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Mackenzie Brunswick hasn’t stepped in the batter’s box since February 10th, that was until today when on her first plate appearance since then, the senior blasted a grand slam. “You obviously can’t expect a grand slam the first time back up,” Ohio coach Kenzie Roark said. Her success didn’t end there, Brunswick had 9 RBI’s… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio – It was a 2-1 game in the fifth inning Friday night. Ohio starting pitcher Kenny Ogg allowed two-straight singles to Bowling Green’s Adam Funas and Brad Croy. Following a sacrifice bunt, Ogg hit Joe McGuinness with a pitch to load the bases and then hit the following batter, Ryan Johnston, to score… Read More
Democrats had asked for a copy of the full 400 page report by next week, but William Barr says it will take a bit longer.
There are sticking points in the debate over the transportation budget beyond how much to raise the gas tax. One of them is whether the state should impose new rules on communities using traffic cameras. Rules on speed and red light cameras are in the House transportation budget, but not the Senate’s. Nan Whaley is… Read More
One of Ohio’s key supporters of the controversial anti-union measure “right to work” says he’s not going to push for it anymore. Republican Rep. John Becker says he still supports the idea of not requiring workers to join a union in order to get a job and has proposed so-called “right to work” measures in the past. But he won’t push for it… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Estimates show Ohio would spend $400 million more on school funding next fiscal year under a proposed overhaul of its formula. Its creators say no school districts would lose money next year, and over 500 of the 610 districts would get additional funding during the upcoming two-year budget. Democratic Rep. John… Read More
Deep brain stimulation offers relief from some neurological problems and is being tested for mood disorders. But the treatment — an implant in the brain — raises ethical questions.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Law-abiding Ohioans age 21 and older could legally carry hidden firearms without getting a permit under a proposal introduced by House Republicans and supported by GOP Gov. Mike DeWine. Sixteen states allow that. But Ohioans who want to legally carry concealed firearms currently have to pass a background check, receive eight… Read More
Some panel members said they don’t agree that breathing sooty air can cause premature death. The panel’s draft recommendations to the EPA would change how it assesses the dangers of air pollution.
WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) – A private West Virginia college in financial crisis says it is cutting more than half its programs next year. The Intelligencer reports Wheeling Jesuit University offered about 30 academic programs this year; next fall, it will offer only 11. Officials said sports programs will remain. The university said in a statement… Read More
Great Performances at the Met: La Traviata Premieres nationwide Friday, April 5 at 9 p.m. on PBS Season 13 of Great Performances at the Met comes to primetime with Verdi’s masterpiece La Traviata, premiering nationwide Friday, April 5 at 9 p.m. Conducted by new Metropolitan Opera music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the opera stars Diana Damrau… Read More