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The Democrat announced his decision on ABC’s The View, saying he’s running to be a champion for manufacturing in a country that’s been fractured by trade and outsourcing.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – An abortion-rights group is disagreeing with Kentucky’s Democratic attorney general over the validity of a state law that could determine if the state’s only abortion clinic… Read More
The 46th annual Athens International Film and Video Festival will take place Monday, April 8 through Sunday, April 14 and feature a wide array of works from artists close to… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – A prosecutor in West Virginia is dismissing a charge against a man who was arrested after a woman told police he tried to abduct her young… Read More
A number of government agencies work closely with the industries they are charged with regulating. The issue surfaced after Boeing’s 737 Max planes had to be grounded by the FAA.
Ohio University Theater Division’s final play of the year takes the audience to Berlin rather than Verona with a new take on the classic tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Director and… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio – The Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities observed March as Developmental Disability Awareness Month to celebrate and empower those with developmental disabilities. Board Superintendent Kevin Davis said… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A state lawmaker from Cincinnati who was accused of impaired driving and acknowledged driving after drinking has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge. Democratic Rep. Sedrick… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio prison officials say a death row inmate has died, apparently from natural causes. The Springfield News-Sun reports authorities say 44-year-old Jason Dean died March 23… Read More
The Lyceum, a Catholic college preparatory school, is suing the city of South Euclid for its anti-discrimination laws protecting LGBTQ people. The school’s attorney says, making sexual orientation and gender identity protected… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – A new study says colon cancer screenings for Medicaid patients in Kentucky have increased 230% since the state expanded its Medicaid program under former President Barack… Read More
NPR’s Bob Boilen will visit Ohio University on Friday, April 12 for the Scripps Visiting Artist series as a product of a partnership between the Ohio University Scripps College of… Read More
Drew Formsma has learned a lot about generosity his dad, Brad Formsma, author of the award-winning book I Like Giving. At the age of fourteen, Drew started speaking to huge… Read More