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Gov. Mike DeWine says he wants lawmakers to erase a change made to a small business tax deduction. It allows many sole proprietorships, partnerships and other small operations to take the first quarter million dollars of their income tax free. DeWine spoke about it before the National Federation of Independent Business Ohio. The budget approved… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio House has approved a bill prohibiting the executions of defendants if they’re found to have had a “serious mental illness” at the time of the offense. Offenders deemed by professionals to have had “serious mental illness” must have been diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, or delusional disorder…. Read More
The Gladden House Sessions will return to the Nelsonville Music Festival for a sixth season, featuring stripped down performances by the likes of Molly Burch, Darlingside, Skyway Man, The National Reserve, The Brother Brothers, and more! The Gladden House has served as the fifth stage at the multi-stage Nelsonville Music Festival for six years, featuring… Read More
“The fate of the world depended on their success,” Queen Elizabeth II said as she honored thousands of soldiers and sailors who took part in the invasion of Nazi-occupied France.
7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience will perform at Stuart’s Opera House on Thursday, June 13 at 8 p.m. WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke to Jason Manning, who portrays Glenn Frey in 7 Bridges, in the interview embedded above, about the band, the legacy of the Eagles, and how to landscape of the music industry has… Read More
ATHENS (WOUB) – Lindsay Boyle was an undergraduate student at Ohio University in 2011, with aspirations to become an international journalist. What she didn’t have was the financial support to live on an unpaid internship. It was for those reasons that a program in Zambia with a professor who had news experience and contacts abroad… Read More
A collection of case workers and mentors who work with kids experiencing trauma gathered in Columbus to discuss how their programs can better address growing needs. Gov. Mike DeWine says the Ohio START program can help end the cycle of substance use. More than 30 counties are part of the Ohio START (Sobriety, Treatment, and… Read More