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Advocacy Group Finds Traces Contamination In Many Regional Water Systems

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Tap water delivered by more than 2,000 water systems across the Ohio Valley contain pollutants, many harmful to human health, even though they mostly meet federal drinking water standards. That’s according to a newly-updated database released by the Environmental Working Group, an advocacy organization. Millions of residents in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia are being exposed to small amounts of… Read More

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Ohio Soccer: Olivia Sensky is a physical presence for the Ohio defense

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Despite just being a Sophomore, Olivia Sensky has established herself as a constant presence in the Ohio soccer defense. After starting in 16 games during her freshman season, Sensky has started in every game her Sophomore season. Despite being a younger member of the starting rotation, she is still viewed as a leader by her… Read More

Andy Beshear

Kentucky AG Announces 2 Drug-related Settlements

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s attorney general has announced two separate settlements totaling nearly $40 million that involve a drug company and a drug distributor. Attorney General Andy Beshear said Wednesday his office has secured a $17 million settlement with Bayer Corp. over claims it misled women about risks associated with its birth control drugs,… Read More

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Ohio High Court Hears Case on School ‘Takeovers’

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Supreme Court has heard arguments in a legal fight over how the state intervenes in repeatedly poor-performing school districts. At issue is a state law that shifted operational control of such districts from locally elected boards to unelected CEOs. The Youngstown school board and school employees’ unions argued Wednesday… Read More