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A bill that would legalize sports betting in the Ohio legislature would also require that the Ohio Casino Control Commission, when choosing licensees, offer preference... [Read More]
The federal government provides twice weekly death data to the state, on Tuesdays and Fridays. [Read More]
'Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States," DeWine said. [Read More]
The Ohio Department of Health provided the latest cases, vaccines, hospitalizations and other data. [Read More]
Suzanne "Chris" Ward, 62, is a business professor at the University of Findlay. [Read More]
DeWine signed a declaration March 9, 2020 that put the Ohio under the state of emergency. [Read More]
The 75-21 vote came nearly 11 months after Householder was arrested and accused of overseeing a $60 million bribery scheme to secure the passage of... [Read More]
Next week is the last drawing for $1 million or a full, four-year college scholarship. [Read More]
Ohio Senate Bill 176 now heads to the House for consideration. [Read More]
Dozens of states already allow students to profit from product endorsements, social media influencing, private lessons or autograph sessions. [Read More]
The Ohio Senate passed an anti-hazing measure on Wednesday, which would increase criminal penalties for hazing and require a statewide plan to prevent the acts... [Read More]
The Ohio Department of Health provides the latest in cases, hospitalizations and vaccines in the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
In all, 20,122 Ohio residents have died with COVID-19. [Read More]
House Bill 248 would prohibit employers from inquiring whether their employees have received vaccines and from being segregated if they have not. [Read More]
The Ohio Department of Health reported 1,107,225 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. [Read More]
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