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The company says such content is linked to white supremacy and organized hate groups. Users who search for terms related to white supremacy will be directed to an anti-hate site.
The man who filed the 1991 lawsuit that led to Ohio’s school funding system being ruled unconstitutional four times says a new funding formula from two state lawmakers is on the right track. But his optimism comes with a caveat. Bill Phillis said he thinks the formula from Reps. Bob Cupp (R-Lima) and John Patterson… Read More
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – Ohio officials will spend two days leading civil rights training at a General Motors plant where there have been repeated incidents of racial harassment. All 1,700 workers at GM’s transmission plant in Toledo will be required to attend one of the sessions on Thursday or Friday. A group of GM workers… Read More
Stuart’s Opera House will host an opening for our new art exhibition “Woodshedding: Assemblages by Robert Peppers” on Friday, March 29 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. This opening is part of Nelsonville’s Final Fridays on the Square. Robert E. Peppers is a Professor Emeritus of Painting + Drawing at Ohio University, born in 1949… Read More
After several weeks of protests and heated community meetings, the Athens County Board of Elections passed a motion today during a special board meeting to move six polling locations in the county to their original spots. The voting location changes reversed at the meeting were: The Lodi voting location will be moved back to the… Read More
Election officials have been planning and preparing for 2020 based on what they know happened leading up to 2016. The question now is what more they may learn from the special counsel.
Ohio’s medical marijuana program is still in its infancy as dispensaries continue to open their doors. Some around the region are working to make sure the #457SEO gets in on the money that can be made at grow operations, testing facilities, processing facilities and dispensaries. In this episode: Hemp Industry Daily’s Kristen Nichols discusses the… Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – It’s pronounced “app-uh-latch-uh,” not “app-uh-lay-sha.” Tennessee lawmakers give the pronunciation lesson in a resolution calling for the state’s Tennessee Blue Book to discuss how people in Appalachia talk. A Senate panel advanced the proposal Tuesday. The push by Republican Sen. Steve Southerland says Appalachian people are often misrepresented and misunderstood by… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) – The Cleveland Clinic says its internal review found no concerns with the prescribing practices of a former doctor there who is now accused of ordering potentially fatal doses of painkillers for dozens of patients at a different Ohio hospital. William Husel was a supervised resident at the Cleveland Clinic from 2008 to… Read More
President Trump’s administration wants the federal courts to do what Congress didn’t – overturn all parts of the Affordable Care Act. But Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohioans with pre-existing conditions don’t need to worry. A federal court decision in December ruled Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act invalid, a move Trump supports. If that sticks,… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Jimmy Wriston has been appointed acting West Virginia highways commissioner. Gov. Jim Justice announced Wriston’s appointment Tuesday. Wriston also will serve as deputy transportation secretary. Wriston has spent the past 12 years as the department’s chief transportation engineer and special program manager. Earlier this month Justice fired state transportation secretary and… Read More
As baseball tries to appeal to a younger audience, there’s concern the long game times may drive away that demographic. So MLB is experimenting with speeding games up and eliminating downtime.
A group of reporters at The Cincinnati Enquirer worked together to create a multimedia series that would tell the real story of one week of the heroin epidemic in the Cincinnati metropolitan area from many different aspects. To tackle this voluminous task, it would take the commitment of the whole newsroom, says Dan Horn the… Read More