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In a turnaround, congressional analysts are no longer recommending a phaseout of paper dollars in favor a dollar coin. Paper money is lasting longer because of cashless transactions.
State lawmakers have said they want an income tax cut in the upcoming budget, but Gov. Mike DeWine wants them to invest big money in children’s initiatives and the opioid crisis. So that has some looking in and out of state for money so they can do both. The so-called Wayfair ruling from the US Supreme… Read More
Standing Up is a documentary about three stand-up comedians struggling to pursue their passion in the intense world of stand-up comedy open mic in downtown New York City. The documentary will screen at 5:15 p.m. at the Athena Cinema on Tuesday, April 9 as a part of the 2019 Athens International Film and Video Festival…. Read More
WOUB’s Rachael Beardsley and Hannah Schroeder covered the 2019 International Street Fair in Athens, Ohio on Saturday, April 6. Check out her photos of the event below.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio House has passed legislation that could help cover the anticipated multimillion-dollar cost of prosecuting the potential death-penalty cases of four relatives charged in the slayings of eight members from another family. The bill is aimed at helping counties with smaller budgets deal with the costs of prosecuting capital cases… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio and Hungary have struck up a partnership aimed at strengthening economic, technological and commercial cooperation. Ohio Development Services Director Lydia Mihalik and Hungary’s minister of foreign affairs and trade, H.E. Péter Szijjártó, recently signed a memorandum of understanding. The document pledges broader economic cooperation between the parties. Mihalik said the… Read More
Every weekend volunteer DJs fill the airwaves with their favorite sounds. Check out this playlist curated based on what those volunteer music geeks were spinning this past weekend.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A new state marriage law prohibits children under the age of 17 from marrying in Ohio. The Dayton Daily News reports the new law took effect Monday. It raises the minimum marriage age to 18 for both parties, but allows 17-year-olds to marry if they meet certain requirements. They must have juvenile court… Read More