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More than 800 Ohioans are without power Sunday afternoon, according to the FirstEnergy Storm Center. As of 4 p.m., 857 residents have reported that they... [Read More]
More than 800 Ohioans are without power Sunday afternoon, according to the FirstEnergy Storm Center. As of 4 p.m., 857 residents have reported that they... [Read More]
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The Ohio Department of Health has released the latest number of COVID-19 cases in the state.  As of Sunday, June 20, the ODH reported a total... [Read More]
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Ohioans who have registered for any of the other drawings will automatically have their entries carried over. [Read More]
In the past 16 months, Gov. DeWine has shown he cares a great deal about saving the lives of as many Ohioans as possible, while... [Read More]
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If you've been vaccinated but still haven't registered to win $1 million or a full-ride Ohio college scholarship, you have until Sunday night to get... [Read More]
Northeast Ohioans are gathering today to celebrate Juneteenth 2021, an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. At 10 a.m., FOX... [Read More]
Northeast Ohioans are gathering today to celebrate Juneteenth 2021, an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. At 10 a.m., FOX... [Read More]
The state agency Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities can begin serving students with disabilities as young as 14. Support can begin early and continue through... [Read More]
Voting for military and overseas Ohioans has begun for the August 3 Special Election, as well as the Special Election Congressional Primaries for voters in... [Read More]
First Energy is reporting power outages as rain and wind move out Friday afternoon but the threat of severe storms head our way this evening.... [Read More]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)– Another vaccine milestone has been reached in Ohio. On Thursday, the Ohio Department of Health reported more than 5 million people in... [Read More]
Ohio Governor Mike Dewine announced the state would be ending its COVID-19 state of emergency.  During a news conference Thursday, DeWine said the emergency declaration... [Read More]
 Ohioans filed 358 fewer initial unemployment claims for the week of June 6-12, according to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. That brings... [Read More]
Instead of trying to mire Ohio's redistricting process in the same kind of partisanship Ohioans overwhelmingly rejected at the ballot box, Senate President Matt Huffman... [Read More]
More than 3.4 million Ohioans are hoping to hear their names called on television Wednesday night as the penultimate Vax-A-Million drawing takes place. Suzanne Ward... [Read More]
Doctors are urging the public to get vaccinated as the number of Ohioans getting their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine declines. According to the... [Read More]
People are still buzzing about Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's Vax-a Million lottery designed to get as many Ohioans as possible vaccinated against COVID-19. [Read More]
More than 3.4 million Ohioans are hoping to hear their names called on television Wednesday night as the penultimate Vax-A-Million drawing takes place. Suzanne Ward... [Read More]
Many of us went home to work in 2020. That often meant sharing your new workspace with new -- four-legged -- co-workers. We asked Northeast... [Read More]
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