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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WCPN) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine stopped in Cleveland late Wednesday morning, answering questions about the new curfew and reiterating that a “bridge” is needed before a coronavirus vaccine distribution begins next month. On Tuesday, DeWine announced curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. in Ohio starting Thursday night and running for three weeks. “We felt 10… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio lawmakers voted to pass a bill banning the execution of the severely mentally ill during a lame duck legislative session. The House legislation informally passed during a Senate session after receiving broad support from Republicans and Democrats in the General Assembly. A spokesman for GOP Senate President Larry Obhof says… Read More
The vaccine was found to be 95% effective in an updated study analysis. Safety data required by the Food and Drug Administration showed no serious concerns, the company said.
“Organizational culture” is a hot phrase these days in leadership discussions. And Greg Besner knows all about it. He is a highly accomplished entrepreneur who has won praise for his performances as a CEO. He was an early investor in a business that talks a lot about culture – Zappos. And CultureIQ, a company that… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has deflected questions regarding an FBI search of the Columbus home of the the state’s top utility regulator. DeWine at a coronavirus briefing on Tuesday said “we’re waiting for additional information” about the search of the residence of Sam Randazzo, a longtime utility attorney and lobbyist DeWine… Read More
In the 2020 election, the rural-urban divide sharpened even further from 2016, with Republicans consolidating power in rural America which could help them hold onto the U.S. Senate.
WOUB Digital · John McVicker’s ‘Demolition’ A selection of digital collages by artist John McVicker, entitled “Demolition,” is now on display at the Athens Public Library (30 Home Street). McVicker used images he took of the ongoing demolition of the Athens East Elementary School in the collages — and the resulting images are palpably kinetic… Read More
Votaw has worked at WOUB since 2016 ATHENS, OH – “I absolutely love my job. If I could go back in time and tell myself at seven years old that this is the job I would be working at age 28, I would have thought I was just about the coolest person who had ever… Read More
The Battle for Control of America’s Highest Court – “Supreme Revenge” on FRONTLINE | Tuesday, November 24 at 10 pm
FRONTLINE Investigates the Battle for Control of America’s Highest Court in “Supreme Revenge” The bitter, partisan battle that played out during Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings reflected deep divisions in Washington that may seem unique to America’s current political and social moment. But as a new FRONTLINE investigation reveals, the intense politicization on… Read More