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DeWine Says State Can’t Exempt Cincinnati’s Bars From Alcohol Curfew

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Cincinnati’s mayor and police chief have asked Gov. Mike DeWine to lift the prohibition on alcohol sales after 10pm from their bars, saying that ban is contributing to violence. That rule was put in place statewide to help contain the coronavirus, which experts say has been spreading in places where… Read More

Community Social Media Page Brings Awareness for Lockdown Mental Health

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A society that lives on constant connection and communication is still trying to cope with the restrictive regulations of COVID-19. This pandemic continues to evolve at a rapid pace and with the ever-increasing cases it has caused school closures, unemployment, and businesses to shut down, leaving many to question what to do and how to… Read More

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After ‘Send Her Back!’ Chant, Ohio Rally a Test for Trump

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CINCINNATI (AP) — President Donald Trump’s latest rally will be a test for both candidate and crowd. The Cincinnati gathering Thursday night will be Trump’s first since his audience chanted “Send her back!” about a Somali-born congresswoman during a July rally in North Carolina , raising the prospect of a 2020 presidential campaign increasingly fought along racial… Read More

Gorilla Fans Await Word of Ndume’s Return to Cincinnati Zoo

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CINCINNATI (AP) – Gorilla fans in Cincinnati are awaiting word about the return of a 37-year-old male silverback gorilla. Cincinnati Zoo officials said they wouldn’t provide an update until Ndume is safely back at the zoo, where he was born. The Gorilla Foundation in California was under federal court order to transfer Ndume on Thursday… Read More

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Ohio Inmates Appeal In 1st Amendment Lethal Injection Case

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Four death row inmates challenging an Ohio law that shields the names of companies providing lethal injection drugs have appealed a judge’s dismissal of their lawsuit. The inmates argue the new law violates free speech rights, contending in part that the measure restricts information that helps inform the public debate over capital punishment. U.S. District… Read More