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For the first time in two weeks, things for Ohio were going well to start. After finding themselves down by at least 10 points in the early going of their last two games, the Bobcats needed to get off to a good start to spur some confidence. They did just that, outscoring Eastern Michigan 12-0… Read More
Prosecutors accused Joaquín Guzmán of leading Mexico’s infamous Sinaloa cartel. The trial, which began in November, was replete with dramatic witness testimony from former cartel associates.
President Trump is starting to give signs of how he will run for re-election, attempting to invert the attack on him as an extremist by painting Democrats as “radical” and socialist.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A preliminary report says an Ohio medical helicopter that crashed killing three people last month made “a sharp left turn” before tracking software indicated a problem. A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board said the Survival Flight helicopter made a turn to the right about 15 minutes after takeoff… Read More
Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies hosted the 17th annual 48-Hour Shootout February 8-10, in which teams of students have 48 hours to write, shoot and edit a short film. This year, almost 30 teams competed, including two animation teams. Each is given a genre, a prop and a line of dialogue, and… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A bill to allow drug felons to receive food stamps has passed the West Virginia Senate. The Senate unanimously approved the bill Tuesday. The House of Delegates has already passed the bill but now must concur on a Senate amendment that would exclude felons whose crimes involved death or injury. The… Read More
“The crowd had been whipped up into a frenzy” against the media, a BBC producer says of President Trump’s rally in El Paso, Texas.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A hearing is planned for an Ohio inmate accused in a 2017 knife attack on four other prisoners and a guard’s stabbing in 2018. Inmate Greg Reinke was already serving a life sentence for aggravated murder in Cleveland when the knife attacks happened. He has pleaded not guilty to the attacks,… Read More
The new head of the Ohio Department of Agriculture is traveling around the state, talking to farmers about their needs. Former lawmaker Dorothy Pelanda says the goal of her listening tour is simple. “To let them know who I am, to let them know that we want farmers and agri business owners to be at the… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – The mayor of Huntington, West Virginia, has ordered an investigation into the equipment protocols of the city’s fire department after its ladder trucks and rescue boats broke down. The Herald-Dispatch reports Mayor Steve Williams announced the probe on Monday during a meeting in which residents complained about fire department equipment issues…. Read More
Infectious disease experts say poor practices in vaccine delivery are the likely cause of infections reported by some people who received vaccine shots at their places of employment in the Ohio Valley. Kentucky health officials are investigating a link between the infections and a private Kentucky company hired to deliver vaccinations in the workplace. Location… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio hospital’s chief pharmacy officer has left the job amid allegations that employees there ordered, approved and administered possibly fatal doses of pain medication for dozens of patients over several years. Mount Carmel Health System won’t say whether Janet Whittey’s Feb. 5 departure from Columbus’ Mount Carmel West was voluntary… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) — Secretary of State Frank LaRose says he is reaching out to Ohioans who were recently purged from Ohio’s voting rolls. A spokesperson for LaRose said Monday that he will reach out to an estimated 267,000 Ohioans who were removed in January after not responding to a “last chance” notice from predecessor Jon… Read More