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Orangutan bites zoo volunteer, detaches her thumb

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A zoo in Ohio says one of its volunteer’s thumbs became detached when an orangutan reached through a barrier and bit her arm. The Toledo zoo says the volunteer’s injuries were not life-threatening and that she was treated at a hospital. Zoo officials tell The Blade that what happened isn’t the […]
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AP Top Stories January 22 A

Here's the latest for Tuesday January 22nd: Senate Republicans introduce plan to reopen government; Dozens killed in attack on Afghan military base; Plane crash in Ohio kills 2; Man shot dead in Illinois mall.            [Author: AP]
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Two Pilots Died After Their Plane Crashed Into the Front Yard of Rural Ohio Home

The plane had engine trouble shortly after leaving a private airfield near Cleveland
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State Launches Foster Parent Recruitment Campaign

Ohio has nearly 16,000 children in the custody of county children’s services agencies. Gov. Mike DeWine has indicated he wants to increase the number of foster care families available to meet that need, and one effort is getting underway. The state has a new foster care and adoption website that gives Ohioans information on requirements and responsibilities for would-be foster parents. But Bret Crow with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says it is part of a larger public awareness ...
Tags: Ohio, Jo Ingles, Mike DeWine, DeWine, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Bret Crow


Video captures dramatic rescue of dog from icy pond

A terrifying moment caught on video shows what happened after a Golden retriever fell through ice in Ohio.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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Enbridge gas pipeline explosion causes fireball in Ohio

The explosion occurred on Enbridge's Texas Eastern pipeline system and appeared to have destroyed two homes, while firefighters were battling flames on a third as of Monday afternoon, said Chasity Schmelzenbach, emergency management director for Noble County, Ohio. "We got reports flames were shooting (up) 80 feet to 200 feet," Schmelzenbach said.
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Plane crashes into front yard of rural Ohio home; 2 dead

APPLE CREEK, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say two pilots are dead after a plane crashed into the snow-covered front yard of a rural Ohio home shortly after taking off from a private airfield nearby. The State Highway Patrol says initial reports indicate the plane had engine trouble Monday morning after departing Stoltzfus Airfield in Wayne […]
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Ohio amends its employment laws to limit joint employment for franchisors

As the debate over the meaning of "joint employer" continues to rage at both the NLRB and in the federal courts, Ohio has jumped into the debate by passing legislation to limit this definition under various Ohio employment laws. Effective yesterday, franchisors will not be deemed joint employers with their franchisees unless: the franchisor agrees to assume that role in writing or a court of competent; or a court of competent jurisdiction determines that the franchisor exercises a type or degre...
Tags: Law, Ohio, Nlrb, OSHA, FLSA, Jon Hyman


Is cursive writing important to child development?

Ohio has joined many other states in reestablishing cursive in their schools' curricula.Research shows the value handwriting has for developing children's fine motor skills and a connection between words and memory.But experts seem split on whether it's a question of print vs. cursive, or cognitive fluency vs. disconnect.Cursive is set for a comeback.Last month, the Ohio State Legislature added cursive to the Ohio Department of Education's English language arts standards. House Bill 58 requires ...
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Morning Headlines: Northeast Ohio Digs Out, Work Could Soon Resume on Hall of Fame Village

Here are your headlines for Monday, January 21, 2019: Bitter cold moves in after snow Train hits snow plow in Cuyahoga Falls New Hall of Fame Village CEO has game plan for construction Ohio launches adoption/foster parent awareness campaign Department of Aging seeks nominations for Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Super Bowl LIII is set Bitter cold moves in after snow Bitter cold has moved in on the heels of a major winter storm that dropped more than a foot of snow on some parts of Northeast Ohio o...
Tags: National Weather Service, Ohio, Great Lakes, Northeast Ohio, Cleveland Hopkins, ANDREW MEYER, Cuyahoga Falls New Hall of Fame Village


Ohio Health Department investigates doctor for deaths

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The state Department of Health is investigating a doctor accused of ordering potentially fatal doses of the powerful painkiller fentanyl for 27 gravely ill patients who died at an Ohio hospital system. The Columbus Dispatch reports that the Health Department is investigating Dr. William Husel, a former Columbus-based Mount Carmel Health […]
Tags: Health, News, Ap, Nation, Ohio, Columbus, Department Of Health, Columbus Dispatch, COLUMBUS Ohio, Health Department, Ohio Health Department, William Husel, Mount Carmel Health


Brown, Portman Take Different Approaches to Reopening Government

Both of Ohio’s U.S. Senators are speaking out against the federal government shutdown. But Democrat Sherrod Brown and Republican Rob Portman are taking different stances on how to get it back open. Brown says it’s time for Senate Republicans to approve a bipartisan budget despite President Donald Trump’s objections. “There are beginning to be cracks in this ‘whatever the president wants, we do’ view of Senate Republicans and I’m hopeful that continues and it helps us open the government in the n...
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Toledo dominates Ohio 75-52

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Luke Knapke scored all 16 of his points in the first half and Toledo cruised after the break for a 75-52 win over Ohio on Friday night. The Rockets (15-3, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) scored the opening basket eight seconds in and led the entire way. Toledo jumped to a 30-7 advantage […]
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There’s no place for racism in the party of Lincoln

The upcoming federal holiday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. provides a perfect time to reflect on his contributions to our nation and consider how his values can guide our public discourse today. One of Dr. King’s greatest legacies was not only the scope of his accomplishments in advancing equality under the law but the manner in which he undertook them. His methods contrasted dramatically with those of his opponents. King’s crusade for civil rights was waged through peaceful self-sacrifice...
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Government Shutdown Causes Confusion Over SNAP Benefit Checks

Ohioans who depend on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) have been issued checks for February to ensure they don’t go without food during the partial federal government shutdown. But some needy Ohioans mistakenly think they have to use those benefits now. Bret Crow with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says, because of the shutdown, state agencies had to make February SNAP benefits available to recipients by January 20th. But he says some who receive those benefit...
Tags: Ohio, Jo Ingles, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Crow, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Bret Crow


Charges dropped for 3 supervisors in Ohio police shooting

EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — A prosecutor has dropped misdemeanor charges against three of the five police supervisors accused of dereliction of duty for failing to control a high-speed chase that ended with two unarmed black people being killed in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire. Cleveland.com reports East Cleveland Law Director Willa Hemmons announced […]
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Ohio board rejects condemned killer’s request for mercy

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Parole Board on Friday rejected a clemency request by a condemned killer who says he’s innocent of the fatal shooting of a volunteer addiction counselor and is asking that his life be spared. Warren Keith Henness, who goes by his middle name, was convicted of killing 51-year-old Richard Meyers […]
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WIRTW #538 (the “drones” edition)

OSHA is now using camera-carrying drones to investigate outdoor workplaces. The good news? Use is intended to be limited to areas that are otherwise difficult and dangerous for OSHA inspectors to access. Plus, OSHA will not use them without an employer's consent. The bad news? Employers that withhold consent could face OSHA's ire and a search warrant. Plus, the program lacks any protections for things like scope of recording, employee privacy, or third-party access to the video. You can more abo...
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Real Estate Powerhouse: Realogy Leads Industry on the 2019 Swanepoel Power 200

Boasts More than 30 Leaders on Annual Ranking of the Most Powerful People in Residential Real Estate; Features Five of the 20 Most Powerful Women Executives Madison, NJ – Jan. 15, 2019 ( ) Realogy Holdings Corp. (NYSE: RLGY) is home to more of the most powerful people in residential real estate than any other company, according to the 2019 Swanepoel Power 200 list, released today. Realogy placed an industry-leading 32 employees, affiliated brokers and independent sales associates on the Swanepoe...
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Political Shrewdness, Down-Home Charm Put Householder in Speaker's Seat a Second Time

It’s been a long road back to the head of the Ohio House for Larry Householder. The former speaker became the new speaker in a controversial vote, and he’s the first person in almost sixty years to become speaker a second time. He’s being described as a masterful politician with a combination of a down-home charm and calculating shrewdness. “I’m deeply honored to be the leader of this house, the People’s House.” That’s from the speech Larry Householder gave on January 3, 2001 – just after he was...
Tags: Senate, Ohio, HARRIS, Ohio House, Karen Kasler, Perry County, Ashland, Householder, Bill Harris, People 's House, Jo Ann Davidson, Larry Householder


Morning Headlines: Sykes Set to Become Minority Leader; Racial Threats Ongoing at Toledo GM Plant

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Jan. 18: Rep. Emilia Sykes poised to become Ohio House minority leader; Shutdown affects 7,000 Ohio workers; Toledo GM workers say racial harassment is ongoing; Cleveland women's march still on despite snowstorm; Ohio Democrats join criticism against withdrawal from Syria; Cleveland to expand summer programs to year-round; NE Ohio to lose five Eat'n Park restaurants; Rep. Emilia Sykes to become Ohio House minority leader Democratic State Representative...
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Hear Mary Oliver (RIP) Read Five of Her Poems: “The Summer Day,” “Little Dog’s Rhapsody in the Night,” “Many Miles” and “Night and the River”

Poets get to have strong opinions about what poetry should be and do, especially poets as well-loved as Mary Oliver, who passed away yesterday at the age of 83. “Poetry, to be understood, must be clear,” she told NPR in an interview, “It mustn’t be fancy…. I always feel that whatever isn’t necessary should not be in the poem.” Oliver’s Zen approach to her art was to cut right to the heart of things, to honor natural, unpretentious expression. “I don’t know exactly what a prayer is,” she ...
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AEP Urges PUCO To Approve Large Solar Farm

State regulators are holding hearings on what could be the largest solar farm in the state. Supporters say the argument is based on proving the state needs these renewable projects. AEP is touting its solar farm project in Highland County as a way to create thousands of jobs in Appalachia and ramp up renewable energy in Ohio. The hearing is intended to determine if there’s a “need” for a new generation plant, which state law requires. But Evan Blumer with the Appalachian Ohio Solar Supply Chain ...
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In Akron, Gov. Mike DeWine Talks About His New Administration

During his fourth day on the job Governor Mike DeWine paid a visit to Akron. In an appearance at the Akron Roundtable he touched on a range of things his administration is already working on, including how to upgrade funding for local governments. The governor said most services in Ohio are delivered through local government and the state isn’t sending enough money back to the local level to support all that needs to be done. Children’s services especially concern him. “Ohio is fiftieth among al...
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Big symposium on Lockett v. Ohio now published via University of Akron School of Law Constitutional Law Center

In this post last year I noted a call for papers by the Center for Constitutional Law at the University of Akron School of Law to commemorate the Supreme Court decision in Lockett v. Ohio, 438 U.S. 586 (1978).  I am pleased to see that the papers have now been published and are available at this link.  Here they are: Introduction to the "Lockett v. Ohio at 40 Symposium": Rethinking the Death Penalty 40 Years After the U.S. Supreme Court Decision by Margery B. Koosed The Other Lockett by Dennis ...
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Patient’s widow: Hospital safeguards ‘failed tremendously’

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The 44-year-old excavator was taken to the emergency room with shortness of breath. Breathing trouble also sent a 64-year-old woman to the same hospital. A third patient, a 79-year-old woman with health problems, was transferred from an assisted care facility. Now their relatives allege each died because employees at an Ohio […]
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Attorney: New racist threats at GM plant where nooses found

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — An attorney for workers suing General Motors says employees are still facing racial harassment after nooses and racist graffiti were found two years ago at a plant in Ohio. The attorney says one worker found a monkey doll and a racist drawing near his work station this week. The group of […]
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Morning Headlines: Cuyahoga County Inmate Attempts Suicide, Portman Proposes Deal To End Shutdown

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, Jan. 17: Another Cuyahoga County jail inmate attempts suicide; Portman proposes a deal to end the government shutdown; Cleveland Clinic finds doctor didn't overprescribe to patients; Ohio among states gearing up for abortion rights challenge; Cleveland Jewish organizations offer safety training following Pittsburgh shootings; Ohio ranks 24th nationwide for student success; Sterling Jewlers reaches $11M settlement over credit practices; Another Cuyaho...
Tags: Ohio, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Clinic, Portman, Sen Rob Portman, U S Marshals, WEWS, Sterling Jewlers


United States: Tax Analysis: Token Taxonomy Act Would Allow Tax-Free Exchanges Of Virtual Currencies - BakerHostetler

The Token Taxonomy Act, introduced by Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Ohio, on Dec. 20, 2018, would treat so-called "trading pair" exchanges of virtual currency, where one cryptocurrency is exchanged fo
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GM Lordstown Boosters Take a Road Trip

Lordstown’s Drive it Home Campaign is heading to the Detroit Auto Show. Advocates for the local GM plant say they want to create a “presence” in the minds of decision makers in the motor city. The northeast Ohio contingent includes auto workers and union, political and business leaders. Lordstown Mayor Arno Hill says they want to make sure General Motors knows two things: How serious the region is about keeping the Lordstown Complex going, and that the company needs to be more open to communicat...
Tags: General Motors, Gm, Ohio, Detroit Auto Show, Tim Rudell, Lordstown, Mike DeWine, John Husted, Arno Hill, Lordstown Complex, Detroit Auto Show Advocates, Mary Barra Hill