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Many of those inspirational messages you see online may be an attempt by Russia to sow discord among Americans ahead of the 2020 election.
The Ohio Secretary of State says his office fought off an attempted hack this past election day. After further investigation, the attempt to get into the office’s system was traced back to a company in Russia. Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s office says there was what they call an “unsophisticated and unsuccessful” attempt to insert… Read More
SARAHSVILLE, Ohio- In the first game of the season, the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers looked to get the season off on the right foot. Their first challenge of the 2019-20 season would be against the Shenandoah Raiders, a solid, non-conference foe. The theme of the game was a tale between two halfves and an overtime,… Read More
ATHENS, OH — And now Ohio must play the waiting game to see if they will get a bid to a bowl game. We talked to the coaches and players after the game, and they certainly hope that they get one more chance to suit up in 2019. “I think in terms of bowls looking… Read More
Ohio has a new weapon to detect bogus claims by the few people who try to scam the state for unemployment checks each year. The state uses new hire reports from employers, cross matches with prison and jail records and other government documents to try to detect fraud. Bret Crowe with the Ohio Department of… Read More