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Meanwhile, President Trump and his allies say he has committed no wrongdoing in his communications with the leader of Ukraine.
ATHENS, OH — The Bobcats knew they were walking into a very tough non-conference schedule when the season started, but a 1-3 record after four games was something no one expected. After a 45-25 loss to Louisiana at home on Saturday, Ohio heads into a bye week with more questions than answers. Here are a… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s insurance fund for injured workers tells employers to watch their mailboxes as it prepares to send out dividend checks totaling around $1.5 billion. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation says strong investment returns, fewer injury claims and agency cost savings are behind the payouts. Republican Gov. Mike DeWine and BWC… Read More
BELLE, W.Va. (AP) — A chemical company is planning to lay off 57 workers at a plant in West Virginia. A news release Friday from the Kanawha County Commission says the layoffs are planned at the Chemours plant in Belle. The company formed as a spinoff from DuPont in 2015 and currently employs 207 people… Read More
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Police say they have caught a West Virginia inmate who escaped a prisoner transport van and tried to flee in a stolen ambulance. According to Morgantown Police, 45-year-old Craig Allen Martisko of Granville faces numerous charges in the incident Friday. Police say he is a North Central Regional Jail inmate who… Read More