Down syndrome abortion ban stands in appeals court ruling

A court of appeals said an Ohio law banning abortions in Down Syndrome cases can continue, reversing the decision of a lower court. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit said a group...

Ohio scrambles to adjust to vaccine “pause”

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday said he was blindsided like everybody else when he learned that federal public health officials were advising that all states should "pause" administration of the Johnson & Johnson...

Relief funding will make big difference in Ohio cities, leaders say

Every incorporated community in Ohio, from Aberdeen to Zoar, is set to receive at least some relief funding through the American Rescue Plan. The largest chunks are headed to metropolitan areas, whose leaders say the...

Janitors, security guard ask for minimum wage increase

Tina Callahan typically spends her days cleaning a federal building in Cleveland. She's done this all the way through the pandemic, except when she's in a hospital bed. Callahan has sickle cell anemia, which has...

States start pausing J&J vaccine after recommendation from U.S. health officials

WASHINGTON — Top public health officials said Tuesday that they are recommending a pause in the use of a COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson “out of an abundance of caution” following six cases of...

White House: Ohio’s infrastructure has ‘systemic lack of investment’

A fact-sheet promoting the Biden administration's new jobs plan gave Ohio a less than average score on its infrastructure. The profile of Ohio said the state has "suffered from a systemic lack of investment" in...
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