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Military at risk from COVID-19: ‘Anxieties are really high’

WASHINGTON — The Department of Defense is on course to get a major funding boost as the U.S. military is drawn into the nation’s...

Behemoth $2T COVID-19 response bill signed into law

WASHINGTON — A $2 trillion bill to aid workers, health care providers and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic became law following its passage in...

HIV positive inmate to Ohio Supreme Court: people will die here...

Derek Lichtenwalter is serving 30 months for leading police on a lengthy chase, but he says the pandemic has turned 2.5 years into a...

‘Critical lack’ of resources and capacity for COVID-19 at homeless shelters,...

If a person at a homeless shelter tested positive for COVID-19, about half of the organizations that oversee shelters wouldn’t know how to respond. Less...

Ohio needs a systemic, statewide approach to keep incarcerated people safe...

A recent Great Lakes poll shows that 80% of Ohioans approve of the job Gov. Mike DeWine is doing during the coronavirus pandemic. Large...

Obama stimulus watchdog: ‘Bad guys’ will make play for COVID-19 relief...

WASHINGTON — Earl Devaney is feeling déjà vu. Devaney, a former longtime federal watchdog, was hired in 2009 to police the distribution of $840 billion in federal...

Ohio Primary FAQ: Everything you need to know to cast your...

Note: This story includes the best available information drawn from the newly-passed legislation, the Ohio Secretary of State's website and contact with county boards...

Pandemic spurs U.S. Senate to pass historic aid package

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate late Wednesday night approved a $2 trillion spending bill that aims to provide economic relief for workers and businesses and...

EdChoice frozen in Ohio omnibus coronavirus bill

The fight over private school vouchers is yet again on hold, this time to clear the way for the state’s coronavirus response. As part of...

Ohio legislature addresses economy, health care workforce, and taxes in coronavirus...

In the hundreds of pages of the Ohio legislature’s omnibus bill to address coronavirus, state representatives and senators attempted to address many of the...
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