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WATCH: School Closures Leave Homeless Students Even More Vulnerable

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There are more than 1.5 million homeless public school students in the United States. But with many of those young people relying on school for safety, stability and food, the mass closures of school buildings all over the country due to the coronavirus have left them even more vulnerable than before. NewsHour Weekend’s Zachary Green… Read More

Louisiana State University quarterback lifts very heavy Heisman Trophy

Southeast Ohio native Joe Burrow set for next challenge

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ATHENS, OH — “The Heisman. The National Championship. The No.1  draft pick — it almost seems even crazier to me,” Athens head coach Nathan White said, who was Joe Burrow’s offensive coordinator from 2012-2014. “What he means to Athens is almost hard to describe. And the coolest part for me is that Joe started as… Read More

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Nursing Homes Group Wants Mass Testing in Long-Term Care Facilities

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Mass testing in three Ohio prisons has turned up 3,853 coronavirus cases among inmates and 379 prison workers, showing how fast the virus can spread in congregate settings. Now the state’s long term care providers are hoping for the same thing in more than a thousand nursing homes, assisted living… Read More