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The world got to know the Belgian Malinois a little better on Monday when President Trump shared a declassified portrait of the dog, whose name and backstory have not been released by authorities.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., says the House will vote this week on a resolution outlining the process for the next steps in the inquiry into President Trump.
Decade of Fire Premieres on Independent Lens Monday, November 4, 2019 on PBS and PBS.org Discover Why the Bronx Burned in the 1970s and Meet Those who Chose to Resist, Remain and Rebuild In the 1970s, the Bronx was on fire. Left unprotected by the city government, nearly a quarter-million people were displaced as their… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia officials say 400 school buses will soon be recalled over concerns their seat backs may lack sufficient cushioning to prevent injuries. A nationwide recall is set to begin in December. Education Department spokeswoman Kristin Anderson said the state’s bus dealer is locating the affected vehicles. Most are being left… Read More
Republican House members are sponsoring a resolution that would prohibit foreign businesses and individuals from having a majority ownership in things like power plants, power lines, pipelines, and water. The Ohio Critical Infrastructure Protection Amendment would have to be approved by voters. The sponsors, Rep. Jamie Callender (R-Concord) and Rep. Don Manning (R-New Middletown), would like… Read More
Jessica Bouffioux and Kurt McGinnis make up Shadow in the Moon: a theatrically inclined, artfully spooky folk rock duo from Lancaster. The songs on Shadow in the Moon all feel as though they’d be most appropriately enjoyed under a full moon with the distant looping of a calliope echoing in the background — or perhaps under… Read More
The number of workers getting less than seven hours of sleep a night is rising. Stress and our culture of constant connection may be to blame.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio schools can now apply for their share of $10 million in school safety grants for the 2019-20 school year. Public schools, chartered nonpublic schools and schools operated by county boards of developmental disabilities are eligible to receive either $2,500 or $4.49 per student, whichever amount is greater. Funding for the… Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) – Police in Washington have arrested a West Virginia man accused of selling $2,000 in fake World Series tickets. Metropolitan D.C. police said Sunday they charged 54-year-old Ondre Nelson of Huntington, West Virginia, with first-degree fraud. The Washington Post reports Nelson sold five counterfeit tickets for $400 each to a man near the… Read More
For the first time in three years, there likely won’t be an execution in Ohio this year. That’s according to Gov. Mike DeWine, who says an execution planned for December probably won’t go forward. James Galen Hanna is set to die for a Toledo murder in 1978 on Dec. 11. But DeWine has doubts. “No, I… Read More
Riley Kinnard has always been interested in promoting a lifestyle that is based around natural and organic foods. When she was working for an organic food co-op in San Diego, California, she was amazed by the close-knit community that shared this same outlook on life and how closely the energy in the city mirrored… Read More
The X-37B, launched in September 2017, has returned to Earth. It was the fifth acknowledged mission for the vehicle since 2010, but details of its mission are being kept under wraps.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Only a small percentage of Ohio’s licensed drivers and identification card holders have opted to get a new federally compliant ID needed in the future for boarding planes and entering federal facilities. About 14% of the state’s licensed drivers and identification card holders so far have obtained the new compliant IDs… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Lawyers are resuming mediation toward a potential settlement in lawsuits against Ohio State by men who collectively allege two decades of sexual misconduct by a now-deceased team doctor. Nearly 250 men are plaintiffs in about a dozen lawsuits against the university over its mishandling of Richard Strauss. The plaintiffs’ lawyers say… Read More
This story is part of a series about the insufficient protections for vulnerable people as natural disasters worsen in a warming climate. The Center for Public Integrity and four partners – the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, High Country News, Ohio Valley ReSource and StateImpact Oklahoma – are contributing stories. REGINA, Ky. — Todd Bentley stepped onto his… Read More
Stuart’s Opera House and the Ohio University Performing Arts and Concert Series welcome Thompson Square to Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville, Ohio on Sunday, November 3 at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are on sale now! With their third studio album, Masterpiece, the husband-and-wife team of Keifer and Shawna Thompson is back and at the top… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Some Ohio lawmakers say they hope to prevent numerous vehicle crashes by gradually installing rumble strips down the center of some roads. Ohio Rep. Timothy E. Ginter, a Salem Republican, is chief sponsor of a bill to require the state Department of Transportation to add rumble strips on all undivided, two-way… Read More