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Householder Case Update

Ohio’s elections chief has amended his massive list of campaign finance violations against suspects in an alleged $60 million bribery scheme…to include five additional allegations against former House Speaker, Larry Householder. Secretary of State Frank LaRose says a routine examination of state filings by Householder, a fellow Republican, showed five …

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Covid Shots Ramp Up In OH

A mass vaccination clinic, with the capacity to administer 6,000 COVID-19 vaccines a day, will open in Cleveland this month…with support from the Biden administration. The community vaccination center will open on March 17 at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center in downtown Cleveland…after state and federal officials designated the area …

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More Coronavirus Vaccines In IN

More than 8,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in the first three days of a vaccination clinic at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The state’s first mass vaccination clinic runs through today…all appointments have been booked. Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb received a shot at the site on Friday. …

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Injury Accident On Toll Road

Four children and their father are in the hospital after a minivan runs off the road and rolls on the Indiana Toll in Steuben County, near the 135 mile marker. Two of the children were flown from the scene to a Fort Wayne area hospital. The father and two other …

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Tardy Tax Payers…Beware…

Bryan Police releases a list of 239 warrants for residents who have failed to file city taxes. Anyone listed can make an appearance at the Don North Municipal Building, on E. High St., from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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New Coronavirus Benchmarks Announced

Gov. DeWine sets a specific target of reduced coronavirus cases as the benchmark for ending public health orders in Ohio, including mask wearing. Those orders will be lifted…once the state hits the mark of 50 coronavirus cases per 100,000 people for two weeks,. The governor calls the goal “very doable,” …

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FirstEnergy Case Update

The Ohio Legislature appears to be making progress on eliminating most of the provisions included in a corruption-tainted energy bill, now the subject of federal investigations. Lawmakers voted unanimously to approve a bill that removes the most scrutinized provision…a $1 billion bailout for two Ohio nuclear plants that were operated …

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Eitzman Case Update

Gary Eitzman, 53, of Napoleon…charged with purposely running his vehicle into another man’s truck in Henry County in a road rage incident in 2019…faced the court. Instead of reaching a verdict in the case…the judge ordered counsel to submit legal briefs on the matter. A decision in may take some …

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Stay Extended In OH Heartbeat Law

A federal judge extends a temporary stay on Ohio’s 2019 “heartbeat” abortion ban, saying he will delay a decision on whether to permanently block the law until two intertwined abortion cases are decided. U.S. District Judge, Michael Barrett’s order means that enforcement of the law…signed by Gov., DeWine two years …

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Masks Stay On In OH

Ohio’s mask mandate will continue until a “critical mass” has been reached for those who have received the coronavirus vaccine. Despite announcements that mask orders in Texas and other states are being lifted, Governor, DeWine believes it’s important to continue mask wearing and social distancing, as the vaccinations continue. DeWine …

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