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Amid budget wreckage, a bright spot for Ohio

Ohio officials have been drawing tight the state’s budgetary belt as they see revenue plummet due to coronavirus shutdowns. But hidden in the carnage...

Much of the federal coronavirus money distributed so far goes to...

The rich keep getting richer — even among hospitals dealing with a historic pandemic.

‘Excess deaths’ suggest a much higher COVID-19 death toll than current...

Ohio’s COVID-19 death count might be a vast underestimation of the virus’ true reach, data from the CDC suggests. Researchers with the federal agency calculated...

DeWine noncommittal on extra Medicaid money from feds

State leaders have already slashed half a billion dollars from the state budget, so billions in additional federal funding for Medicaid might sound good...

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...

There is still time to register to vote in Ohio’s primary...

The primary election is approaching in Ohio, and there is still time to register to vote in that election. Voters who are already registered also...

Bill would allow Ohio drivers to be pulled over for cell...

A Democratic Ohio House member introduced legislation Tuesday that would make using cell phones while driving a primary offense, meaning law enforcement would be...

Congress reaches deal on paid parental leave for federal employees

WASHINGTON — Lawmakers have reached a landmark agreement on paid parental leave for federal workers that could institute paid time off for civilian employees...

Bipartisan state senators working to protect domestic violence survivors from gun...

Just before Thanksgiving this year, Logan resident Natalie Nutter filed for divorce from her husband, Kevin. Weeks prior, Kevin Nutter, also of Logan, pleaded guilty...

Improvements coming to Ohio’s state parks in 2020

Better customer service, improved signage and more frequent naturalist programming.  Those are among the numerous suggestions on how to reform Ohio's state parks system. These...
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