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A year later, support for Trump in small-town Ohio still strong

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 06:25:29 GMT

Catherine Candisky The Columbus Dispatch @ccandisky Jim Siegel The Columbus Dispatch @phrontpageMarty Schladen The Columbus Dispatch @martyschladenRandy Ludlow The Columbus Dispatch @RandyLudlow "I am not going to mention any politics whatsoever," said the 67-year-old retired state employee from Hebron and usually outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump. More than a year after Trump was elected president, he remains a lightning rod for political debate that divides family and friends, The Dispatch found in the finale of its yearlong "Turning to Trump" series.

Could Ohio, other states lose exemption from marijuana prosecution?

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 21:21:07 GMT

A little-known federal budget amendment that protects growers, processors, sellers and the professionals who work with them might expire this year at the behest of the Trump administration. Now known as the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment, the measure prohibits the U.S. Justice Department from enforcing federal law against medical marijuana in places where it's legal, as it's been in Ohio since last year.

Ohio schools dish out suspensions, other discipline at wildly different rates

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 12:13:29 GMT

School and school districts in Ohio suspend and discipline students at wildly different rates, a Plain Dealer review of statewide discipline data shows, with some taking action five, ten or even more than 20 times as much as the state average. Suspending students, long the standard way to discipline poor-behaving students, has come under scrutiny in recent years, with many questioning whether booting kids out of school helps them behave better and learn more.

Harassment wave no boon for Ohio's woman governor candidates

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 07:53:55 GMT

As predictions increasingly fashion next year's gubernatorial race as a faceoff between Democrat Richard Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine, a question smolders: Wasn't this supposed to be the year of the woman? In other states, female candidates are seizing on post-Hillary Clinton outrage and a wave of sexual harassment allegations against powerful men to bolster their campaigns. In Ohio, a national bellwether state that backed Donald Trump over Clinton last year, the prospects for a female candidate winning the governor's race don't appear bright.

Western Ohio superintendent charged with child rape sues to get back job

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 03:32:41 GMT

An Ohio school superintendent charged with child rape has sued to get his job back. The Springfield News-Sun reports former Indian Lake Schools superintendent Patrick O'Donnell claims in a lawsuit filed in Logan County that he was unfairly fired and that a state referee said the district should wait to decide his job status until after the criminal case concluded.

3 Hurt After Ohio Fire Caused By Attempt To Kill Bed Bugs

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 23:05:11 GMT

Authorities say that three people have been injured and 10 people left homeless after a woman accidentally started a fire while trying to kill bed bugs with rubbing alcohol at a multi-family home in Cincinnati.

Ohio couple told again to get rid of - support' goats

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 18:56:17 GMT

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - An Ohio couple who say their three goats have helped ease the husband's depression has been ordered once again to get rid of them. The Blade reports that Justin and Amanda Held were told during a court hearing Friday in Bowling Green they must remove the animals from their property for a misdemeanor zoning violation to be dismissed.

Ohio couple told again to get rid of 'support' goats

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 18:56:16 GMT

In this Friday, Dec. 8, 2017 photo, Justin and Amanda Held with two of their three goats in Grand Rapids, Ohio. The couple, who say their three goats have helped ease the husband's depression, have been ordered once again to get rid of them.

What to do about Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill, the...

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 16:45:37 GMT

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill, pictured in 2010 when he was an appellate judge running for the Ohio House, has prompted a mini political firestorm in the 2018 Ohio governor's race by declaring his candidacy for the Democratic nomination but declining to step down as justice until late January. originated in England in 1701, and, in America, in the Massachusetts Constitution, scholars found.

Patrol: Truck rear-ends school bus, 9 students injured

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 12:29:36 GMT

Authorities say a tractor trailer rear-ended a school bus in Ohio, sending nine students to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The State Highway Patrol says the accident happened early Friday afternoon on Interstate 71 near Mansfield in north-central Ohio.

Ohio Democratic gubernatorial field complicates strategies

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 08:20:16 GMT

In this March 26, 2015, file photo, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray speaks during a panel discussion in Richmond, Va. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed a massive overhaul of the multibillion dollar debt-collection industry.

Why small towns in Ohio need tax reform: Robert White

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 04:17:12 GMT

An American flag waves in the wind in Willard, Ohio, a town of about 6,000 in southwest Huron County, where farmers are having a hard time getting people to work the fields. Guest columnist Robert White, president of the Ohio State Grange, write that Ohio's small towns and rural communities need tax reform to generate more jobs and income.

Flu season is getting worse, Ohio Department of Health urges flu shot

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 23:47:58 GMT

Two hundred and fifty-seven Ohioans have been hospitalized for the flu so far this season, above the five-year average for this period. But the Ohio Department of Health says it's not too late to get a vaccine to prevent the illness.

Family of Ohio woman struck by bus sues transit agency

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 19:08:24 GMT

The estate of a woman who died after being struck by a public transit bus in Cleveland has sued the transit agency and the driver who hit her. The lawsuit filed Thursday in Cleveland on behalf of Joan Kuendig's children says Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority driver Antoinette Peterkin was negligent when she struck the 69-year-old Kuendig in a crosswalk near Cleveland's Public Square on Dec. 7, 2016.

Christmas Bird Counts to document the snowy owl irruption underway in Northeast Ohio

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 14:26:53 GMT

As the thermometer drops and the snowflakes begin to swirl, birders in Northeast Ohio are looking forward to the biggest event of the season: the 118th annual Christmas Bird Count. Much of the excitement comes from the opportunity to see migrants such as snowy owls and winter finches irrupting from the north, as well as southern species expanding their winter ranges northward.

Offer ideas to Ohio's Opioid Challenge

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 09:51:19 GMT

Much of the technology that has made our lives longer, more productive and more enjoyable did not come from professional researchers. It came from tinkerers - people like you - who had great ideas.

Ohio Official is Accused of Improperly Soliciting Thousands in Fees From a Contractor

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 05:25:43 GMT

Stuart Davis, the chief information officer for Ohio's Department of Administrative Services, is accused by the Inspector General of soliciting thousands of dollars from contractor CGI Technologies and Solutions. A high-ranking official for the state's main administrative business agency is in trouble in a newly released report.