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Perry Nuclear Power Plant

With No Repeal Of HB6 In Place, Ohio AG Sues To Stop Monthly Nuclear Bailout Charges

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — There are only a few weeks until new charges are set to hit all Ohio electric bills, and there’s still no repeal of House Bill 6, the disputed law that created those charges. Now the attorney general has filed a second lawsuit involving collection of that money. The suit from… Read More

A Kentucky home displays green lights in memory of those lost to COVID-19.

Older Veterans Face New Fight As Coronavirus Surges In Region

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (OVR) — On Monday, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear delivered his daily briefing on coronavirus, which is surging across the Ohio Valley. Eleven more Kentuckians had died that day. Then the governor provided an update on an especially worrisome outbreak at the Thomson-Hood Veterans Center near Lexington, one of four long-term care facilities dedicated… Read More

A restaurant in downtown Cleveland with plexiglass dividers and heat lamps set up for outdoor dining.

Ohio Restaurant/Bar Group Pushes Back On Possibility DeWine Will Order Shutdown

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — More than a half a million people work in Ohio’s bar and restaurant industry, which is pushing back on an announcement from Gov. Mike DeWine in his statewide address Wednesday that he would consider shutting down those establishments next week if the state’s COVID-19 numbers don’t improve. Ohio Restaurant Association President and… Read More

Gov. Mike DeWine gives a coronavirus update from his home on August 20, 2020.

Ohio Sets Record With More Than 7,000 New Coronavirus Cases

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — A day after Gov. Mike DeWine strengthened face mask orders, the state reported 7,101 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases in Ohio to 274,457. ICU admissions remain about the same, DeWine said, with 35 new deaths. “Every single county in Ohio is a high-incidence county,” DeWine… Read More

Patty Mitchell

Inspiring and Liberating the Human Spirit Through the Arts: 2020 Athena Award Recipient Patty Mitchell

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WOUB Digital · 2020 Athena Award Recipient Patty Mitchell Patty Mitchell, the founder and executive director of Passion Works, was named the 2020 recipient of the Athena Award. The award is presented by the City of Athens and the Athens City Commission on Disabilities every year to someone who demonstrates outstanding service to improving the… Read More

Roger Rees as William Bradford at Plimoth Plantation.

Recreations Bring to Life the True Story of Early Radical Settlers; “The Pilgrims” on AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, Thursday, Nov. 19 at 9 pm


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RIC BURNS’ “THE PILGRIMS” TO AIR ON AMERICAN EXPERIENCE ON WOUB IN NOVEMBER 19 Stunning Recreations Bring to Life the Stark, True Story of America’s Early Radical Settlers Features Final Film Performance of the Late Actor Roger Rees   “The Pilgrims,”a film by Ric Burns narrated by celebrated actor Oliver Platt, will air on AMERICAN… Read More