger is passionate about her job as a director of field operations for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. She’s proud of their work responding to disasters like hurricanes, floods and fires. And Tali also loves her side gig, as co-owner of Off Road DC, which operates two independent, community-focused cycling and fitness centers in… Read More