Retractions and controversies over coronavirus research show that the process of science is working

Several high-profile papers on COVID-19 research have come under fire from people in the scientific community in recent weeks. Two articles addressing the safety of certain drugs when taken...

Ohio’s K-12 public schools got cuts. Private, charter schools got cash.

Ohio educators were at home celebrating “Teacher Appreciation Week” in May when they learned cuts would be made at every public school district in the state. These cuts came just...

‘Enter at your own risk:’ COVID-19 cases at statehouse spark Dems’ concern

Two administrative staffers entered Thomas Horan’s office at the Statehouse on Tuesday with a simple message: Go home, you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 at work. On Wednesday, they told him...

DeWine mask order won’t apply to lawmakers, judges, staffs

A spokesman for Gov. Mike DeWine on Wednesday said that even though the governor ordered people to wear masks inside Franklin County's public spaces, that order won't be enforced...

U.S. Supreme Court hands victories to religious employers in health care, employment

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Trump administration effort to exempt employers with religious or moral concerns from complying with a “birth control mandate” in...

Columbus City Schools lapses contract with Columbus Police Department

After weeks of community upheaval and concessions by city education officials, the Columbus Police Department announced Monday that its contract with Columbus City Schools lapsed.  The district’s three-year contract with...

State advisory system may finally bring COVID clarity

Last week, the Ohio Department of Health rolled out a public health advisory system aimed at providing residents of the state of Ohio with county-level information on the spread...

DeWine issues mask orders as Ohio coronavirus cases surge

Gov. Mike Dewine on Tuesday ordered people to wear masks in the hardest-hit Ohio counties as cases of coronavirus surged across the state. The order mirrors a statewide order...

Ohio’s private colleges received PPP funding as public schools have struggled

A number of private colleges and universities in Ohio benefited from forgivable federal small business loans and retained thousands of local jobs. Public institutions were not as lucky. Unable to...

More than 500,000 Ohioans couldn’t pay rent last month, census survey estimates

A survey released by the U.S. Census Bureau estimated that more than 500,000 Ohioans were unable to pay rent last month because of financial insecurity amid the coronavirus pandemic.  The...

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