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Ohio tops 4,000 COVID-19 cases

Ohio tops 4,000 COVID-19 cases

Mahoning County leads the state with 15 deaths
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel cancels Italian Festival for 2020

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel cancels Italian Festival for 2020

The annual Italian festival was originally scheduled for July 23-26, 2020.
Ohio to begin randomly testing for coronavirus

Ohio to begin randomly testing for coronavirus

This random testing of a small sample of Ohio's population could help health officials determine the coronavirus' spread within the state.
Ohioans now urged to wear homemade masks

Ohioans now urged to wear homemade masks

Wear masks when you go out, but use homemade masks and continue staying away from other people.
More than 100 dead and 1,000 hospitalized: Ohio's confirmed coronavirus cases reach 3,739

More than 100 dead and 1,000 hospitalized: Ohio's confirmed coronavirus cases reach 3,739

Ohio marked a grim milestone on Saturday.
Watch: Gov. DeWine's April 4 updates on coronavirus crisis

Watch: Gov. DeWine's April 4 updates on coronavirus crisis

Watch Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Dr. Amy Acton give their daily updates on the coronavirus at 2 p.m.
Third FCI Elkton inmate dies as coronavirus crisis ramps up in prisons

Third FCI Elkton inmate dies as coronavirus crisis ramps up in prisons

A staff member has tested positive for coronavirus.
Lawmakers push for direct funding to smaller areas in COVID-19 legislation

Lawmakers push for direct funding to smaller areas in COVID-19 legislation

Without targeted stabilization funding, smaller localities will be unable to continue providing critical services needed to confront the coronavirus, the lawmakers said.
Acton pressed to release more COVID-19 data in hard-hit regions

Acton pressed to release more COVID-19 data in hard-hit regions

"I think it's so early in this to tell what this data actually means," the health chief said as Mahoning County's cases and death rate were addressed at the daily coronavirus update.
DeWine details prisoners who may see early release

DeWine details prisoners who may see early release

The governor said none of the 38 — of the state's nearly 49,000 prisoners — who were screened for early release were violent or sexual offenders.