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OSU Professor Faces Major Charges

A medical researcher and professor…who had been working most recently at Ohio State University…pleads guilty to a charge, stemming from what prosecutors called a sophisticated scheme to transfer U.S.-backed research to China. Song Guo Zheng, of suburban Hilliard, and his research groups secured more than $4.3 million dollars in grants …

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Covid In NWOH…At This Hour

The coronavirus in Northwest Ohio…now. Fulton County reports 97 new cases, for a total of 841. The number of overall hospitalizations in the county has increased to 55. There have been 18 deaths there in connection to COVID-19…with one added Monday and one Tuesday. In Lucas County…10,477 cases and 386 …

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Houston Faces Charges

Robert Houston, a Bryan native now living in Pulaski, Tennessee, stands accused of attempted murder. Word is, Pulaski County deputies are dispatched to a domestic call. When they arrive, a woman is found badly beaten, and in need of immediate care. The victim?…Stacy Bostic…she’s from Pioneer. Houston was arrested at …

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Defiance Woman Enters Plea

Carole Ysasaga…the Defiance woman, accused of purposefully ramming a city officer’s vehicle during an attempted traffic stop in May…pleads guilty to assault…DUI and more. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered and her $100,000 cash bond with a 10% allowance provision was continued. Sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 16.

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Crash In DKC

A driver loses control and crashes in DeKalb County…after he passes out from a medical condition. Officials tell reporters the man’s car went off County Road 52, through a field and into a yard…before hitting a tree and overturning. The driver was able to get out of the car and …

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Ziesel Is Convicted

In Toledo…David Ziesel, the West Palm Beach, Fla man, accused of robbing Oakwood’s State Bank branch…is sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison. Prosecutors say Ziesel fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash and was arrested the day after in West Palm Beach…where he kept a scheduled …

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No Bullying In Toledo

The Ohio Supreme Court unanimously sides with three Toledo public school employees…in a lawsuit brought by the parents of a kindergartener…alleging the employees acting recklessly by not preventing bullying by another student. The parents, who are only identified by their initials in the lawsuit, claim that their child’s cheek was …

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DeWine At The Podium Tonight

Gov., DeWine will give a statewide address tonight, making it the second time he will make a public appeal about the severity of coronavirus, since the pandemic began in March. The governor will speak on the critical stage Ohio is at in battling COVID-19 and its impact on Ohio moving …

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Kudos To TU

Trine University’s online accounting degree program is one of the best in the United States, that’s according to a national college ranking website. ValueColleges lists the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Accounting program, offered through TrineOnline, among its Top 25 Best Online Accounting Bachelor’s Degrees for 2021. The website notes …

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Two More Covid Deaths In WC

COVID-19 claims two more people in Williams County. Over 600 now have come down with coronavirus. The two deaths were confirmed over the weekend. They were the first COVID deaths reported in the county since a woman in her 60s died on Sept. 28. Over the weekend?…66 new cases. 321 …

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