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70-year-old Toledo woman found dead in her yard, the victim of an apparent dog attack; Ohio Redistricting Commission approves new state legislative maps; Cuyahoga County is one step closer to building a new jail in Garfield Heights;
Verdict reached in Akron case of teen who died from injuries after a fight in a parking lot of the I Promise school; northeast Ohio high school football coach resigns after he was accused of using the
Concern over anti-Semitic incidents at a suburban Cleveland high school football game; Governor DeWine’s school bus safety taskforce holds 2nd meeting; some important deadlines are coming up for voters in Ohio’s November 7th election; Buckeyes spot improves
Two more Ohio plants on picket lines as UAW strike expands; Governor DeWine planning to make Narcan available at highway rest areas; judge temporarily blocks overhaul of Ohio’s K-12 education system following lawsuit; twin baby tigers born
First responders find newborn infant deceased when called to a medical emergency west of Columbus; President Biden orders FEMA and other federal agencies to help in East Palestine; Stellantis announces temporary layoffs in Toledo as UAW Strike
Redistricting commission tries again to draw new legislative maps; survivors of sexual abuse at the hands of Boy Scout leaders testify at statehouse to try to get state statute changed; Cleveland offering incentives to attract new paramedics;
Ohio’s Attorney General says three Columbus Zoo execs stole more than $2 million dollars over a decade; alleged hazing incident leads BGSU officials to put head hockey coach on administrative leave and to suspend 3 players; new
Railroad worker killed in an accident at a railyard near Toledo; workers in northwest Ohio walking the picket line during day 4 of the UAW strike; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ousts a board member over
UAW members on strike at three plants, including one in Ohio; school bus crash near Columbus sends one person to the hospital; no meeting today for redistricting commission; Cleveland-area high school holds football game with no fans.
Video shows a Dayton school employee hitting a 3-year-old special needs student on the head then carrying the child by the ankles; Police are investigating possible hate crimes against Amish residents in Medina County; state committee on
Driver in Ohio’s 3rd school bus crash this month has a history of traffic violations; state’s supreme court is considering whether Ohio State University students should be refunded for Spring 2020 when Covid-19 disrupted the semester; Akron’s
Stark County school bus crash, the third in Ohio in less than a month, sends students to the hospital; new bill at statehouse would protect students who take time off for religious reasons; Ohio-based Smuckers acquires Hostess
Ohioans pause to remember 9/11; fighter jet experiences emergency during training flight over northwest Ohio; an Ohio lawmaker will resign after two arrests in domestic violence case; Marietta’s Sternwheel Fest a success.
Six kids from a school district in Northwest Ohio were hospitalized after their bus was hit on I-75; Governor Mike DeWine says a state legislator should step down; Covid-19 deaths remain steady – and low – in
AEP Ohio looks to increase rates next year; thousands of Ohioans could be on strike next week; police in Lorain say one of their officers was justified in fatally shooting a family’s dog earlier this summer; Bengals