Ohio’s libraries say they’ll lose money if the state budget stays as is – and they won’t share in the billions that the state and local governments will get from the American Rescue Plan.
Columbus City Schools announced the return of in-person graduation ceremonies for this year’s graduating class.
While the panel upheld Facebook's suspension of the former president, it said the company's indefinite ban was wrong and gave Facebook six months to either ban Trump permanently or reinstate him.
The city of Dayton has sued the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and the U.S. Department of Defense for failing to stop water contaminants from entering a source of the city’s drinking water.
One of the four bills that address the interaction between police and people on the streets, including protestors, could have stopped what’s become a common practice – videotaping cops on the job.
COVID-19 vaccination rates have slowed in Ohio and across the country, and combined with new mutations of the virus circulating, health officials fear herd immunity may be out of reach.
Health, Science & EnvironmentHospitals have a lot of tests to find a problem, such as X-rays, MRIs and CT scans. But studies show that Black and Hispanic patients are less likely to get this imaging in an emergency, and that might lead to other health issues.
The head of the Senate committee looking over the House-approved version of the state budget says he’s concerned that the new school funding formula...
Mount Carmel Health System is refusing to release the names of officers involved in the fatal shooting of Miles Jackson in the St. Ann's Hospital emergency room last month.
The first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Richard Cordray will be overseeing federal student loans. And in that role, he will be figuring out how to deliver on promise President Biden made on student debt.
The company said in late March that clinical trials showed the vaccine elicits "100% efficacy and robust antibody responses" in adolescents.
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