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Watch Live: Governor, Columbus mayor to discuss upcoming protests

Watch Live: Governor, Columbus mayor to discuss upcoming protests

Gov. Mike DeWine and Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther will hold a briefing at 10 a.m. to discuss the presidential inauguration protests that are expected to take place in Ohio.
Ohio AG agrees to settlement with charity that claimed to help vets

Ohio AG agrees to settlement with charity that claimed to help vets

“Ohioans always answer the call when our veterans need help and thought they were doing so here. But this wasn’t a charity. It was a disgraceful sham, and we shut it down,” Attorney General Dave Yost said.
Ohio bill would stop evictions, foreclosures during pandemic

Ohio bill would stop evictions, foreclosures during pandemic

“This legislation is a tool to help keep people in their homes during this pandemic, when people are struggling to pay their bills through no fault of their own,” state Rep. Jeffrey Crossman of Parma said.
Calls to reopen classrooms grow as teachers get vaccinated

Calls to reopen classrooms grow as teachers get vaccinated

A report released Wednesday by the CDC adds to the evidence suggesting that children aren't the main drivers of community transmission. It found that increases in reported cases among adults were not preceded by increases among children and teens
Ohio reporting 5,039 new COVID-19 cases; 228 new cases in the Valley

Ohio reporting 5,039 new COVID-19 cases; 228 new cases in the Valley

Statewide, there have been 9,881 confirmed and probable deaths, including 326 in Mahoning County; 295 in Trumbull; and 123 in Columbiana.
Ohio National Guard leaders lead by example in getting COVID-19 vaccinations

Ohio National Guard leaders lead by example in getting COVID-19 vaccinations

“This is a matter of protecting the force. Protect yourself, protect your family, but, most importantly, live your Air Force and Army values and be ready. It’s our responsibility,” Maj. Gen. John C. Harris Jr. said.
Ohio school district tells court it shouldn't have to give workers gun training

Ohio school district tells court it shouldn't have to give workers gun training

Madison Local Schools permitted the arming of its employees after a 2016 shooting in which two students were shot and wounded by a 14-year-old boy.
Ohio plans to vaccinate older folks gradually — contrary to CDC guidance

Ohio plans to vaccinate older folks gradually — contrary to CDC guidance

Although the CDC on Tuesday issued guidance expanding vaccine eligibility to everyone age 65 and older, Ohio is sticking with its plan of limited and gradual access. 
Yost ‘shocked, angered’ at national AG group’s calls to support D.C. march

Yost ‘shocked, angered’ at national AG group’s calls to support D.C. march

NBC News reported Jan. 8 that part of the Republican Attorneys General Association sent robocalls encouraging people to march to the Capitol the day before it was stormed by a mob.
DeWine activates National Guard ahead of Inauguration Day

DeWine activates National Guard ahead of Inauguration Day

Up to 15,000 National Guard members from various states could be deployed to Washington, D.C. during the inauguration