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As President Donald Trump addressed farmers at a national conference Monday Ohio Valley agriculture leaders said they are standing by his effort to renegotiate trade deals. But some leaders cautioned… Read More
Four more medical marijuana dispensaries have been awarded licenses from the state. And these businesses are now close to opening their doors. The Ohio Pharmacy Board has awarded certificates of operation to… Read More
The president says he’s never worked for Russia after The New York Times and The Washington Post raised new questions about his relationship with Moscow amid the unresolved special counsel probe.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A resolution introduced in the West Virginia Legislature seeks to require that Supreme Court justice appointments by the governor be confirmed by the Senate. The resolution… Read More
Update 1:40 p.m. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – New Republican Gov. Mike DeWine says he’s beginning his four-year term with great optimism about Ohio’s future and a commitment to hearing others’… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A health care company is donating thousands of disposal kits to help West Virginia residents dispose of unused opioids and other drugs. Gov. Jim Justice announced… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – A high school teacher in West Virginia is suing over her firing in 2017 for a series of social media posts that ridiculed blacks, Muslims and… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) – Ohio’s casinos and racinos recorded 1.86 billion in revenue last year, marking a record profit for the industry that launched in the state in 2012. Gambling revenue… Read More
Every weekend volunteer DJs fill the airwaves with their favorite sounds. Check out this playlist curated based on what those volunteer music geeks were spinning this past weekend. This week, enjoy “See the… Read More
ODD SQUAD: ODDS AND ENDS Premieres Monday, January 21 On Monday, January 21,2019 , PBS KIDS will premiere a brand new one-hour movie from the multiple Emmy Award-winning series, ODD… Read More
Americans now have a 1 in 96 chance of dying from an opioid overdose, according to new analysis from the National Safety Council.