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The company is slimming down to focus on rides and food delivery while cutting $1 billion in costs this year.
A federal court on Friday approved a deal that requires two federal agencies to review the environmental impacts of coal mining on endangered species. Under the agreement, the Office of Surface Mining, the agency that regulates mountaintop coal mining, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — the agency that protects endangered species, will review… Read More
Coal company American Resources Corporation, which owns mines in Kentucky and West Virginia, is facing sanctions after failing to comply with a bankruptcy court’s orders, even after the company received $2.7 million in government aid meant for companies harmed by the coronavirus pandemic. Indiana-based ARC purchased coal mines and equipment from bankrupt coal company Cambrian… Read More
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WCPN) — Cleveland Clinic dermatologists recently published a study detailing several different skin symptoms possibly associated with the coronavirus. Doctors Sarah Young and Anthony Fernandez looked at emerging data from Europe of common skin manifestations of the virus, such as hives and rashes. Fernandez says more research is needed to make a link… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — It was Tuesday, March 10, the day before Ohio had its first 3 COVID-19 cases reported and the state of emergency declared. Students were supposed to return to school from spring break the following Monday, March 16. But Tom Gibbs, superintendent for the Athens City Schools District (ACSD), knew that schools… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — The day before Ohio bars and restaurants were allowed to reopen outdoor seating, the owners of the Smiling Skull Saloon were busy. Of course, it stands to reason that the owners of any bar would have a busy day. But, as they prepared to welcome customers back after two months, there… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says law enforcement officers and health officials will begin conducting safety checks at bars around the state. Monday’s announcement came after photos on social media showed people drinking on crowded patios during the first weekend bars and restaurants were allowed to reopen. DeWine also is warning that… Read More