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Elaine Diehl shares this weeks "Music Notes." Here's Music Notes for the busy week of July 23rd. You'll hear about lots of jazz concerts around... [Read More]
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Hundreds of Syrian rescue workers from the United States-backed White Helmets group have been evacuated through Israel into Jordan, escaping an onslaught by the regime... [Read More]
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The Trump Administration released previously classified documents Saturday related to the FBI wiretapping of one-time campaign adviser Carter Page. Republicans say the documents reveal the... [Read More]
President Donald Trump today accused Beijing of manipulating its currency. This is not a new charge. But what has occurred is an 8 percent fall... [Read More]
A new car vending machine is opening in the Cleveland suburb of Warrensville Heights. The eight-story Carvana facility, which is the company's first in... [Read More]
State representatives plan on returning to Columbus to vote on the payday lending bill. The legislation, if passed, would overhaul the way the industry is... [Read More]
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About 40 people testified Thursday night at a public hearing on a potential offshore wind farm in Lake Erie. The majority of people who spoke... [Read More]
In 1975, "Jaws" became the first movie to gross over $100 million. Its success made it the first summer blockbuster . This summer's shark offering... [Read More]
Kentucky plans to restore vision and dental insurance to nearly half a million Medicaid recipients who lost coverage this month. The state cut coverage after... [Read More]
In a rare move for a president, Donald Trump has criticized the Federal Reserve's decision to hike interest rates. "I don't like all of this... [Read More]
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A South Side children's treatment center is transferring all patients out of the facility amid allegations of staff abuse and unsanitary conditions. [Read More]
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Ohio's unemployment rate was up last month. It was 4.5% in June, compared with 4.3% in May– the lowest level since July 2001. But the... [Read More]
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A convicted killer whose execution was delayed once because of a juror's letter won't be put to death. And Gov. John Kasich has also delayed... [Read More]
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Vick Mickunas 1996 interview with Mark Bernstein One century ago Dayton, Ohio was a hotbed of industry and innovation. In his book "Grand Eccentrics -... [Read More]
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The week of July 23 is Trash Amnesty Week in Covington, where residents can throw away bulk trash items without using the special green stickers... [Read More]
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The debate over how the major party candidates for governor feel about Medicaid expansion has launched into an examination of exactly who are the 700,000... [Read More]
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There have been court challenges by rejected applicants, inspections issues and other problems in putting the state's medical marijuana program into effect. And now there's... [Read More]
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The U.S. economy is going strong nearly a decade after the Great Recession. The unemployment rate was 4.0 percent in June 2018, and fell even... [Read More]
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The city of Oakland, Calif., is experiencing something of a renaissance moment in the movies. You could trace it back to 2013, when the Oakland-born... [Read More]
(Markets Edition) President Trump has criticized the China and the European for allegedly "manipulating their currencies and interest rates lower." Chris Low, chief economist at... [Read More]
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