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As coronavirus threat evolves, DeWine plans to force leagues to block...

Twenty-four hours prior, he was asking. On Tuesday, Gov. Mike DeWine was telling. Speaking at the latest of what has become a daily briefing of...

Bill prohibiting mandatory nurse overtime moves on to Senate

A bill prohibiting overtime as a condition of employment for nurses is headed to its second hurdle to passage. A Senate committee will now consider...

7 lessons from ‘Hidden Figures’ NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson’s life and...

Katherine Johnson, an African-American mathematician who made critical contributions to the space program at NASA, died Feb. 24 at the age of 101. Johnson became...

Top health officials warn of coronavirus: ‘It’s going to get worse’

WASHINGTON — Trump administration officials painted a dire picture of the novel coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday, warning members of Congress that the public health...

Here is a map of all the Ohio polling places affected...

Many Ohioans have been assigned a new polling location for the March 17 primary election, and voters are urged to use the state's search...

DeWine asks colleges to go remote; sporting events to block fans...

Gov. Mike DeWine ramped up efforts Tuesday to curb the novel coronavirus in recommending — though not ordering — colleges to hold classes remotely,...

Federal bill seeks more sick days for workers as coronavirus cases...

A federal bill co-sponsored by Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown wants to extend the sick day policies for all workers in light of continuing reports...

Eight days before primaries, coronavirus detection in Ohio shake up voting...

A week out from primary voting, state officials are planning to relocate about 75 polling locations from nursing homes and schools to combat the...

Political rallies in the coronavirus era? Ohio health officials aren’t worried

A presidential primary and a novel coronavirus are raging concurrently in the United States, but public health officials said Thursday they’re not concerned about...

U.S. Senate Democrats slam Trump officials for coronavirus response

WASHINGTON — U.S. senators want Trump administration officials to be more forthcoming about coronavirus amid concerns the White House has given misinformation on the...
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