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Survey: Many don’t realize heart disease is No. 1 killer for women

Survey: Many don’t realize heart disease is No. 1 killer for women

Only 20 percent of millennials correctly identified heart disease as the leading killer.
Register to vote today; vote early Wednesday

Register to vote today; vote early Wednesday

The secretary of state said election officials are working on significant security improvements to ward off possible cyberattacks.
Groups call on state leaders to save safety net programs

Groups call on state leaders to save safety net programs

Some analysts say the president’s budget plan is essentially "dead on arrival" because it won't be taken seriously by congressional leaders.
Should pay stubs for Ohio workers be mandatory?

Should pay stubs for Ohio workers be mandatory?

An Ohio Senate committee is considering legislation that would require Ohio businesses to provide pay statements.
Gov. Mike DeWine announces details of Hands-Free Ohio bill

Gov. Mike DeWine announces details of Hands-Free Ohio bill

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, traffic fatalities on Ohio roads have increased in five of the past six years.
Ohio Senate signs off on stiffer penalties for school bus scofflaws

Ohio Senate signs off on stiffer penalties for school bus scofflaws

The School Bus Safety Act would increase the maximum fine from $500 to $1,000 for motorists who improperly pass a stopped school bus. It also would establish increasing tiered penalties for additional infractions motorists commit within 10 years.
U.S. Census Bureau warns households to beware of scams

U.S. Census Bureau warns households to beware of scams

The Census Bureau will never ask for your full Social Security number or bank account and credit card numbers or passwords. 
Virtual visits open new doors for medical care in Ohio

Virtual visits open new doors for medical care in Ohio

Only a small percentage of people are taking advantage of telemedicine opportunities.
Ohio lawmakers seek standards for safe drinking water

Ohio lawmakers seek standards for safe drinking water

The state does not have established maximum levels for many known drinking water contaminants.
Ohio 4th-graders score 3 points above national average on reading

Ohio 4th-graders score 3 points above national average on reading

The National Assessment of Educational Progress uses the academic results of such tests to improve public education in the U.S.