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Meeting between Husted, neighbors over tweet is in flux

Meeting between Husted, neighbors over tweet is in flux

The lieutenant governor has insisted that the tweet was intended to call out the Chinese government.
Ohio lieutenant governor faces political test over tweet

Ohio lieutenant governor faces political test over tweet

“Is there any future for the well-mannered Republican? Is there any future for the kind of conservative who doesn’t breathe fire?” University of Cincinnati political scientist David Niven said.
Will the Canfield Fair be safe? County health officials expect 'all hands on deck'

Will the Canfield Fair be safe? County health officials expect 'all hands on deck'

“We always work with the fair to ensure it’s a safe and healthy fair each year. It won’t be any different this year,” said county Health Commissioner Ryan Tekac.
Ohio State Fair to be closed to the general public this summer

Ohio State Fair to be closed to the general public this summer

The fair will focus this year on agricultural and educational competitions for exhibitors and their families and friends.
Five monkeys on the loose in Cincinnati — some swinging from trees to escape police

Five monkeys on the loose in Cincinnati — some swinging from trees to escape police

The Cincinnati Zoo has been called to help corral the monkeys.
Judge temporarily blocks Ohio telemedicine abortion ban

Judge temporarily blocks Ohio telemedicine abortion ban

It was the second Ohio abortion law Common Pleas Judge Alison Hatheway has blocked this week.
Ohio Department of Aging announces additional funding for home-delivered meals

Ohio Department of Aging announces additional funding for home-delivered meals

“This funding comes at a critical time and will help sustain our efforts to provide nutritional food to those that need it,” Ursel J. McElroy, director of the Ohio Department of Aging, said.
UPDATE | Celebrity zookeeper Jack Hanna diagnosed with dementia

UPDATE | Celebrity zookeeper Jack Hanna diagnosed with dementia

The 74-year-old continued to be a spokesperson for the Columbus Zoo until he retired in 2020.
Ohio’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law goes into effect, but Democrats want it repealed

Ohio’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law goes into effect, but Democrats want it repealed

“Shoot first is dangerous legislation that makes us all less safe,” state Rep. Thomas West of Canton said.
DeWine: New Ohio health order cleans up COVID-19 rulemaking

DeWine: New Ohio health order cleans up COVID-19 rulemaking

Though the new order makes little functional change to the state's COVID-19 mandates, we break it down for you.