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Harding In The News

In Columbus…the grandson of President, Warren G. Harding and his lover, Nan Britton, go to court in an effort to get the former Chief’s remains exhumed from the presidential memorial…where they have lain since 1927. James Blaesing told an Ohio court that he is seeking Harding’s disinterment as a way …

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Election Fears Grow

An appeals court halts a judge’s order, directing Ohio’s elections chief to allow voters to apply for absentee ballots for the November presidential election by electronic means…something sought by Democrats in the pivotal swing state. The appeals court Friday halts the preliminary injunction, issued earlier that day. The court called …

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FirstEnergy Case Heats Up

Ohio’s consumer watchdog has asked a regulatory agency to conduct an independent investigation of the state’s largest electric utility, FirstEnergy Corp…that federal authorities have tied to a $60 million bribery scheme, involving one of Ohio’s most powerful politicians. The Ohio Consumers’ Counsel want outside investigators to examine whether money collected …

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Richcreek Case Update

The sentencing of an Oakwood man recently found guilty of fatally shooting his brother has been scheduled for next month. Donald Richcreek will be sentenced in a Paulding County courtroom for voluntary manslaughter. We reported Richcreek was indicted by a grand jury in September 2019. Prosecutors say Richcreek shot and …

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Bank Heist In NH

Police in New Haven are searching for two men who held up the Fifth Third Bank on Lincoln Highway East. Police has posted pictures of the suspects, online. Workers at the branch told detectives two men came into the bank and handed an employee a note, demanding cash. The men …

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Duwve Backs Out

Gov., DeWine’s pick for Ohio’s next Health Department director withdraws her name, just hours after the governor announced she’d be the successor to the state’s previous director who resigned abruptly in June. Dr. Joan Duwve withdrew her name from consideration for the position for personal reasons. The state will continue …

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West…Denied.

Rapper, Kanye West will remain off Ohio’s fall presidential ballot after a decision by the state’s high court. In a unanimous ruling, the Ohio Supreme Court found that Secretary of State, Frank LaRose acted lawfully when he rejected the nearly 15,000 signatures and other paperwork the rapper submitted. LaRose cited …

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Injury Accident Near Edgerton

Two people are taken to Community Hospitals in Bryan after a solo crash on U.S. 6, outside Edgerton. Officials say the driver, a female from Indiana, with a 2-year-old child are the victims. They say she was westbound on 6…that’s when she reaches behind her to grab something…gets distracted…and drives …

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Covid In NWOH…Right Now.

The coronavirus in Fulton County…at this hour…203 cases…18 have been in the hospital. There has been one death. Lucas County…6,628 cases and 346 deaths. Defiance County, 217 patients…eight people have died. In Williams County…168 cases and three deaths. Henry County? 246…eight have died. There have been 131,992 cases overall in …

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Checking For Covid In Sewage

A statewide effort in Ohio to track COVID-19, through fecal matter, has expanded to Defiance. The state department has started collecting samples from the city’s water treatment plant. While the process of testing wastewater doesn’t target a single household, it can give a picture of a large amount of cases …

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