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Visitors flock to national parks after Trump waives fees. Is that...

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is urging Americans to head to national parks as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread.  Many people are heading outdoors...

Ohio primary election voting officially extended through April 28

Voting for the Ohio Primary Election has been extended through April 28 and will be conducted through mailed-in absentee ballots. On Wednesday, the Ohio legislature...

Lawmakers announce $2 trillion coronavirus response deal

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senate leaders announced a compromise with the White House on a massive $2 trillion spending package that would send checks to Americans...

Of 564 COVID-19 cases in Ohio, a quarter required hospitalization

About 25% of Ohioans with confirmed COVID-19 cases have been hospitalized in the two weeks since officials detected the disease in the state, a...

Legislators get to work figuring out how Ohio’s primary election will...

The Republican answer to Ohio’s primary election confusion lays the foot down from the opening sentence.  “Secretary of State Directive 2020-06, issued on March 16,...

State, abortion clinic lawyers now clashing over health order specifics

State leaders declined to comment Tuesday on orders the Ohio Attorney General’s Office made to halt surgical abortions as part of a coronavirus-related health...

With Cleveland COVID-19 cases on the rise, MetroHealth board member says...

There were still 10 more minutes until Ohio’s “stay at home” order was set to go in effect, but Cleveland businessman Bernie Moreno was...

Federal funds coming to help state community health centers, seniors

Federal funding will be coming to the state, targeted at helping community health centers during the coronavirus outbreak. Community health centers across the state are...

Ohioans get vastly different COVID-19 messages from Ohio leaders, Trump

One offered sympathy, the other sarcasm.  Gov. Mike DeWine was sober and pensive as he addressed Ohioans about the state’s first COVID-19 death, a Toledo...

‘No ordinary time’: COVID-19’s 14-day blitz in Ohio

Two weeks ago, public health officials first detected three cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, in Ohio. The next 14 days...
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