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Ohio Softball: Ohio Softball gets Sunday sweep to finish South Carolina trip at .500

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The Ohio Bobcats softball team once again was on the road for a weekend invitational tournament. This time, the Bobcats traveled to Columbia, South Carolina to play four games in the Gamecock Invitational. In the opening game the Bobcats took on the host South Carolina Gamecocks who entered the invitational ranked 14th in the country… Read More

Officials: Ohio Has a Hepatitis A Outbreak, But It’s Not New

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Department of Health says reports that wrongly imply a newly declared outbreak of hepatitis A are circulating around the state, apparently prompted by a recent case involving a restaurant worker. A statewide outbreak of hepatitis A was declared last summer. Department spokesman J.C. Benton said Monday that outbreak remains… Read More

Conservative Group Wants Offset To Possible Gas Tax Hike

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A conservative think tank is calling on lawmakers to make changes to counter an increase to the gas tax by making cuts elsewhere in Ohio’s tax structure. Greg Lawson with the Buckeye Institute says there is merit to the gas tax since revenue is strictly tied to infrastructure projects. Lawson says maintaining the state’s roads… Read More

Proposed Bill Would Do Away With Prevailing Wage Requirement

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Two Republican state representatives will unveil legislation tomorrow to change the state’s prevailing wage law. Actually, Ohio’s lawmakers have been trying to alter those laws for a while now. Since 1931, Ohio has had a law mandating trade workers on certain state and local projects be paid specific hourly wages and benefits. Two Republican lawmakers want to ban the mandate that local governments, universities and others pay the… Read More

MELTED 2019: Speaking With Clementine Creevy of Cherry Glazerr

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Clementine Creevy is the eclectic, ecstatic, effervescent front person for L.A.-based rock band Cherry Glazerr. On Sunday, February 24, Cherry Glazerr will perform at Melted, a psychedelic music festival organized by the Nelsonville Music Festival and Archie Fox Live at The Bluestone (583 East Broad Street) in Columbus. WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke to Creevy about the band’s new… Read More