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Injury Crash Involves Sheriff

Two people were seriously hurt in a crash involving two motorcycles and the sheriff of Paulding County, Saturday afternoon north of Hicksville. According to an Ohio State Highway Patrol news release: At about 2:59 p.m., Jeremy E. Hughes, 41, of Antwerp, was traveling southbound on a 1997 Harley Davidson on …

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Jondreau Briefly Escapes

Cody Jondreau…accused of killing his 9 week old son in Williams County in 2020…tries to break out of jail in Pinellas County, Florida…where he awaits extradition back to Ohio. They say he climbs a fence…bolts across the roof of a building…and jumps off to freedom. But the police soon catch …

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A Drowning At Indian Springs

Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a drowning, Sunday afternoon, in a private lake at Indian Springs Campground. First responders are dispatched to County Road 64…on reports a man…struggling in the water. Moments later…he goes under. Divers from the Steuben County Underwater Rescue and Recovery Team, later locate the body.

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Three Hurt In VWC Crash

A serious ATV crash in Van Wert County. Officials say three men were on a side by side…when they pull into the path of a car at the intersection of State Route 118 and Landeck Road. The three men are badly hurt…one in critical condition at this hour. Two people …

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New Conditions Set For Medical Marijuana

The Ohio State Medical Board approves petitions…to make three new conditions eligible for patients to receive medical marijuana. Huntington’s disease, terminal illness and spasticity are now added to the list. The board voted to reject petitions to add autism spectrum disorder, restless leg syndrome, panic disorder with agoraphobia and spasms …

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Focus Turns To Householder

Nearly a year after federal agents raided the farm of the former Ohio House speaker, his colleagues make their first formal move…towards expelling him from the chamber. Rare bipartisan efforts to remove Republican state Rep., Larry Householder had their initial hearing at the Ohio Statehouse, as fellow representatives finally acted…after …

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DeWine Says Bring It

Gov. DeWine tells the media he is accustomed to facing primary opponents…adding he feels very good about his chances of reelection, next year…despite a growing field of challengers. Joe Blystone, a Canal Winchester farmer and conservative…has been working to build grassroots support for his long-shot challenge to DeWine…and the intraparty …

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More Winners On The Vax-A-Million

The state announces the third pair of Ohio Vax-a-Million winners…even as the initial bump from the incentive program fades and vaccination numbers continue dropping. More than 3.3 million people entered their names for a shot at the $1 million dollars, up a little from the 3.2 million who had registered …

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Ed Funding Fuels Debate

The way Ohio pays for K-through-12 education now and in the future is at the heart of debate over the final version of the state’s $75 billion dollar, two-year budget. The proposal…approved by the GOP-controlled House in April…included elements of the bipartisan Fair School Funding Plan, developed over more than …

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Renacci Throws Hat In Ring

A former four-term congressman from northeast Ohio plans to take on Gov. DeWine in next year’s Republican primary. Jim Renacci…a businessman and former Wadsworth mayor…who served in Congress from 2011 to 2019…is the first serious Republican challenger to the expected reelection bid of DeWine.

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