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Vaccine numbers continue to jump, 600K more Ohioans to become eligible,...

Ohio is seeing another big jump in the number of doses of coronavirus vaccine coming into the state. That's allowing another large group to...

One-dose vaccine gets FDA green light after advisory panel OK

WASHINGTON — A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on Friday gave its green light to a COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, signaling that...

Sprawling $1.9T COVID-19 relief bill passed by the U.S. House

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House on a nearly party-line vote passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic aid package early Saturday, in a rush to...

‘Stand Your Ground’ laws tied to racial inequities, increase in violent...

Laws that expand the right to shoot to kill in perceived self-defense yield unequal consequences in the justice system depending on whether the person...

More good covid, vaccine news for Ohio

The days are warming and more good coronavirus news is coming to Ohio. After drugmakers Pfizer and Moderna on Tuesday announced big increases in vaccine...

Half a million deaths later, Ohio gov says he didn’t foresee...

The coronavirus pandemic has been grinding on for so many months that it's easy to become numb to its staggering cost. But now, as...

Feds ship out COVID-19 vaccines delayed by winter storms

WASHINGTON — White House officials said Monday that thawing temperatures and a weekend of around-the-clock work has begun to clear a backlog of 6...

A complete abortion ban isn’t law in Ohio, but some Ohioans...

Currently, abortion is legal in Ohio for pregnancies up to 22 weeks gestation. But an analysis by researchers in the state says the legislative back-and-forth...

YouTube censors Ohio House hearing video for COVID-19 misinformation

The opening testimony Wednesday in support of a legislative effort to allow lawmakers to vote down public health orders went far enough off the...

Added COVID-19 testing on the way with $1.6B from the Biden...

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is directing $1.6 billion to bolster COVID-19 testing nationally, including money to expand testing in schools and homeless shelters, boost...
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