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Ohio Athletic Conference unveils spring schedules for sports postponed until 2021 due to pandemicThe OAC said was committed to having the affected sports compete during the spring semester.

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Hope for neglected Old South End neighborhood as construction easesTucked between a tangle of major highways and main streets, one Old South End neighborhood has all but vanished from plain sight.

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Bridgestone Senior Players Championship raises $750,000 for Northeast Ohio charitiesThe total, considering there are no ticket sales and the majority of the sponsor-driven gatherings can't happen because of the COVID-19 pandemic, is significant.

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Weekly Ohio jobless claims fall to lowest level in 5 monthsThose who remain jobless filed 243,246 fewer continued claims last week compared to the peak in April, per ODJFS.

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Northeast Ohio Community College Leaders Discuss Back To Class Plans And Workforce TrainingNortheast Ohio community college leaders discuss options students have for returning to studies this fall.

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Good Catch owner opens new production facility in OhioGathered Foods, maker of Good Catch plant-based seafood products, has opened a new manufacturing facility in Heath, Ohio.

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Local nonprofit seeks permit for construction of youth center with golf courseThe First Tee of Lake Erie is seeking a special use permit to build a multi-million dollar youth leadership center on Hill Avenue.

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American Pickers looking for Ohio locationsMike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, the two television personalities known for their cross-country treks to sift through individuals' "junk" for treasures, are...

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Researchers advocate for permanent expansion of telehealth servicesFRANKFORT, Ky. — Despite COVID-19, researchers from the University of Kentucky have continued theiGet full.

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Lawmakers call for statewide hygiene plan for polling placesIn a letter to Secretary of State Frank LaRose, they request polling places practice sanitization, including wiping down high touch surfaces and making hand sanitizer available.

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State Senator introduces Ohio Anti-Corruption ActSenate Bill 349, the Ohio Anti-Corruption Act, is a companion to a similar bill introduced in the statehouse.

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Ohio Visit for New Deputy US Energy SecThe new U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy, Mark W. Menezes, is traveling to Eastern Ohio on Thursday to tour the proposed Ohio Petrochemical Complex Project , which is being developed by PTT Global Chemicals America.

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2-year-old boy shot, killed in Ohio home, police sayAccording to WSYX and WBNS, the incident occurred about 8 p.m. at a Columbus home.

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College football cancellation to hurt area businessesEarlier this year, some of Chris Mason's merchandise suppliers warned him that there was a distinct possibility that with the coronavirus pandemic raging...

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U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown: Ensuring Ohio students can learn safely and effectivelyWith the new school year set to begin for many Ohio students, we need to ensure that our communities have the support and resources they need for our kids to learn safely and effectively.

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Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 8/13Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care and Control Office. For information, call 419-213-2800.

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90K in cocaine found in stolen car after traffic stop, highway patrol saysA Wisconsin man faces felony drug charges in Wood County after an estimated $90,000 worth of cocaine was found in his vehicle during an Ohio Turnpike...

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9-Year-Old Girl In Ohio Suffering From Mysterious Condition After Testing Positive For CoronavirusA girl who tested positive for the coronavirus in May is now in a coma at an Ohio hospital — and all are preparing for the worst.

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Richmond Heights woman goes from Ohio business to business challenging mask mandate"It's not their job to tell me what to do with my body," said Peric, about the store owners and managers who have told her to leave their business because she is not wearing a mask.

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Coronavirus: Darke County nursing home reports largest outbreak in Ohio this weekRest Haven nursing home recorded the largest outbreak of COVID-19 for long-term care facilities in Ohio this week.

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Feds: Ohio Man Pleads Guilty To Purchasing Tiger Skin RugThe government says an Ohio man has pleaded guilty to buying a tiger skin rug.

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Ohio Secretary of State LaRose remarks on November electionLaRose, who is speaking at 10 a. m., is expected to comment on preparations being made to safely hold an election during the pandemic.

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Northeast Ohio Weather: Sunny to partly cloudy today with afternoon temperatures in the 80sFairly warm air mass remains in place with the humidity on the rise, especially south of Cleveland.

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Start of Maumee schools delayed; Washington Local will follow OHSAA guidance for sportsMaumee schools officials announced plans during a virtual board meeting Wednesday to begin fall instruction online and delay the start of the school year...

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Lima-area students back to school with virus precautionsLIMA  The return to school for students in Lima and Elida schools felt a bit familiar yet a bit strange in the age of had to w.

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Ohio coronavirus infections up againOhio's coronavirus infection, hospitalization, and death numbers were high across the board on Wednesday. The state reported 1,422 new cases, well above...

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It's a boy! Zoo announces birth of endangered gorilla with Facebook postThe Toledo Zoo on Wednesday teased a gorilla birth via a Facebook post showing the baby gorilla snuggled against its mother's chest.

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No football puts $1.2 billion in TV ads at riskThe decisions by the Big Ten and Pac-12 college athletic conferences to postpone their football season endanger a huge chunk of sales for media companies such as Walt Disney Co.

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Ford recalls include some F-150s because of fire riskDETROIT  Ford is warning that a number of 2020 F-150 pickups could catch fire because of a battery connection issue.

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Extra ballot drop boxes rejected by Republican Ohio sec. of stateRachel Maddow reports on Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose making excuses for his decision to refuse to allow county boards of elections to have more than one ballot drop off location.

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Third of Allen County not counted as census deadline nearsAllen County residents have less than two months to reach an 80% census completion goal set by the Lima/Allen County 2020 Census Complete Count Committee or risk losing millions of dollars in potential federal spending.

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Elections chief urges but won't require masks for Ohio voteHealth and safety guidelines that Ohio's elections chief sent to county boards Wednesday recommend, but do not mandate, mask-wearing and other preventive measures for those voting in person this fall - a nod to voter freedoms in a closely divided battleground state.

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Kamala Devi Harris' selection as VP resonates with Indian AmericansIndia-born engineer turned politician Aruna Miller met California Senator Kamala Devi Harris at an event last year in New York.

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Ohio State and Ohio Dept. of Agriculture kicking off "Victory Gardens" programDuring the pandemic many people started gardening as a new hobby. Because of this, Ohio State University and Ohio's Department of Agriculture are starting the "Victory Gardens" program to get more people involved.

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Quinn on Nutrition: COVID and food safetyA reader writes: I live in Monterey, California. Im 77 and my husband is 82.

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ONU student and faculty member team up on paperOhio Northern University Raabe College of Pharmacy student Scott Alexander of Monroeville, Pa., co-authored an article with ONU pharmacy faculty member Natalie DiPietro Mager that was published in the May 2020 edition of Ohio Pharmacist.

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Letter: Expert care at funeral homeI would like to thank Harter and Schier Funeral Home of Delphos for their exceptional, long-lasting care of my family and I.We first met after the tragic.

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OSU's Day stumps for quick start to spring seasonSpeaking with reporters on Wednesday, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day said he's exploring ways to get his team on the field as soon as possible, including via a spring season that begins in early January.

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Letter: How can we accept abortionIve never seen so much termoil in this nation as I do now. I am proud to be an American citizen and proud to to have served our country as a veteran.

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Letter: Hands in the cookie jarI asked the question, Wheres the money coming from for all of these freebies? Then I read in The Lima News:Third quarter.

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Letter: Trump needed more than everIn an election year that will decide if the United States stays a free nation or becomes just another failed Socialist state, the Mayor of Lima and our Local UAW have chosen sides with the Socialists.

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Biden, Harris lash out at TrumpWILMINGTON, Del.  Joe Biden and Kamala Harris delivered an aggressive one-two attack on the character and performance of President Donald Trump on W.

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Kicked in the teeth: Devastation mounts from Midwest stormIOWA CITY, Iowa  The impact of a wind storm that tore through the Midwest continued to grow Wednesday, as widespread power outages kept businesses c.

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Today's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic"Lima hospitals established a Community Call Center at 419-226-9000. Residents are urged to call that number before visiting a health care provider or an emergency room."

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19 new coronavirus cases reported in Lawrence County, OhioThe county health department said the new cases involve 10 women and nine men who range from ages 25 to 89.

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Volunteers searching Ohio River for connection to unsolved murder of Laney GwinnerOn Wednesday, search crews said they did find a vehicle underwater in the Great Miami River, which connects to the Ohio River.

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Gene Smith says Ohio State is no longer exploring options for playing in fallOhio State University Athletic Director Gene Smith released a statement Wednesday evening clarifying future plans for the Buckeye football team.

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Coronavirus in Ohio: 589 cumulative, confirmed cases in Richland CountyIn all, there have been 12 deaths and 81 hospitalizations in Richland County. As of Monday, seven people were hospitalized, according to Richland Public Health.

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Home of Toledo slaying suspect 'riddled with bullets'The North Toledo home of a teen charged with murder in the shooting death of his cousin last year was shot up late Tuesday night.

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Sumner Redstone, who built media empire including CBS, diesSumner Redstone, who joined his family's drive-in movie chain in the 1950s and used it to build a vast media empire that included CBS and Viacom, has died.

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Gov. Beshear provides Wednesday update on COVID-19FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear on Wednesday updated Kentuckians on the state’s continuing efforts to fight the novel coronavirus 2019 in the commonwealth.

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Judge sends robbery killing case to juryA jury on Thursday will begin considering the fate of a man accused of initiating a robbery that resulted in an East Toledo man's death.

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Shawnee Fire Department gets new sanitizer machineSHAWNEE TOWNSHIP  The Shawnee Township Fire Department has a new disinfectant machine to spray down its vehicles and equipment amid the coronavirus.

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Federal PAC Donations Show Ohio Valley Lawmakers Raked In Thousands From Utility FirstEnergyLawmakers from across the Ohio Valley have received nearly half a million dollars in campaign contributions from 2019-2020 from a political action.

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Civic Center live streaming fundraising telethonLIMA  The Veterans Memorial Civic Center will host a fundraising telethon from 5 to 9 p.m.

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Fentanyl, cocaine, weapons, currency found during task force searchLarge amounts of fentanyl, suspected cocaine and crack cocaine, firearms and a pharmaceutical grade commercial pill press were among the items found last month during raids conducted by the the West Central Ohio Crime Task Force, with assistance from the Allen County Sheriff's Office SWAT team, Auglaize County Sheriff's Office SWAT team, Allen...

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College football: Ohio State's Day wants to start games in JanuaryCOLUMBUS  Ohio State football coach Ryan Day doesnt think the Big Ten should wait until spring to play again.

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Testimony concludes in case of Lima man accused of killing father with swordTwo forensic psychologists - each of whom performed competency evaluations on Timothy Youngblood and came to differing professional opinions about his mental state at the time the Lima man stabbed his father to death in July of 2018 - were the lone witnesses Wednesday in Youngblood's murder trial.

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Six states remain on Ohio's travel advisory listGov. Mike DeWine released Wednesday an updated list of states included on Ohio's travel advisory.

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Federal PAC Donations Show Ohio Valley Lawmakers Raked In Thousands From FirstEnergyLawmakers from across the Ohio Valley have received nearly half a million dollars in campaign contributions from 2019-2020 from a political action.

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Ohio Tax Collections Up, But So Are Medicaid CaseloadsAfter three months of declines, Ohio took in 8% more in taxes than the Office of Budget and Management estimated, though much of that is connected to the delay of the tax deadline to July 15.

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Ryan J. Gibbs who bought tiger skin for $3,000 pleads guilty to violating Endangered Species ActSTL.News) – A Cincinnati man who paid $3,000 for a tiger skin rug pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today to violating the Endangered Species Act.

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LCC partners with BVC to fill out six-game scheduleLima Central Catholic has found opponents for its football season. Thunderbird Athletic Director John Schnieders said an agreement has been reached to play.

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Jerry Zezima: Banks for nothing, moneybagsIf I ever won Powerball and survived the shock, a technical necessity since you can't collect if you are legally dead, I still wouldn't be in the money.

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‘Driver shortage' bill would give Ohio trucking companies tax breakAn Ohio Senate panel has taken up for consideration a bill touted to aid motor carriers looking to hire drivers to combat a proclaimed "driver shortage."

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Gov. Beshear announces $6 Million in CARES Act funding for Kentucky Area Development DistrictsFRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear announced today the Department for Local Government has been awarded an additional $6 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act through the Economic Development Association.

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Coronavirus in Ohio: 'Positive sign' that Hamilton County turned orangeHamilton County officials did not declare victory Wednesday over the new coronavirus, but they said greater citizen awareness about public health has pulled down the curve of illness.

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Bluffton University develops partnershipsBLUFFTON  Bluffton University is rapidly growing a network of corporate and education partnerships in northwest Ohio.

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Elmore officer resigns, expected to appear in federal court WednesdayAn Elmore police officer accused of having or sending explicit content involving children will be held at the Lucas County jail until investigators can...

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Ohio schools can apply for BroadbandOhio Connectivity GrantA total of $50 million will be allocated through the CARES Act to expand high-speed internet access for Ohio students using remote learning during the COVID crisis.

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Main and Local Podcast Ep. 2In this episode, Sam and Erin discuss the Ohio County Schools' plan to start the 2020-21 school year, some upcoming drive-in concerts in Beaver Dam, and Warren RECC hanging fiber optic cable for high-speed internet in the southern part of the county.

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Ohio reports 1,352 new coronavirus casesThere have been 2,623 confirmed and probable cases to-date in Mahoning County; 1,563 in Trumbull; and 1,683 in Columbiana.

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Toledo team wins Ohio State Firefighters Softball Tournament, donates funds to Dia familyOhio firefighters are forwarding donations to a cause that's very close to home this year.

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All four coronavirus indicators up for Wednesday in OhioThe Ohio Department of Health is reporting 1,422 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases for the last 24-hour reporting period.

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Rhodes State ready to train TechCred studentsLIMA  A fifth round of TechCred application is being accepted by the Governors Office of Workforce can submit their.

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BirthsMercy Health-St. Ritas Medical CenterAug. 11  Anna and Craig Miller, Harrod, girl; Casey Richards and Jason Adams, Lima, girl; Myriah and Jus.

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Elections board approves settlement to use Springfield school buildings as polling placesThe Lucas County Board of Elections approved a settlement agreement with the Springfield Local School District to use the district's buildings as polling...

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Editor's Choice: Consumers vs. airlinesA Cleveland woman's story is part of a Wall Street Journal article about passengers whose trips were canceled months ago having a tough time getting refunds from some carriers or travel agencies.

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GRDHD reports 27 new confirmed COVID-19 cases, 4 new cases in Ohio CountyOWENSBORO, Ky. — Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, the Green River District Health Department reported 27 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases – 12 in Daviess County, one in Henderson County, five in Henderson County, two in McLean County, four in Ohio County and three in Union County.

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Voters without masks won't be turned away, secretary of state promisesCOLUMBUS — Most Ohioans are under a statewide order to wear face masks when out in public, but voters who show up at the polls without one will not be...

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Ohio State Football Commit Sends Clear Message To Other SchoolsOne of Ohio State's 2021 football recruits has a clear message for any school trying to flip his commitment.

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Ohio woman throws fit at Burger King because employees wouldn't serve lunch at 9 a.m., gets arrestedAll-day breakfast is one thing, but apparently all-day lunch is going too far.

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Ohio State slams the door on any hope of a fall football seasonOhio State athletic director Gene Smith shut the door on any potential of the Buckeyes having a fall football season one day after the Big Ten postponed the season to the spring.

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Ohio State AD shuts down idea of fall footballThe 2020 college football season - if it takes place as planned - is going to look quite different without some of the country's most elite programs.

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Ohio State will not attempt to play football this fallEarlier Wednesday, in a conference call with reporters, OSU coach Ryan Day floated the idea about possibly playing other Big Ten schools that would have preferred a delay of the 2020 season instead of the cancellation that the conference voted to do on Tuesday.

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DOWNTOWN NEWS: Biltmore Tower sells for $4.1 millionThe former Biltmore Hotel was known by 2018 as Biltmore Towers, a senior living apartment building.

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New USDA survey to measure areas for improvementWASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced a new annual survey of.

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2014 shooting victim's death ruled homicideToledo police are investigating another homicide following the recent death of a man who was paralyzed in a 2014 shooting.

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Cases of coronavirus in children on the rise in Ohio and the USChildren testing positive for coronavirus has risen in the U.S. and in Ohio.

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Ohio Will Not Have Extra Drop Boxes for Absentee Ballots, Despite COVIDOhio's top election official announced Wednesday that the state will allow only one absentee ballot drop box per county for November's election.

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Legal community mourns loss of retired Judge Frederick McDonaldFrederick Hill McDonald, a Lucas County Common Pleas judge for nearly 30 years who helped guide young lawyers through procedural matters, supported...

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Students design safer crosswalk in OttawaOTTAWA  Third-grade students at SS. Peter and Paul School in Ottawa this past year came up with a possible solution to the problem of traffic drivin.

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Elections chief urges but won't require masks for Ohio voteHealth and safety guidelines that Ohio's elections chief sent to county boards Wednesday recommend, but do not mandate, mask-wearing and other preventive measures for those voting in person this fall, a nod to voter freedoms in a closely divided battleground state.

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Ohio State kicks off first of 12 move-in daysOne-hundred-fifty students, 10 hours, two residence halls: the first day of Ohio State’s move-in started Wednesday morning at Smith-Steeb and Park-Stradley with the familiar red laundry carts being pushed with people wearing facemasks.

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OC Schools to follow Gov. Beshear's, KDE's recommendationsHARTFORD, Ky. — After getting the go-ahead on his 2020-2021 re-opening plan from the Ohio County School Board, Ohio County Schools Superintendent Seth Southard was thrown a curveball by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and the Kentucky Department of Education.

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Revised 2020 Ohio HS Football SchedulesSee why these changes had to be made -  OHSAA Adjusts Season if Football is Approved by Governor ‘all teams will make playoffs beginning Oct. 9th’.

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New Ohio House speaker faces a divided GOP in wake of FBI bribery probeBob Cupp, R-Lima, center, speaks after being sworn in as Speaker of the House at the Ohio Statehouse on Thursday, July 30, 2020.

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Ohio State Football: Gene Smith Confirms Fall Games Are Not An OptionGene Smith says that fall games are off the table for Ohio State football, after Ryan Day said the Buckeyes were exploring options.

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Ohio State No Longer Exploring Fall Football After Big Ten Postponement, AD SaysThe Ohio State football program won't explore avenues to play in the fall after the Big Ten canceled the fall sports schedule with the intent of resuming football in the spring...

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Chapter 7The wedding was going to be a simple one. The couple borrowed five hundred dollars from a bank to afford the ceremony.

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WBL 2020 Football Schedule Released, No Champion To Be Crowned8-12-20)Â Following was release today by WBL Commissioner Kent Smelser.

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine: 600,000 Students Will Return To In-Person Classes This FallOhio Gov. Mike DeWine says nearly 600,000 schoolchildren in 325 districts will return to school this fall for in-person classes.

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What Fox Sports Ohio channel is the Cincinnati Reds game on?The Columbus Blue Jackets were scheduled to play the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1 of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at 3 p.m.

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Australia Reports New Single-Day Coronavirus Death TollAustralia is reporting a new single-day record 21 COVID-19 deaths Wednesday along with 428 new infections nbspnbsp The fatalitie.

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Meth lab discovered by Hardin County task forceKENTON  The Hardin County Crime Task Force discovered a methamphetamine lab and other items during the execution of a search warrant Tuesday.

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Morning Headlines: Over 1/3 of Ohio Students to Return to Class Full Time; Kasich to Speak at DNCHere are your morning headlines for Wednesday, August 12: Over 1/3 of Ohio students to return to class full time Summit County auto parts maker closes,.

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Man charged after child injured in ATV crash, paramedics assaultedA Toledo man is expected to appear Wednesday morning in Sylvania Municipal Court after allegedly crashing an all-terrain vehicle while impaired, injuring a...

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The Blitz: South Florida SunshinePractices are on the horizon as training camp is inching closer. The Dolphins have been hard at work in the strength and conditioning program as the start of the season is just one month away.

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Murry threatens lawsuit against firefighters' union over civil-rights matterA representative of Toledo Fire Department recruits who have won support from the Ohio Civil Rights Commission over alleged discrimination at the fire...

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Wellness Wednesday: Losing Our Obsession With WeightMost health care providers have assumed that weight should be a primary focus of health, at least since the early 20th century.

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The Big Ten Decision And Ohio State SportsThe Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday that the fall sports season, including football, would be postponed due to COVID-19 health and safety concerns.

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Ohio State Still Exploring Options for Fall Football Despite Big 10 PostponementAlthough the Big Ten canceled all fall sports, Ohio State has yet to throw in the towel on football for this season.

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Talk About Clyde: Ohio Genealogy Society seeks yearbooksOld college and high school yearbooks are in demand by the Ohio Genealogy Society.

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Chow Line: CFAES center offers food safety resources, informationFounded as a nonprofit organization in 2006, CFI brought its 14-year record of protecting public health to Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences in September 2019.Â.

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How does your school district rank in funding equity?With research showing that low-income students will fall behind their wealthy peers if schools operate remotely due to COVID-19, and a renewed focus on racial equality, WalletHub released its report on the Most and Least Equitable School Districts in Ohio.

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Ohio Co. real estate transfers for Aug. 12, 2020HARTFORD, Ky. — Real estate transfers provided by the Ohio County Clerk’s Office for Wednesday,.

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Murray Energy's limited disclosures on Ohio conspiracy case leave big questions unansweredThe for-profit corporate structure of Hardworking Ohioans, Inc. and other groups precludes transparency on how companies use money to influence energy policy.

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Ohio Co. Sheriff's reports for Aug. 12, 20200sharesHARTFORD, Ky. — The Ohio County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Wednesday.

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Report: Ohio ranked 30th in list of states whose weekly unemployment claims are recovering the quickestTo identify which states’ workforces are experiencing the quickest recovery from COVID-19, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across three metrics based on changes in unemployment claims.

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Ohio Legal Help: Stay in Your Home Despite Eviction FilingWith the economy still struggling, thousands of Ohioans are facing possible eviction from their homes and apartments due to nonpayment.

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Parachuting Man Slams Into Building And Dangles Helplessly Above Ground In OhioA man who was parachuting in Ohio crashed into a news studio and was left dangling 40 feet up in the air.

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Transcripts: Bradley Roby Press ConferencesNow that you have had some time with the secondary, what are your thoughts going into the season and signing a long-term deal this offseason?

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Commentary: The Hunt For Remorseful Republicans In OhioThere is no doubt that in Ohio there are a whole lot of Republican voters who are feeling buyer's remorse today for falling under the spell of Donald Trump.

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Ohio's $2 Billion Fishing Industry Rebounds After ReopeningRecreational fishing contributes more than $2 billion to the state's economy.

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Trump intent on curtailing rising dominance of Chinese tech companiesDonald Trump's WeChat ban targets a celebrated Chinese innovation at the heart of the world's largest mobile gaming and social media empire, threatening one of the more eye-catching stock rallies of 2020.

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Campus-area businesses brace for ‘devastating' fall without Ohio State footballBusinesses in the Ohio State University campus area are dreading an autumn without football after the Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday that no sports will be played in the fall.

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Case of the Day  Wednesday, August 12, 2020POUNDING ON THE TABLE The old trial strategy aphorism recommends that “if your case is weak on the law, pound on the facts; if it’s weak on the facts, pound on the law; and if it’s weak on the law AND facts, pound on the table.” It doesn’t always work all that well, as our&.

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Columbus Division of Fire welcomes second cadet classThe Columbus Division of Fire greeted the second class of Columbus fire cadets Monday. The cadet program is a two-year paid internship that introduces firefighting and paramedic careers to young people who otherwise might not get the opportunity.

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Georgia Primary Runoff: State and local election resultsThis election will determine who will represent each political party in November.

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Columbus man captured in Pickaway after more than 12 hours on the lamThe chase began at 9:30 p.m. Saturday when a Pickaway County Sheriff's deputy, along with units from the South Bloomfield Police Department,  were involved in pursuit of a silver Ford Taurus with no registration acting suspiciously in the area, according to Pickaway County Sheriff Robert Radcliffe. The suspect was able to avoid capture.

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Columbus police searching for missing man last seen on 10th Ave.The Columbus Police Department is asking the public for assistance locating a missing man.

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16-month-old killed in southeast Columbus crash, second child in critical conditionColumbus Police have released new information on a deadly crash Wednesday afternoon on the city's southeast side.

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Columbus Musician Plaid Brixx Releases Original Song, "Live For Today"COLUMBUS, Ohio. August 11, 2020. Columbus-based American indie-pop artist, Plaid Brixx , has released a new original single, "Live For Today," as a rallying anthem for Ex.

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Variety of factors could be to blame for Columbus' spike in homicides and violenceWeeks after a quiet Linden neighborhood was the scene of a homicide, neighbors continue to feel the impact of the gruesome crime.

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Wednesday night marks 4th straight night of increased violence in ColumbusViolence continued in Ohio's capital Wednesday night as at six people were shot, including two deaths in three separate shootings.

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Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Tampa Bay Lightning series schedule and timesThat and more from this week.

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Suspect arrested in Columbus on sex trafficking, pimping chargesRoy Bailey, 23, is charged with sex trafficking, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, pimping and interference with custody.

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Columbus business cited for violating 'last call' orderThe Ohio Investigative Unit cited two Central Ohio businesses Saturday night for violating the states 'last call' order.

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Southtowners: Father Perez Knights of Columbus awards scholarshipsSarah Simpson, left, of St. Christina Parish was awarded the Aaron Adams Scholarship and Norah Burke of St. John Fisher Parish received the Christopher Ullrich Scholarship from the Father Perez Knights of Columbus Council No.

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Columbus murder suspect taken into custody in Phenix CityAccording to the U.S. Marshal's Office, Jermaine Robinson was wanted by Columbus police for the murder of 32-year-old Jeremy Robert Sewell who was shot and killed in the 4100 block of 16th Ave in July.

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Columbus Municipal School District confirms two positive COVID-19 casesThe school district has reported two positive cases of the coronavirus as of Tuesday, Aug.

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Columbus police searching for missing woman last seen near Kennedy St.Cherika D. Teagle, 38, was last seen Sunday, August 2 near Kennedy Street at around 2 p.m.

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Gun violence continues in Columbus Sunday evening into MondayViolent incidents continued in Columbus late Sunday into Monday. Here are the details: 5:15 p.

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Pope expresses gratitude to Knights of Columbus for 'creativity of charity'Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin writes on behalf of Pope Francis to the Knights of Columbus, saying Pope Francis is grateful for their contribution to the Church's mission of evangelization.

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OU named Ohio's best online collegeATHENS — Ohio University has been ranked as the best online college in Ohio for its broad range of affordable online options and extensive partnerships with community colleges in several states.

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Toledo Crime Log: 8/12Click on icons in the map to find details of reported crimes. For a full list of all reported crimes in Toledo this week, consult the table below....

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Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 8/12Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care and Control Office. For information, call 419-213-2800.

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Ohio hoping to take advantage of President Trump's executive order to extend unemployment benefitsThe $600 weekly CARES Act unemployment benefit ran out at the end of July, and without a congressional plan in place to replace those benefits, President Trump signed an executive order to divert funds from FEMA to pay for additional benefits.

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Big Ten football left to hope for spring scheduleIts over. Just like that, by a vote of the Big Tens 14 schools on Tuesday, there will be no football games this fall for Ohio State and the re.

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Back to school message in Ohio: Back up, mask up, wash upEven as young people make up a larger percentage of coronavirus cases, more than 1.7 million K-12 students are preparing to return to learn either in-person, online or via a combination of the two.

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Ohio State recruiting: Impact of Tunmise Adeleye's decommitment from OSUThe Buckeyes lost some traction in their chase for the nation's No. 1 class in 2021.

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Ohio reacts to Kamala Harris announcementIt's official: a Kamala Harris/Joe Biden ticket in 2020 for the Democratic Party. Chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, David Pepper, loves it.

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Ohio State president-elect announces new enhanced safety measures as students returnOhio State University President-Elect Kristina M. Johnson announced more changes to the university's COVID-19 safety protocols as students prepare to move back to campus.

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Dark money in Ohio: How it shaped state's politicsThe television ad showed Chinese President Xi Jinping lifted his fist as military members marched by. An ominous script warned that this well-oiled machine had come for Americans' manufacturing jobs and it was back for Ohioans' energy jobs, too: "Don’t let them do it to you."

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Ohio child COVID-19 cases climbing, experts give parents adviceCLEVELAND — Medical experts in Northeast Ohio and across the state have issued a warning and are giving advice to parents concerning a growing number of child COVID-19 cases statewide.

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Ohio man, four others indicted for alleged $4 million PPP loan fraudAn Ohio man was among five people indicted by a Georgia grand jury for an alleged Payrol Protection Program loan fraud case worth $4 million.

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Market Goat ProductionMarket Goat ProductionUnless otherwise noted, names are listed first, second, third, etc. Doe Kids - under 3 months: Cameron Moore, Maci RunkleDoe Kids - 3.

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Urbana Ag student restores Farmall H tractorWe all have our "projects" we take on with all intentions of completing them as something fun or a hobby to do, but all too often those projects get pushed aside when other duties and life call.

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When Lizzie made her best betterLizzie and her siblings grew up going to the county fair. That week in early August was every summer's highlight, making up for their lack of vacation due to too little money and too much cow milking.

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COMMUNITY CALENDARContact event organizers for updates before attending events / meetings during the COVID-19, August 12Red Cross Blood Drive: noon-6 p.

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Put-in-Bay hotel's liquor license suspended by state for coronavirus infractionPUT-IN-BAY, Ohio — State officials have suspended the Put-in-Bay Resort and Conference Center's liquor permit for 20 days, starting just before Labor Day,...

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Nearly 1,100 coronavirus cases reported in Ohio TuesdayGov. Mike DeWine shared more on fall education for Ohio students during Tuesday's coronavirus briefing.

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How long does it take for COVID-19 test results to come back? That depends where you're tested.It may take a few days to learn the results. The Lima News asked local hospitals and health clinics how long p.

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Council approves double fines for speeding on residential streetsThe legislation introduced by Councilman Sam Melden in July...

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Ohio enters the unknown with schoolsCOLUMBUS, Ohio  Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday sought to exude confidence in K-12 teachers and superintendents as more than a third of all Ohio public...

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Toledo's latest homicide victim remembered for humor, kindnessYou could hear Derlanis Holman before you saw him: when the sound of singing and rapping carried down the street, chances are it was Derlanis coming home....

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Parent of Ohio State player speaks out on B1G cancellation, OSUThe parent of a top young Ohio State player speaks out on Big Ten football season decision.

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Elmore police officer arrested on child-pornography chargeELMORE — An Elmore, Ohio police officer was arrested Tuesday by the FBI on a child-pornography charge after agents executed search warrants at his Elmore...

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Fastest In And Out Dash Into North Market For Beef Pho, EverWe hit North Market for dinner, the 144 year old public market featuring grocers, ethnic cuisines, flowers, wine/beer and delicious desserts. It was conveniently in the Short North district, making the trip extremely convenient for us.

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Second TARTA bus driver diagnosed with coronavirusA second Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority bus driver has tested positive for the coronavirus, but the transit authority renewed its public assurance...

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Convoy dairy farm seeks permitCONVOY  A Convoy dairy farm is seeking approval from the Ohio Department of Agriculture to build a 7.6 million-gallon manure storage pond, which wou.

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Contact tracing 'best strategy' against virus, but some won't cooperateMore often than not, when a person tests positive for coronavirus they answer a series of questions from contact tracers about their symptoms, pre-existing...

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Rudolph Foods holds job fair in LimaLIMA  Rudolph Foods will hold a job fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Ohio delegates to Democratic, GOP nominating conventions are staying homeFour Ohio Republicans will travel to Charlotte for their party's presidential nominating convention. The remaining delegates from both parties will...

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Ohio Tax Collections Up, But So Are Medicaid CaseloadsCOLUMBUS, Ohio  After three months of declines, Ohio took in 8 percent more in taxes than the Office of Budget and Management estimated, though much of that is connected to the delay of the tax deadline to July 15.

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Northeast Ohio remains off list of top 10 counties with the highest COVID-19 occurrence rateCLEVELAND — For the second consecutive week, no Northeast Ohio county was in the top 10 highest COVID-19 occurrence rate in the state.

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Ohio Tax Collections Up, But So Are Medicaid CaseloadsAfter three months of declines, Ohio took in 8 percent more in taxes than the Office of Budget and Management estimated, though much of that is connected to the delay of the tax deadline to July 15.

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Ohio's Nursing Homes Are Running Out Of Personal Protective EquipmentOhio's nursing homes don't have enough personal protective equipment to last another week. That's the finding from a federal agency that deals with.

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Elections board to hold job fair for poll workers, seasonal employeesThe Lucas County Board of Elections is hosting a job fair Aug. 20 and 21 to recruit election workers The board is looking for poll workers to work on...

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Ohio's Nursing Homes Are Running Out Of Personal Protective EquipmentOhio's nursing homes don't have enough personal protective equipment to last another week. That's the finding from a federal agency that deals with Medicare and Medicaid services.

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Three injured in Adrian shootingADRIAN — Three people were wounded in a shooting early Tuesday morning in Adrian. City police were called shortly after 1 a.m.

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Gov. Beshear provides Tuesday update on COVID-19FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday updated Kentuckians on the state’s continuing efforts to fight the novel coronavirus 2019 in the commonwealth.

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Golf Glance: Final shot to qualify for FedEx Cup playoffsField Level Media Golf Glance provides weekly news and storylines from each of the major North American golf tours.

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2020 Ohio State football, fall sports seasons postponedThe 2020 Big Ten Conference fall athletics seasons, which include the sports of football, field hockey, men's and women's soccer, women's volleyball and men's and women's cross country, have been postponed by a league-wide vote of school presidents.

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Ohio enters the unknown with schools; Lucas still among most infected countiesCOLUMBUS — Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday sought to exude confidence in K-12 teachers and superintendents as more than a third of all Ohio public school...

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Body of Missing Ohio River Boater Recovered in OwensboroThe body of a 20-year-old male was recovered from the Ohio River in Owensboro on Tuesday after he went missing when the boat that he and four others were traveling in began to sink early Monday morning.

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Coronavirus: More young adults, children testing positive for virus in OhioThere have been 102,826 total cases of coronavirus reported and 3,708 deaths attributed to the virus in the state, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

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3 local counties top Ohio's list for highest occurrence of COVID-19 casesThree local counties are at the top of a list that calculates the top 10 counties with the highest number of cases per 100,000 people in Ohio.

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Morning Headlines: Akron Schools Halt Sports, Extracurriculars; Ohio Accepts Fed Unemployment PlanHere are your morning headlines for Tuesday, August 11: Akron Schools halt sports, extracurriculars Summit County health officials recommend K-12 schools.

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Former Miamisburg mayor named Mound administratorFormer Miamisburg mayor named Mound administrator.

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Ohio reports 1,015 new coronavirus cases; 97,363 totalThere have been 2,595 confirmed and probable cases to-date in Mahoning County; 1,549 in Trumbull; and 1,671 in Columbiana.

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Ohio State's Twitter Reaction to Big Ten Postponing FootballOhio State players and coaches react to the Big Ten's decision to postpone football until the spring.

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Defensive end Tunmise Adeleye decommits from Ohio StateDefensive end Tunmise Adeleye has backed out of his commitment to Ohio State.

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CareSource invests $50M to support, preserve affordable housingCareSource announces $50M of support for affordable housing.

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This One-of-a-Kind Ohio Campsite Features Rentable Floating Tents on the Great Miami RiverAccording to the Great Miami Riverway website, the riverway is "Ohio's only National Water Trail and the nation's largest paved trail network," connecting nearly 100 miles of river, paved trails, and communities throughout Southwest Ohio.

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Lucas County commissioners amend pandemic operations planWith several area school districts planning for virtual starts to the school year, Lucas County commissioners voted Tuesday to amend the county's pandemic...

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State's new literary trail has stops in central OhioEric Lagatta, The Columbus Dispatch and Barrett Lawlis, Lancaster Eagle-Gazette USA Today Network.

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Hit-and-run driver sought in Ottawa crashOTTAWA  The Ottawa Police Department is asking for the publics help in locating a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run traffic accident Monday.T.

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Ohio, 4 other states removed from New York travel advisoryOhio is among five states that have been removed a travel advisory in New York asking returning travelers to quarantine for 14 days.

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Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich ahead of DNC: 'America needs to go in a different direction'Republican John Kasich, former Ohio governor who sought the GOP presidential nomination four years ago, will be speaking at the Democratic National Convention in support of Joe Biden next week.

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County Executive Pleased as Ohio is Removed from NYS' Incoming Travel AdvisoryNew York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced today that Ohio and three other states - Alaska, New Mexico and Rhode Island - have been removed from the incoming travel advisory.

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Ohio County records 9th COVID-19 deathOWENSBORO, Ky. — The Green River District Health Department reported today the death of another Ohio County resident due to COVID-19.

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WSU waives fees, test requirements to new studentsWaiving the application fee and testing requirement will remove barriers that some students and families may encounter because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rob Durkle, Wright State's chief recruitment and admissions officer, said in a university release Tuesday.

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What will Ohio safety drills look like when students return to in-school learning?After receiving our questions on how to keep students safe, the Fire Marshal's office put out guidance on how to carry out a drill, recognizing that it "may not be possible to maintain social distancing during all portions of a safety drill."

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OCTC extends hours for Fall 2020 registrationOWENSBORO, Ky. — Owensboro Community and Technical College will be open for registration from 9.

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Green River District reporting 9th COVID-19 death in Ohio Co.; No new cases in Hopkins Co.Of those new cases, 12 are in Daviess County, four are in Henderson County, and there is one new case in both Ohio and Union counties.

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LCC Working To Fill A Football Schedule As An Independent8-11-20) While Ohio high school athletic conferences are hastily putting together schedules after the OHSAA made changes to the 2020 football season and one Stateline area school, Lima Central Catholic is hoping fill their independent status dates.

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Dozens of concealed-handgun permit holders in Ohio found to be ‘mentally incompetent,' according to state's reviewOhio Attorney General Dave Yost's office says 41 residents who have an active concealed-handgun license have been deemed "mentally incompetent," meaning they should not possess a firearm.

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Mr. Wok Foods, Inc. recalls multiple meat, poultry products due to misbranding, undeclared allergensWASHINGTON, D.C. — Mr. Wok Foods, Inc., a Las Vegas, Nev. establishment, is recalling approximately 200,000 pounds of meat and poultry products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced today.

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Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich will speak at Democratic National ConventionThe Associated Press reported Kasich is among a handful of high-profile Republicans likely to become more active in supporting Biden in the fall. Kasich was a 2016 Republican candidate for president.

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Multi-vehicle crash snarls traffic on I-75 at state lineThe Toledo post for the Ohio State Highway Patrol is working a crash involving multiple vehicles on southbound I-75 at the state line.

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Ohio's adoption website now features profiles of children in foster careThe Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announced that Ohio's foster care and adoption website now includes profiles of children in foster care who are waiting to be adopted.

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Ohio Pharmacies Becoming Safe Spaces for Domestic-Violence SurvivorsCOLUMBUS, Ohio — Some of the measures intended to help stop the spread of COVID-19 are making difficult times even more challenging for victims of domestic violence.

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Bluffton motorcylist injured in multi-vehicle crash in Wood CountyBOWLING GREEN  A Bluffton motorcyclist suffered serious injuries Monday in a multiple-vehicle traffic accident in Interstate 75 that was caused by a.

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Action Plan Seeks To Bridge Ohio's Workforce Skills GapOhio's business and education leaders have developed a statewide plan to help bridge the achievement gap for workers.

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Toledo police respond to shootings, fights throughout the nightNumerous reports of shootings and other incidents of violence were reported throughout Monday evening, according to scanner traffic.

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Ohio To Pay Out Extra $300 In Unemployment Benefits Under Trump OrderOhio is moving forward with President Donald Trump's executive order to offer additional money for people getting unemployment benefits during the pandemic.

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How to see the Perseid meteor shower in Cleveland and Northeast OhioCLEVELAND — One of the most popular celestial displays in the Northern Hemisphere peaks on Tuesday night, as the annual Perseid meteor shower projects hundreds of shooting stars across the sky.

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Ohio State football's season is on the brink and businesses brace for impactOhio State University's football season hangs in the balance as the Big Ten Conference presidents are reportedly set to vote on whether to cancel, postpone or play the season.

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Wrong way crash leads to second accident south of Bowling GreenBOWLING GREEN — A portion of I-75 south of Bowling Green was closed for several hours Monday into early Tuesday after two related crashes occurred, the...

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Ohio Opens Grant Program For Student Broadband AccessibilityOhio is now accepting applications for schools seeking funds to expand broadband accessibility. That program has lifted a restriction that supporters say will go even further in helping low-income districts.

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Tech Tuesday: TikTok's Uncertain FutureTikTok, the widely popular video-sharing app, faces an uncertain future after President Trump signed an executive order that would restrict transactions in the U.S. after 45 days.

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Ohio National Guard Is Continuing To Help The State's FoodbanksSince the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio National Guard members have been helping foodbanks out with distribution.

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Ohio's Energy Policy After The HB6 ScandalWhen the House Bill 6 scandal first began to unravel, following the federal arrests of former House Speaker Larry Householder and four others, Gov.

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Ohio governor's office expected to address sports in greater detail this weekWith the high school football season a mere 17 days away, here is what we know about Ohio High School Athletic Association sports the first week in August.

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BREAKING: Class of 2021 Defensive End Tunmise Adeleye Decommits from Ohio StateStandout prospect from IMG Academy in Florida has verbally committed to the Buckeyes in April.

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Ohio State Loses Commitment From Elite 2021 RecruitOhio State football lost a verbal commitment this afternoon from one of the top defensive linemen in the 2021 recruiting class.

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Put-in-Bay, Vermillion businesses cited for violating Ohio's coronavirus restrictionsOhio officials have announced two bars have been cited for violating the state's coronavirus restrictions.

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Ohio school asks state supreme court to speed up decision on armed teachers policyAn Ohio school district hoping to enact a policy to arm teachers is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to speed up their decision in light of an approaching school year.

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Ohio State experts offer tips for students who miss normalcy of sports, activitiesFor students at every level who work hard to develop their skills and miss the normalcy of participating in these activities, it can be difficult to deal with these changes.

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Ohio State University community braces for possibility of fall without footballThe tailgates, barbecues and pre-game parties at fraternity houses with large crowds crammed into small spaces is "obviously not going to be the situation" anymore, said one student.

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Patients with privacy concerns three times as likely to withhold details from their doctorsResearchers with CATALYST – the Center for the Advancement of Team Science, Analytics, and Systems Thinking in Health Services and Implementation Science Research – found that patients who were concerned their personal health information could be compromised if their medical records were shared electronically between health care...

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State General, Road funds up from July 2019FRANKFORT, Ky. — State Budget Director John Hicks announced today Kentucky’s General Fund receipGet full.

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Senate Republicans introduce another bill to limit health orders during pandemicSenate Bill 348 is the latest piece of legislation introduced to limit the state health department’s ability to issue orders and defang its power to enforce them in the midst of a pandemic that has killed more than 3,600 Ohioans.

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Ohio State Bar Association and LegalShield partner to provide affordable legal services to OhioansLegalShield is a prepaid legal services provider with a statewide network of attorneys. For one low monthly cost, consumers can become members and gain access to an attorney in their area who can help with a variety of legal issues.

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NY, NJ, CT quarantine list: Ohio among 5 states removed; two addedFive states — Alaska, Ohio, Rhode Island, New Mexico and Washington — were removed from the tri-state travel advisory Tuesday, meaning travelers coming from there will no longer be subject to a 14-day self-quarantine upon arrival in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.Â.

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Check out what was removed between the original and final reports on Ohio PBMsThe removal of seven pages of material between the original and final versions of a much-anticipated report on Ohio Medicaid drug spending has infuriated lawmakers who oversee the agency.

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A Fresh StartReturning to the office last week provided some challenges for keeping myself healthy and safe after months of working from home.

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‘Economic tsunami': US cities and states hit by Covid-19 face dire budget cutsState and local governments facing deep shortfalls wrestle with the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus.

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Case of the Day  Tuesday, August 11, 2020Anyone can make a mistake. Or two. Consider today’s case on mutual mistake. Mutual mistake is a doctrine that started with a barren cow with a fancy name, Rose 2nd of Aberlour , in the case of Sherwood v.

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Fresh COVID-19 cases among children reported in US as schools reopenWashington, Aug 11 : With US President Donald Trump advocating re-opening of schools, the surfacing of packed school hallways in Georgia and news of positive tests on the first day of classes in Indiana and Mississippi has sparked discussions over the risk of coronavirus infections on children, The Washington Post reported.

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Coronavirus in Ohio: Gov. Mike DeWine to outline how COVID-19 affects back-to-school plansThose safety practices will reduce spread in the community, making it easier to hold classes.Â.

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Ohio Crop Tour Goes VirtualDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ohio Ag Net and Ohio's Country Journal crop tour is moving to a virtual experience for 2020!

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Ohio State's Ryan Day: Canceling the football season right now 'would be a mistake'Ohio State football coach Ryan Day said Monday he doesn't think the season needs to be canceled as rumors swirled about the Big Ten Conference putting fall sports on hold due to the coronavirus.

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BRITE reveals partnership with TechGROWTH OhioWARREN — BRITE Energy Innovators will partner with TechGROWTH Ohio, a collaboration that will allow the downtown Warren tech startup incubator to support new energy entrepreneurs in the state.

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Northeast Ohio gas prices increase 4 cents over weekWARREN — The average price for gasoline across northeast Ohio is 4 cents more expensive this week at $2.08 per gallon, according to AAA East Central's Gas Price Report.

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TYLER BUCHANAN: Trump visit to Clyde a reminder of what gets lost when a local newspaper closes shopOhio is supremely lucky to have the amount of quality journalists it has — in print, television, digital and radio.

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Bars, hotels expect continued losses if Ohio State football season is cancelledPeople in the restaurant and hospitality industries are preparing for the worst if Ohio State is not able to have a season this fall.

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Ohio State football season cancellation could mean millions lost for Central Ohio economyIf the Buckeye Football season is indeed canceled, it could have a big impact on the Central Ohio economy.

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