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At the start of the new year, parents may encourage their teens to detox from social media, increase exercise, or begin a volunteer project. While... [Read More]
The Mountain Dulcimer Society of Dayton and an accomplished hammered dulcimer player guest are performing at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center tonight at 7:30pm. Since there... [Read More]
On Friday, Kentucky became the first state with federal approval to implement a so-called work requirement for Medicaid recipients. The commonwealth is one of ten... [Read More]
As athletes gear up for the Olympics, hackers are working hard, too. An unidentified hacker group tried to take over dozens of computers involved with... [Read More]
Kentucky got the green light from the federal government Friday to require people who get Medicaid to work. It's a big change from the Obama... [Read More]
Attorneys for drug companies and local governments from around the country are set to meet in Cleveland for what a federal judge is calling "preliminary... [Read More]
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley has withdrawn from the race for Ohio Governor. Before a crowd at the Dayton Public Library downtown, the mayor thanked those... [Read More]
After Ohio State suspended all male fraternities in November for alarming allegations of student conduct violations, several have since been granted permission to resume their... [Read More]
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has met with two of the five opioid manufacturers the state is suing to try to come up with a... [Read More]
This week has been one long series of candidate shuffling as different Democratic and Republican contenders for governor have either joined forces with other candidates... [Read More]
A state lawmaker is introducing a bill that would require drug companies to slash their prices. The legislation is similar to the measure voters overwhelmingly... [Read More]
While some smaller Ohio school districts are reportedly worried about overcrowding, Northeast Ohio's largest districts say they're prepared to take in ECOT students should the... [Read More]
Ohio's attorney general has met with two of the five opioid manufacturers the state is suing to try to come up with a settlement.  ... [Read More]
All Ohio state lawmakers must receive sexual harassment training following a wave of the sexual misconduct scandals that swept the nation and forced resignations in... [Read More]
President Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order that would extend mental health care to military service members transitioning out of the Armed Forces and... [Read More]
Columbus City Schools, along with many schools throughout the state, are closing early because of ice and snow expected later this afternoon. Ohio Department of... [Read More]
Many schools throughout the state are closing early because the ice and snow is expected later this afternoon. Ohio Department of Transportation crews are preparing... [Read More]
Student entrepreneurs from Case Western Reserve University will be showcasing their products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. The show is... [Read More]
Tito Brown was sworn in last week as the51 st Mayor of Youngstown. Brown is a Democrat, a former city council president and was at... [Read More]
The economy is ticking along and investors seem confident but a new report from has some sobering findings. It says two out of three... [Read More]