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Ohio Women’s Basketball: Bobcats’ Offense Falls Flat Against Buffalo

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ATHENS — When the Bobcats’ offense went cold in Toledo two weeks ago, shooting just 24 percent in a 26-point loss to the Rockets, it could be written off as a fluke. However, after Wednesday night’s performance in the Convo, what was a fluke could prove to be something much worse as the ‘Cats season… Read More

Michael Cohen Calls Trump A ‘Racist’ And A ‘Con Man’ In Scathing Testimony

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Updated at 5:16 p.m. ET Donald Trump apparently blessed the meeting his son held with a Russian delegation to get dirt on opponents in 2016 and welcomed advance word of efforts by WikiLeaks to disrupt the election, his former lawyer told Congress on Wednesday. Those were only a few of the politically incendiary allegations Michael… Read More

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Bill Would Revive West Virginia Film Tax Credits

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A bill that would revive film production tax credits in West Virginia has passed the House of Delegates. Last year Gov. Jim Justice signed legislation ending the state’s program after an audit showed the $5 million in annual credits produced little economic benefit. Delegate Dianna Graves is the bill’s sponsor. The… Read More

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Task Force Looking Into Using Risk Assessments In Bail Process

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The Ohio Supreme Court chief justice is gathering a team of experts to examine the state’s bail system, determining whether or not the system is unfair for people who are arrested but held on expensive bail before they can argue their case. Daniel Dew, with the conservative leaning Buckeye Institute says a high bail can… Read More