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Teachers Pension Fund Meeting Deserve More than a Special Audit

October 22, 2021

The teachers Midwest state pension fund is the subject of an audit by state auditor Keith Faber's office. This news did go over big with educators at a meeting Thursday of the pension fund board.

It was first reported, the audit, by the local Public Radio Statehouse News .... Read More

Vax-2-School Scholarships Open for Registration: Ages 12-25 May Apply

October 5, 2021

The Vax-2-School Registration is opening up. Midwesterners from ages 12-25 can win up to $100,000 scholarships in the local region. That is if they have had one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.

The program was announcing by Governor Mike DeWine as part of a statewide eff .... Read More

Council Orders Mask Mandate to Maintain Low COVID-19 Exposure

September 16, 2021

Council in a Midwest state has passed an ordinance that requiring that people wear masks in public indoor spaces. That would be regardless of their vaccination status.

Council Ordinance "Trumps" Executive Order

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Apartment Declared a Public Nuisance: ‘This is no Place to Live’

August 9, 2021

An apartment in the Midwest on the outside of the Colonial Village apartments in a local city has sadly been declaring a "public nuisance" by the city. However, when you go inside, nuisance turns into a nightmare.

Apartment is Really on a Watch List Based on Ca .... Read More

Prison Officials Share a Video of What led to the Inmate’s death

July 21, 2021

Prison staff members with the Midwest state Department of Rehabilitation and Correction are currently under review. This has occurred after an inmate died. Earlier this year, following an altercation.

For the death of Michael McDaniel, 55, the agency is accepting responsi .... Read More

Columbus Area July 4th Fireworks, Parades, and Celebrations

July 1, 2021

In Columbus, Ohio, it should be, in fact, be noted some of the community's 4th of July celebrations, parades, and fireworks have been unfortunately canceling or adapting for 2021. But never fear! In fact, there are some options. There are Fourth of July celebrations that may be primarily at home yet you can, however, celeb .... Read More

Senate Wants to Increase Tax Cuts and School Vouchers in Their Budget

June 4, 2021

Senate is wanting to expand a two percent personal income tax cut. In addition to slashing state dollars for rural broadband. Moreover, increase the amount kids get for school vouchers as part of its two-year budget.

Senate Budget Bill

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Local Population Adds 60 New Persons Daily Within the Last Decade

May 14, 2021

The local population of a metropolitan area gained more than 57 people per day over in the past 10 years from births and new residents. This is according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released in May. It ranks the state's city capital high among large areas regionally and nationwide.

Crime Survivors Wants Lawmakers to Prioritize Needs of its Communities

April 27, 2021

Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice are banding together to ask lawmakers to prioritize the needs of people that are just like them.

A national organization that's goal is to win new safety priorities in states including Ohio, across the country, and attorneys general .... Read More

Lawmakers Look to Overhaul State’s Medical Marijuana System

April 8, 2021

Lawmakers want to do over the state's medical marijuana system also because of parents and physicians. They have all repeatedly asking the State Medical Board to add autism to the list of what they are considering qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. Then, each time it has said no.

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