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Ohio school asks state supreme court to speed up decision on...

An Ohio school district hoping to enact a policy to arm teachers is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to speed up their decision in...

At least 26 trans people have been killed in the U.S....

As of July 31, at least 26 trans people have been killed in the U.S. this year, and a vast majority of them were...

Acting Homeland Security chief rebuts criticism of use of federal force...

WASHINGTON — The top official at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security last week defended the deployment of federal officers to counter protesters in...

Governor’s office: Federal $300 unemployment supplement likely coming

It appears likely that unemployed Ohians will get a $300-a-week federal supplement to their benefits, but it's unclear when it will start, Dan Tierney,...

The Rev. William Barber to Ohio politicians: Refocus policy to address...

A prominent civil rights leader and anti-poverty advocate said Friday Ohio legislators need to be focused on passing bills against racism, and refocusing their...

Low-key special election offers test run for November 

As voters entered the Bowling Green Church of the Nazarene last week, they were greeted with markings on the ground encouraging distance before checking...

Trump moves to extend unemployment benefits, suspend payroll taxes after talks...

President Donald Trump on Saturday circumvented Congress and took action into his own hands, after weeks of unsuccessful negotiations over another coronavirus relief package...

Trump tours Whirlpool: President promised to help American workers at Clyde...

CLYDE — President Donald Trump promised if he’s reelected he will revitalize American manufacturing. “My administration swears by two simple rules: buy American and hire American,”...

Senate Republicans introduce another bill to limit health orders during pandemic

Two state Senate Republicans introduced legislation Tuesday that would allow local health districts to opt out of orders issued by the state health director. Senate...

Ohio Supreme Court to continue considering Duke Energy pipeline case

The Ohio Supreme Court will again consider arguments in an appeal related to a natural gas pipeline Duke Energy, Ohio, Inc., wants to bring...
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