Chance of storms, heavy rain on hot, humid WednesdayToday we will start out sunny, but we will see a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon, and some of which could produce heavy rain, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Physician Named University of California's First Black PresidentDr. Michael Drake was chosen Tuesday to be president of the University of California, the first Black leader in the system's 150-year history.Ohio News Shared .
Crash closes I-70 in Mad River Twp.; CareFlight called to sceneWestbound Interstate 70 is closed and CareFlight has been called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash just to the west of Interstate 675, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Ohio No-till events and COVID-19We are confident we can safely gather 50 to 75 at each site. We'll stay outside if necessary.Ohio Ag Net - Ohio's Country Journal Shared .
Ohio Ag Weather and ForecastWe wish we had different or better news for you this morning, but all we can say is the current weather pattern rolls on.Ohio Ag Net - Ohio's Country Journal Shared .
Youths seen in former elementary school before fireThere were about 15 juveniles at 10:15 p.m. reported running around inside the former Valerie Elementary School building at 4020 Bradwood Drive in Harrison Twp., according to the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
C.J. Hicks is aiding Al Washington in recruiting linebackers to Ohio State football's 2022 class: Buckeyes Recruiting RoundupLinebacker is going to be a significant focal point for Ohio State football's 2022 recruiting class.MSN Shared .
Northeast Ohio Weather: Heat index in the 90s again todayThere is a disturbance rolling through southern Michigan this morning and that is a trigger for storms to our west so we will keep an eye on that as well.Jeff Tanchak Shared .
Mechanicsburg students claim theatre awardsDuring this past school year, Mechanicsburg High School has been a participant in the Miami Valley High School Theatre Awards , a program designed to celebrate, support and advocate for high school theatre education throughout the Miami Valley region.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
The cost of zero waste: Ohio State's use of prison labor sparks scrutinyMore than 8,000 people and counting signed a change.org petition created June 18 that demands Ohio State end its use of prison labor in its game-day recycling efforts.The Lantern Shared .
Man in SWAT standoff accused of shooting at neighbors over fireworks disputeThree men told Dayton police that Jason Toscano fired a gun at them, and that earlier they had a dispute with him because they were setting off backyard fireworks.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Red Cross blood donation scheduled in WapakonetaWAPAKONETA — There will be a blood donation opportunity from noon to 6 p.m. Friday, July 17, at First English Lutheran Church, 107 W.The Lima News Shared .
Moraine opens Payne Rec Center as cooling placeThe Payne Recreation Center, 3800 Main St. in Moraine, will be available from 7 to 11 a.m.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
DeWine orders masks be worn in counties hit hardest by coronavirusGov. Mike DeWine announced a new public health order on Tuesday to require that people wear masks in the seven "red" counties that have been hit the hardest by recent coronavirus infections.The Lima News Shared .
Lima Police Department investigates shootingLima police are investigating a shooting. According to officers, it happened around 5:45 p.m. Tuesday at 4th Street Apartments, 758 E.The Lima News Shared .
My own personal greats and grandsLately I seem to have been retreating from the regular rhythms of life. There are, of course, the general health concerns surrounding the pandemic, as well as a minor but related disappointment: as I was wrapping up my annual sewing projects for the county fair, I learned there will be no needlework display / competition this year.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
Expanding broadband internet accessThis pandemic has been the Great Revealer. It's exposing so many inequities in our society, and it's affecting nearly every aspect of our lives.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
COMMUNITY CALENDARContact event organizers for updates before attending events / meetings during the COVID-19, July 9Champaign County Board of Elections.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
Ohio gives schools go-ahead to resume fall sportsIt’s not quite clear what will take place inside school buildings, but on the athletic fields, the state is hoping for teams to take the field and play all fall sports, including high-contact sports like football.WSYX Shared .
Algal bloom found along Maumee River near downtown, but tap water safeDon't swim, wade, or dip your toes in the Maumee River downtown now. And if you must kayak, do so with extreme caution.Toledo Blade Shared .
Coronavirus: More people eligible to donate plasma, CBC saysConvalescent plasma is considered an experimental treatment, but the antibody-rich plasma has proven effective in helping severely ill COVID-19 patients recover.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Red Cross blood donation scheduled in SpencervilleSPENCERVILLE — There will be a blood donation opportunity from noon to 5 p.m. Thursday, July 16, at Spencerville Nazarene Church, 317 W.The Lima News Shared .
Red Cross blood donation scheduled in MinsterMINSTER — There will be a blood donation opportunity from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, July 16, at Knights of Columbus, 40 N.The Lima News Shared .
George JamesonLIMA — In 1888, Lima's Daily Democratic Times judged there were "no prettier homes in this part of Ohio" than the Baxter house, set.The Lima News Shared .
Letter: World today a crying shameI am 70 years old and have post traumatic stress disorder. I cry each time I see another statue being threatened in any way.The Lima News Shared .
Letter: Insurance ignores mental healthI am a former employee of Procter and Gamble. My husband still is. With all of the anxiety the kids have experienced from being schooled from home, I have needed to access mental health support for my child.The Lima News Shared .
Letter:Trump must be re-electedWe have seen the Democrats rallying to Biden because they have nowhere else to go.The Lima News Shared .
Junction Ave. could be closed two weeks by sewer failureA sewer collapse that closed part of Junction Avenue in central Toledo may take two weeks or more to repair, a city spokesman said Tuesday.Toledo Blade Shared .
Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefitsAt least a dozen lawmakers have ties to organizations that received federal coronavirus aid, according to newly released government data, highlighting how Washington insiders were both author and beneficiary of one of the biggest government programs in U.S. history.The Lima News Shared .
Employees at Put-in-Bay businesses to be tested for virus by end of weekPUT-IN-BAY, Ohio — The recent coronavirus outbreak on South Bass Island is prompting health officials to test all employees from Put-in-Bay area businesses...Toledo Blade Shared .
Golf Glance: Workday first of Muirfield double dipField Level Media Golf Glance provides weekly news and storylines from each of the major North American golf tours.Ohio News Shared .
Dean's list released at Miami UniversityLexi McNamara of Lima is one of those students who made the list. ht.The Lima News Shared .
Lucas County moving, consolidating polling sites for November electionThe coronavirus pandemic is reshuffling some polling sites for the November election, including senior centers, apartment complexes, and buildings where...Toledo Blade Shared .
Ohio Supreme Court to hear Moundbuilders' appeal on golf course leaseThe Ohio Supreme Court announced Tuesday it will hear an appeal from Moundbuilders Country Club on lower court rulings allowing the Ohio History Connection to reclaim the golf course property by eminent domain.Newarkadvocate Shared .
Cincinnati PD, Norwood PD and Butler Co. Sheriff won't enforce Ohio mask orderCincinnati Police and the Butler County Sheriff say they will not enforce Gov. Mike DeWine's order requiring masks in public for counties with high numbers of COVID-19 cases.WCPO Shared .
College football face coverings issue unresolvedCOLUMBUS — Ohio State football players who returned to voluntary workouts at the beginning of June did so with a variety of COVID-19 related guidelin.The Lima News Shared .
Horrendous final quarter saps Ohio tax collectionsCOLUMBUS — Ohio closed the books on the last fiscal year on June 30 with tax revenues coming in nearly $1.1 billion below estimates.Toledo Blade Shared .
After 2 Year Vote Fraud InvestigationReported By Adam Casalino - July 6, 2020 URL of the originating web What's Happening: President Trump made a major promise during his 2016 campaign to end corruption within the government, or to "drain the swamp." It's become so common for government officials to bend the law to benefit themselves, it almost seemed as if Americans...What Did You Say? Shared .
Ohio 161 reopened after New Albany man dies in Licking County fatal crashA New Albany man has died following a single-vehicle crash along Ohio 161 in Licking County, according to Ohio Highway Patrol dispatchers.Newarkadvocate Shared .
Red Cross blood donation scheduled in PandoraPANDORA — There will be a blood donation opportunity from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 9, at Pandora United Methodist Church, 108 Washington St.The Lima News Shared .
19 Investigates: How will Ohio pay for extended unemployment benefits?19 News first alerted you about the benefits extension Monday.Hannah Catlett Shared .
Former Comptroller of Catholic Diocese of Steubenville David A. Franklin pleads guiltyFormer Comptroller of Catholic Diocese of Steubenville David A. Franklin pleads guilty to tax crimes, embezzlement - The former comptroller of the Catholic Diocese of Steubenville pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to failing to pay the Internal Revenue Service payroll taxes withheld from the paychecks of diocesan employees, to filing false...STL.News Shared .
Watch out for toxic methanol-based hand sanitizerFDA reported it found or suspects the ingredient is in 17 products manufactured by Mexican-based companies.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
ONU makes SAT, ACT scores optional for admission in 2021ADA — Ohio Northern University has made SAT and ACT scores optional for some incoming students in the fall of 2021.The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in.The Lima News Shared .
Michael Drake, former Ohio State leader, picked to replace Janet NapolitanoA physician who recently stepped down as president of Ohio State University will become the University of California's 21st president and its first Black leader, taking over the $37 billion system next month at a time of extraordinary upheaval and financial disarray because of the coronavirus pandemic.MSN Shared .
Butler County sheriff says he will not help enforce mask orderButer County Sheriff Richard Jones said he will not help enforce the Ohio Governor's orders Tuesday for mandatory mask wearing in the county in battling the coronavirus.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
News charge filed against Fairborn man accused of luring girlsA Fairborn man who police say tried to lure young girls near Baker Middle School in 2018 has been indicted on additional charges.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Fairborn basketball back to summer training after player tested positive for COVID-19The Fairborn High School basketball team went back to summer training on Tuesday after one player te...My Dayton Daily News Shared .
6 Ohio prisons to begin in-person visits"One of the most significant changes we made in response to COVID-19 was the suspension of in-person visitation," said Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Director Annette Chambers-Smith.WEWS Shared .
Camden sues Cargill, seeks $3M for alleged water contaminationThe village of Camden has filed a lawsuit against food processing giant Cargill Inc. and three other companies seeking to recover more than $3 million.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Supporters line procession route to pay respects to Officer DiaThough his hand shook, Kevin Ward stood at attention in full uniform in 90-plus-degree weather for more than 40 minutes near the entrance of Toledo...Toledo Blade Shared .
Red Cross blood donation scheduled in LimaLIMA — There will be a blood donation opportunity from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 14, at the American Red Cross Allen County Chapter House, 610 S.The Lima News Shared .
'We're ready to go to bat for you:' Ohio Attorney General offers help with canceled ticket refunds'We're ready to go to bat for you:' Ohio Attorney General offers help with canceled ticket refunds.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Gov. Beshear provides Tuesday update on COVID-19Andy Beshear on Tuesday updated Kentuckians on the state's continued efforts to fight the novel coronavirus 2019.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
3 things 'ZeroZeroZero' gets right about the cocaine tradeThe Amazon Prime Video series "ZeroZeroZero" shows U.S. viewers an accurate picture of the modern cocaine trade that's rarely seen on screen.Ohio News Shared .
Horses for Courses: Workday Charity OpenDH in Dublin. Dion Dublin? Nah, Dublin, Ohio. "Let's play two! " was the famous cry of Cubs hall of fame shortstop Ernie Banks.Glass Houses Shared .
Slain Toledo officer fondly remembered for time in LimaSlain Toledo Police Department Officer Anthony Dia was remembered as an engaged, optimistic and caring young officer who started his law enforcement career at Mercy Health-St. Rita's Medical Center in 2017.The Lima News Shared .
CORONAVIRUS: Seven Ohio Counties To Be Under Mask Wearing Mandate This WednesdayOhio Governor Mike DeWine has taken action to help combat the coronavirus pandemic. He has issued an order to have residents and visitors wear masks or face coverings in public in seven of the state's counties.93.1 WZAK Shared .
How to stay cool during Central Ohio's heatwaveThere are more hot days ahead in Central Ohio. For more than a week now temperatures have been at 90 degrees or higher.WSYX Shared .
Fairborn Bluegrass and Brew Festival canceledFairborn has canceled the Bluegrass and Brew Festival because of the coronavirus pandemic.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Popular 'Fireflies on the Water' exhibit to reopen at TMAThe Toledo Museum of Art is reopening an interactive art installation by popular Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama on July 21.Toledo Blade Shared .
Fallen Ohio officer's letter: 'I hope I died with bravery'TOLEDO, Ohio — The mayor of Ohio's fourth-largest city said during a memorial service Tuesday that a police officer shot and killed over t.Wilmington News Journal Shared .
Big Brothers Big Sisters Golf Outing rescheduledOTTAWA — The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Putnam County's ninth annual Golf for Kids' Sake scramble has been rescheduled to 1 p.m.The Lima News Shared .
John Grindrod: Into each life some rain must fallWe collect them and place credence in them as we go through life, those pithy aphoristic one-liners that remind us that the bird in our hands is far better than the two in that nearby bush and that our longest journeys indeed do begin with our first steps.The Lima News Shared .
Coronavirus: Miamisburg golf course closes after employee tests positiveMiamisburg City Manager Keith Johnson said that the case has been reported to Public Health Dayton and Montgomery County and the agency has begun the process of contact tracing.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Coronavirus: Pop-up test sites coming to Franklin, LebanonNo appointment is needed. People should bring their insurance card, if they have one. There will be no out of pocket cost for anyone, and a health care provider's referral is not needed, according to the Warren County Health District.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
FirstEnergy's Ohio Customers Can Save Money and Energy Through Smart ThermostatAKRON, Ohio, July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Residential customers of FirstEnergy Corp.'s. Ohio utilities - The Illuminating Company, Ohio Edison and Toledo Edison - can save energy and earn a rebate up to $75 through September 30, 2020, with the purchase of an ENERGY STAR certified smart thermostat.FirstEnergy Corp. Shared .
Rhodes State Board of Trustees to meet virtually for special meetingThursday, July 9, via Zoom. The board will go into executive s.The Lima News Shared .
Shawnee's Stallkamp receives STAR ScholarshipLIMA — Leah Stallkamp, a recent graduate of Shawnee High School, has received a $2,500 scholarship through The P.E.O. Sisterhood, an international ph.The Lima News Shared .
Today's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemicCOVID-19 cases, deathsAllen County: Cases: 323. Deaths: 41. Updated 2 p.m. 7/7/20Auglaize County: Cases: 107.The Lima News Shared .
Special casket being built for conjoined twinsBEAVERCREEK, Ohio — A custom casket is being built for the funeral of the world's longest-surviving conjoined twins, who died July 4 in Ohio of.The Lima News Shared .
ODNR remains mum on details of Grand Lake St. Marys deathA media spokeswoman for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources on Tuesday said no additional information is as yet being released to the public surrounding a deadly accident involving two people on a personal watercraft at 12:40 a.m.The Lima News Shared .
Ohio Supreme Court again declines to hear Toledo lead caseIn a move that one attorney said could have broader consequences for public health in Ohio during the coronavirus pandemic, the state Supreme Court on...Toledo Blade Shared .
Woman suspected of dealing meth tests positive for methLIMA — A Lima woman who was out on bond while facing charges of trafficking in methamphetamine found herself back behind bars on Tuesday.The Lima News Shared .
Mary Trump book not nice to Uncle DonWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is the product of a deeply dysfunctional family that makes him a uniquely destructive and unstable leader for the.The Lima News Shared .
Air Quality Alert issued for July 8th and 9th in Central OhioThe Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has issued an Air Quality Alert for July 8th and 9th in Central Ohio.WSYX Shared .
Coronavirus: Dayton Children's Hospital lays off some workersThe pediatric hospital did not share how many people were laid off. The hospital reported 3,342 employees, on its 2018-2019 annual report.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Face coverings to be required in seven Ohio countiesThe order takes effect at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 8. It does not apply to children under the age of 10 or any other minor who cannot safely wear a face covering.WSAZ Shared .
'We're ready to go to bat for you:' Ohio AG offers help with canceled ticket refundsIf you haven't gotten a refund for a canceled event, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost wants to offer assistance.MSN Shared .
John Kasich says Donald Trump is having "meltdown."Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich said this week that President Donald Trump is "having a meltdown" over poor polling - and he is ruining the Republican brand.Cincinnati Shared .
Ohio health order OKs contact competition in high school sportsTesting for COVID-19 among new requirements that will be re-evaluated on July 15; interim association director also named.CBSSports.com Shared .
Plant enthusiasts preparing for next year's 'Secret Garden' TourLocal residents Cindy and Paul Shivers are busy re-working their charming woodland backyard in preparation for next year's Carriage House and "Secret Garden" Tour.Ohio News Shared .
Clinton County Homeless Shelter's Donation Center to reopenWILMINGTON — The Clinton County Homeless Shelter is reopening its Donation Center Drop-Off in Wilmington on Monday, July 13.Donors can pull into the.Ohio News Shared .
Masks ordered in 7 hardest-hit coronavirus countiesCOLUMBUS — Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday reversed course again and ordered the mandatory use of face masks in Ohio's seven counties hardest hit by...Toledo Blade Shared .
OSU's best opponents past 3 decades: Up first, the defenseWhen the Big Ten Network announced its All-Decade team last week it reminded me how many great players I have seen play against Ohio State in writing about.Ohio News Shared .
It's history in the making: General Denver has long history, bright futureEditor's Note: With the recent sale of the General Denver - which will remain in local hands under General Denver Investments with members of the Sodini and Roberts families - Clinton County History Center Executive Director Shelby Boatman has researched and written on the history of the iconic venue in downtown Wilmington.Ohio News Shared .
'Pop' in for Yoders' wafflesSomehow Sundays just put a relaxing slant on everything. I'm not sure what it really is - perhaps, it is the family times or the fact that it's The Lord's Day that add extraordinary blessings.Ohio News Shared .
Briefs: WCS board sets special meeting — will discuss schools reopening; Port Authority to meetWCS board sets meetingThe Wilmington City School Board of Education will have a special meeting at 7:15 a.m.Ohio News Shared .
6-under wins Senior outing at ElksThe team of Dave Doyle, Pete Fentress and Dave Miller had a 6-under par 30 on the front nine Tuesday and won the Senior Golf League outing at the Elks 797 Golf Club.Ohio News Shared .
Clinton County June marriage licensesWILMINGTON — Below is a marriage licenses report from Clinton County Probate Court. It includes the names of the couple, their towns of residence, ag.Ohio News Shared .
Safe at home? Off-field behavior will be decisive for MLBMIAMI — Reliever Nick Vincent signed last week with the Miami Marlins and settled in for two days of quarantine in his hotel room while awaiting.Ohio News Shared .
PGA Notebook: Koepka catch up in FedEx CupThe question was perplexing to Brooks Koepka, perhaps because it was missing specific context or because it takes a lot to make him worry.Ohio News Shared .
Dayton couple serving homeless warned for not wearing masksA couple who was serving the homeless over the weekend was warned by Dayton Police for not wearing masks.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Ohio's oldest abortion clinic, founded shortly after Roe v Wade, is closingOne of three abortion clinics in Columbus, and the oldest facility in Ohio, is closing this week after 47 years.Cincinnati Shared .
Former Ohio State President Michael V. Drake Appointed for Same Role at CaliforniaDrake's last day as OSU President was June 30 and he will take over the University of California system on August 1.BuckeyesNow Shared .
Coronavirus in Ohio: DeWine requires masks in seven counties, including CuyahogaWith Ohio's spike of coronavirus cases showing no signs of easing, Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday required residents of the seven worst-hit counties, including Cuyahoga County, to begin wearing face coverings." We continue to have a great concern about Franklin County as well as the other red counties," DeWine said, calling the limited mask order a...Akron Beacon Journal Shared .
Upper Valley Medical Center president Tom Parker to retireUpper Valley Medical Center in August started to build an addition on the south side of the hospital that will expand its cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Michigan State lands another five-star recruit in ChristieMichigan State landed five-star shooting guard Max Christie one week after the top high school player in the nation, Emoni Bates, said he'd play for Tom Izzo in East Lansing next season.Ohio News Shared .
Coronavirus: Mask order issued for Montgomery, Butler countiesGov. Mike DeWine announced a public health order for seven counties, including Montgomery and Butler counties, listed as having a very high risk of coronavirus exposure and spread.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Former Ohio State University President Michael V. Drake Named Next University of California PresidentDrake to become the first Black president of the sprawling public school.WSJ Shared .
'This is not our final goodbye': Officer Dia honored by family, fellow officers at funeral serviceFamily, police, and firefighters celebrated the life and mourned the death of slain Toledo policeman Anthony Dia at a funeral service inside University of...Toledo Blade Shared .
Women's British Open to be played without fansThe Women British Open and Ladies Scottish Open will be played without fans next month due to the coronavirus pandemic the RampA announced Tuesday.Ohio News Shared .
Coronavirus: 58,904 total cases, 2,970 deaths reported in OhioThere have been 58,904 total cases of coronavirus and 2,970 deaths attributed to the virus in the state, according to the Ohio Department of Health.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Findlay police give chase to unidentified motorcyclistFINDLAY — City police pursued a motorcyclist on Monday at speeds up to 120 mph over a distance of 11.4 miles, dropping the pursuit at the Seneca County...Toledo Blade Shared .
Toledo council president ends meeting after charged members refuse to leaveThe bribery and extortion scandal that has rocked Toledo City Council threw council into further chaos Tuesday when President Matt Cherry abruptly...Toledo Blade Shared .
Former Ohio State hoops star sentenced to jailSometimes those blessed with exceptional skills do not live to their potential. Most of the time, a player simply does not develop their game enough to excel.247Sports Shared .
Burger King offers $1 shake just in time for summer heat waveIf you are looking to cool off with the perfect summer time snack try Burger king's new Mini Shake for only $1.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Ohio State and community partners developing project to seal criminal recordsCriminal records are as common as college degrees, but the consequences are far-reaching and detrimental to the ability to achieve economic and social prosperity - the American dream.Ohio State And Community Partners Developing Project To Seal Shared .
Toledo Public Library to hold Black Lives Matter book groupToledo Lucas County Public Library is seeking to promote Black authors and books through a virtual Black Lives Matter book group.Toledo Blade Shared .
GRDHD reports 23 new confirmed COVID-19 cases, 1 in Ohio CountyTuesday, July 7, 2020, the Green River District Health Department reported 23 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases, 13 in Daviess County, six in Henderson County, one in Ohio County and three in Webster County.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
Heat wave: How to protect yourself from heat-related illnessesGreene County Public Health is reminding people to take extra steps to stay cool as high temperatures and humidity result in heat indices from 95 to 100 degrees.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Coronavirus: Hamilton issues notice of possible exposurePatients from a Hamilton Urgent Care are being warned they may have been exposed to the coronavirus...My Dayton Daily News Shared .
It Was Time For A Change In OHSAA LeadershipThe issue being overlooked by those supporters, the OHSAA needed a leader, not a cheerleader.Stateline Sports Network Shared .
Panera bakery-cafe near the Dayton Mall closes after 15 yearsThat had operated since 2005 is now closed, although a new and larger replacement is under construction nearby and will open in 2021, a spokeswoman for the Panera Bread's Dayton-area franchise owner said.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
BREAKING NEWS: Local library worker tests positive for COVID-19Local public health officials confirm positive coronavirus case at Centerville library.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Simpson gets jail time, probation for selling fake drivers' ed certificatesCalling his celebrity both a blessing and a curse, an Allen County judge on Tuesday sentenced Greg Simpson to probation, community service and 30 days in jail for providing falsified drivers' education certificates to a handful of Lima students.The Lima News Shared .
DeWine mask mandate: Reactions to Ohio governor's order for 7 countiesAs confirmed cases of the coronavirus continue to rise across the country, state officials are taking steps to flatten the curve.Cincinnati Shared .
Woman found dead inside barrel in Middletown identifiedA Somerville woman has been identified as the person found dead last week in a barrel in Middletown.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
July 2020 FCS Gathering CANCELLATIONThank you for submitting your survey responses. Your answers were very insightful. At the time of the survey, you were 50/50 in your July gathering response.French City Society Shared .
More than half of new coronavirus patients in Ohio are under 40Data summarized from the state health department confirms the national trend of younger Americans getting infected with COVID-19.TheHill Shared .
Coronavirus in Ohio: DeWine announces mask requirement for seven counties, including FranklinWith Ohio's spike of coronavirus cases showing no signs of easing, Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday required residents of the seven worst-hit counties, including Franklin, to begin wearing face coverings in public beginning at 6 p.m.MSN Shared .
Ohio Legal Help Provides 'Umbrella of Resources'Ohio Legal Help has resources relating to unemployment benefits, evictions and foreclosures, among others.Spectrum News 1 Ohio Shared .
Putnam County court recordsPutnam County Common Pleas CourtThe following individuals were indicted June 30 following a session of the Putnam County Grand Jury.The Lima News Shared .
Coronavirus in Ohio: County mask requirements come as hospitalizations spikeThe state reported 43 more virus deaths and 134 additional hospitalizations on Tuesday.MSN Shared .
Mysteries of the Maya and towering dinosaurs will greet visitors when the Cincinnati Museum Center reopensMysteries of the Maya and towering dinosaurs will greet visitors when the Cincinnati Museum Center reopens.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Ohio governor to mandate masks be worn in certain countiesOhio Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday he is issuing a mandatory mask order in counties experiencing high levels of coronavirus spread.TheHill Shared .
Last words of Ohio police officer who was fatally shot during Independence Day weekend releasedAn Ohio police officer's final words have been released after he was shot and killed over Independence Day weekend.Washington Examiner Shared .
Regional hiring event set for Wednesday: Dayton BusinessWorking hours for these positions will be 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. Starting pay is up to $16 an hour with medical, dental and vision insurance available on the first of the month following the date of hire.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Put trash containers out one hour earlierRepublic Services notified the public Tuesday that refuse collection in the Toledo marketplace will start one hour earlier than normal.Toledo Blade Shared .
Ohio allowing competitive games, tournaments in all sports through July 15 under guidelinesSports throughout the state of Ohio have been shut down since March as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.MSN Shared .
Masks Divide Ohio StatehouseAs masks start to become mandatory in cities across Ohio, at the Statehouse, this medical issue looks more like a political one.Spectrum News 1 Ohio Shared .
Gov. DeWine mask order: Here are the 7 counties in Ohio where masks are requiredOhio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Tuesday that face masks will be required in seven counties where the coronavirus is spreading rapidly.Cincinnati Shared .
Court docs: Man accused of putting woman's body in barrel went to prison for child porn convictionA Middletown man facing felony charges for allegedly cutting off the fingers and tattoos of a woman then putting her in a barrel served a prison sentence for charges related to child pornography.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Former Ohio State Point Guard Aaron Craft Preparing For The Basketball Tournament, Medical SchoolBut first, he is playing in The Basketball Tournament, a winner-takes-all event, which could be his last major sporting competition.Forbes Shared .
Ohio offers more benefits in coronavirus era: Dayton BusinessState will offer extended unemployment benefits.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Red Cross blood donation scheduled in Miller CityMILLER CITY — There will be a blood donation opportunity from noon to 6 p.m.The Lima News Shared .
Life In A Cleveland Steel MillThis episode originally aired on March 9, 2020. Eliese Goldbach never dreamt that the ArcelorMittal steel mill she passed often as a child growing up in Cleveland would one day be her workplace.All Sides with Ann Fisher Shared .
Live: Funeral service begins for Toledo Police Officer DiaFuneral service Family, police, and firefighters are celebrating the life and mourning the death of slain Toledo policeman Anthony Dia at a funeral...Toledo Blade Shared .
In a pandemic, efforts to kill the Affordable Care Act might be getting dicierThe move comes as more than a million Ohioans are estimated to have lost health coverage because of coronavirus-related job losses.View From The Pugh Shared .
More than 6,100 new Ohio COVID-19 cases in July so farHowever, Ohio's epidemic curve depicts slower growth than case explosions seen in Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, Nevada, California, South Carolina and Florida.View From The Pugh Shared .
Best of the Region: QuizBest of the Region, featuring our readers' favorite things in the area, will be published Sunday, July 26.The Lima News Shared .
Sadness marks African-American community leaders' response to councilmen arrestsThe FBI's recent arrest of four of the five African-American Toledo City Council members has inspired strong emotions and raised concerns among other...Toledo Blade Shared .
NSA designates Wright State center for cyber defense educationWright State University has won a federal designation as a go-to center for cyber defense education.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Butler County soccer player stands while others kneelFor the last four years, since former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began sitting...My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Commuter Cast: Heatwave bearing down on Ohio, plus don't forget about the RTA transit repairsWe'll keep you updated with the latest weather and traffic on Commuter Cast.Alan Rodges Shared .
Republicans support for Trump jumps from 85% to 91%A new Gallup poll showed Monday that 38 of Americans approve of President Donald Trump White House performance a figure lar.Ohio News Shared .
Today's Lima News Daily BriefingHere are today's top stories from The Lima News for Tuesday, July 7.Lima City Council approved paying up to $20,000 for eligible city employees to ta.The Lima News Shared .
Brown's Farm Fresh Produce named a 2020 Certified Farm MarketIn Farm, Local, News by OC Monitor StaffJuly 7, 2020Leave a Comment.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
Ohio research brings to light brain injuries from domestic abuseA recent federal report showcased the Ohio Domestic Violence Network's CARE project.MahoningMatters.com Shared .
Significant Number of Youth at DJJ Graduate from High SchoolFRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice announced today that in keeping with.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
LinkUS mobility implementation programme launched in OhioThe City of Columbus, Central Ohio Transit Authority , and Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission recently unveiled LinkUS, a collaborative effort with private sector and neighbourhood partners that allows for mobility implementation efforts within the region to be centred under one programme.Intelligent Transport Shared .
Coronavirus hits home in Ohio General Assembly: Capitol LetterRotunda Rumblings Not positive news: State Rep. Stephanie Howse announced on Twitter late Monday afternoon she tested positive for the coronavirus.MSN Shared .
Some Unemployment Will Be Extended In OhioCOLUMBUS, Ohio — An extra 20 weeks of unemployment compensation will be made available to eligible Ohioans once they have exhausted their other benefits.WOUB Public Media Shared .
Bellbrook schools to seek levy in November after two rejectionsThe school board will take the final vote to put a 5.7-mill tax levy on the ballot at a Thursday night school board meeting.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Troy exploring outdoor drinking areaTroy officials are exploring establishing a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area, or DORA, for its downtown joining Tipp City and other area communities in creating or looking to create another option for visitors.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Kings Island Orion roller coaster debuting at park opensKings Island's new giga coaster is already garnering positive reviews from guests.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Passenger numbers down at Dayton airport: Dayton BusinessPassengers down at Dayton Airport, but service is slowly being restored, director says.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Ohio extends unemployment benefits 20 additional weeksThe federally funded Extended Benefits program provides Ohio residents receiving traditional unemployment with a total of 59 weeks of benefits and individuals who filed for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance a total of 46 weeks of benefits.Crain's Cleveland Business Shared .
Ohio is stretching jobless benefits another 20 weeksIn the COVID-19 era, with Ohio's unemployment rate pegged at 13.7% in May, Ohioans who exhaust their unemployment benefits may be eligible for more.MSN Shared .
Ohio Agencies Look to Reduce Racial Bias in Child WelfareCOLUMBUS, Ohio — Racial inequalities in the children-services system are not a new problem, but recent civil unrest around the country is helping to shed light on the issue.Cleveland Scene Shared .
NFL Draft Prop: Ohio State Running Back Trey SermonOhio State transfer currently has seventh-best odds to be the first RB taken in next year's NFL Draft.BuckeyesNow Shared .
This week in Bears history: July 6-12With the NFL set to celebrate its 100th birthday on Sept. 17, 2020, here's a look at what transpired this week in Bears history.Ohio News Shared .
Hot, humid with chance of storms; Heat index to reach into 100sWe will have a calm start to today, but chances of showers and cloud cover will rise throughout the morning.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Dave Chappelle hosted a music festival in Ohio on July 4Perhaps no performer has been as active during the coronavirus pandemic than Dave Chappelle, especially when it comes to events in Ohio.MSN Shared .
Reports: Police pursue robbery suspect after he crashes in Butler Twp.A pursuit of a suspect in an armed robbery in Beavercreek ended in Butler Township at around 1:30 a.m., according to Huber Heights dispatch, which covers Butler Twp.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Northeast Ohio Weather: 90-degree heat and humid today; scattered storms inland this afternoonThe storms will develop by 1:00 p.m. Locally heavy rain a definite threat with these storms since they will be moving at less than 20 mph.Jeff Tanchak Shared .
Drunken Ohio man damages Subway restaurant, makes own sandwich, puts cheese in pocket, police sayAccording to WJW-TV, Don Peters, 44, is facing charges of disorderly conduct, violating the open-container law and criminal damaging in connection with the incident, which took place shortly before 1 p.m.WSBTV Shared .
Stretch of heat hits as area deals with COVID shutdowns, recessionAbove normal temperatures in the 90s - with heat indexes making it feel like 95-100 degrees &m...My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Do Ohio State and other college football teams need masks to practice and play during COVID-19?Ohio State football players who returned to voluntary workouts at the beginning of June did so with a variety of COVID-19 related guidelines.MSN Shared .
Coronavirus: Portman sponsors substance use telehealth billAccess was temporary expanded during the pandemic. The bill could make this permanent.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Montgomery County names new top building officialMontgomery County has named Robert Martin manager of building regulations to replace Maury Wycoff, w...My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Ohio State football offensive line previewOn this Buckeye Talk episode, Nathan Baird, Stephen Means and I get back to position group previews for the first time since the middle of May.MSN Shared .
Coronavirus restrictions and reopenings in Northeast Ohio for Tuesday, July 7, 2020Masks are now required in public, indoor spaces in Beachwood. The city joins a growing list of cities, including Cleveland, Columbus and Dayton, requiring masks be worn in public as officials try to slow another outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Ohio.MSN Shared .
40-year-old man dead after crash in Hocking County, OhioJames Blosser succumbed to his injuries, and was pronounced dead at the scene by the Hocking County Coroner's Office.WTAP Shared .
Black Fashion Designers From OhioFrom Cincinnati to Cleveland Here's a List of Black Designers Living and Creating in Ohio.Magic 95.5 FM Shared .
Shady Bowl races 3 days during the holidayDeGRAFF — Shady Bowl Speedway celebrated the Fourth of July with three days of racing.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
Roundabout redo nearly finishedOn Wednesday, July 8, RB Jergens Contractors Inc. and its subcontractors will remobilize to downtown Urbana to work toward completion of work items on the.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
County adds 1 COVID-19 caseAccording to local health officials, Champaign County data increased by one case for a total of 41 COVID-19 cases as of Monday at 2 p.m.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
St. Paris library reopensST. PARIS - The St. Paris Public Library opened its doors to the public Monday, after being closed weeks due to COVID-19 concerns.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
Ohio High School Athletic Association names interim executive directorOhio High School Athletic Association. Board of Directors President Dan Leffingwell announced Monday that Bob Goldring has been named interim director, effective immediately.WSYX Shared .
Lima Council approves early retirement planLIMA — Lima City Council gave the chief of staff permission Monday to negotiate a voluntary retirement incentive program.The Lima News Shared .
Power restored to mostPower has been restored to most after more than 1,500 customers lost power Monday across the region as temperatures reached the mid-90s.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Bob Goldring Named OHSAA Interim Executive Director, Snodgrass OutOhio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors President Dan Leffingwell has announced today that Bob Goldring has been named interim executive director, effective immediately.Stateline Sports Network Shared .
2 suspected killers from Northeast Ohio captured by US MarshalsBoth were wanted for gunning down their victims, according to authorities.John Deike Shared .
Newcom's Tavern closes temporarily; worker has positive COVID-19 testFifth St. in Dayton, announced Monday evening that it will be closed through July 17 as a precaution.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Former St. Marys And O-G Coach Takes Over Kentucky Team7-6-20) Josh Leslie has been named the new boys basketball coach at Louisville. Seneca. The RedHawks finished 21-10 last season and will return seven of its top eight scorers.Stateline Sports Network Shared .
Jerry Snodgrass out as Ohio High School Athletic Association executive directorThe Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Bob Goldring as the interim executive director Monday night.WCPO Shared .
Restarting Ohio: Employee's positive COVID-19 test temporarily closes Newcom's Tavern5th St. in the Oregon District, will be closed until July 17 to allow for a thorough sanitation of the entire building, management said Monday in a social media post.WHIO Shared .
Who are the best offensive football players Ohio State has faced in the last three decades?When the Big Ten Network announced its all-decade team last week it reminded me how many great players I have seen play against Ohio State in writing about OSU football since 1992.Sidney Daily News Shared .
LaRose instructs election boards on how to spend federal aidCOLUMBUS — County election boards must use the nearly $13 million they'll receive from the federal government to buy personal protection equipment, hire...Toledo Blade Shared .
What Voting Might Look Like In Ohio This NovemberOhio has more of an idea about what this November's election will look like now that the state's election chief has handed down a directive outlining details to Ohio's 88 county boards of elections.Jo Ingles Shared .
Gov. Beshear provides Monday update on COVID-19Andy Beshear on Monday updated Kentuckians on the state's continued efforts to fight the novel coronavirus 2019.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
At home COVID-19 testing kits soon to be in Ohio, first available to any Kroger employeeAn at-home coronavirus testing kit has just been approved by the FDA and Ohio is one of the first states to get it.WSYX Shared .
Ohio educators plan for the upcoming school year with guidance from the stateThe new school year in Ohio is a little more than six weeks away, and Covid-19 will create a new reality for students when they return to the classrooms.WCHS Shared .
Ohio reports 22 traffic deaths over July 4th weekendThe Ohio State Highway Patrol is reporting 22 people lost their lives in 21 traffic crashes during the July Fourth reporting period, which began Thursday, July 2 and ended Sunday, July 5.WTAP Shared .
Ohio extends unemployment benefits amid COVID-19 pandemicOhio's unemployment rate showed signs of improvement in May but many businesses have yet to fully reopen.Cincinnati Shared .
Dayton police called 12 times for new coronavirus mask lawSome area cities consider mask law, but Huber Heights says not unless state requires it.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Air Quality Alert: Delay Gassing Up And Mowing In Northeast OhioThe heat wave and low winds elevated Ozone levels Monday, making it hard to breathe for some with respiratory illness.Ideastream Shared .
Dry weather stressing Ohio cropsHot and dry weather came back into the state causing drought stress in crops, according to Cheryl Turner, State Statistician, USDA NASS, Ohio Field Office.Ohio Ag Net - Ohio's Country Journal Shared .
Death toll 22 in Ohio traffic crashes over July 4th weekend, OSHP saysThere were 22 people killed in 21 crashes over the Fourth of July holiday weekend, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reported Monday.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Ramp from 844 to northbound 444 in Fairborn closed this monthThe on-ramp from Ohio 844 to northbound Ohio 444 will be closed for most of July.My Dayton Daily News Shared .
Residential Real Estate Market In Ohio Robust Despite PandemicThe COVID19 pandemic has hurt a lot of businesses but not the residential real estate market in Ohio.Jo Ingles Shared .
Kenton man arrested for home intrusion, vehicle theft; attempts suicide in Allen County jailA Kenton man who broke into a garage and stole a vehicle, leading police on a high-speed chase - and who later attempted to commit suicide while in the Allen County jail - is back in jail on an around-the-clock watch.The Lima News Shared .
US Supreme Court Says States May Punish 'Faithless Electors'The U.S. Supreme Court has four simple words for members of the Electoral College who fail to back the winner of their state's popular vote in presidential elections.Ohio News Shared .
1 million bond set for woman charged in Lima woman's deathLIMA — Bond was set at $1 million Monday for a woman accused of murder in the June 3 shooting death of Tarissa Sanders on Atlantic Avenue in Lima.The Lima News Shared .
Masks now required aboard Put-in-Bay, Middle Bass Island ferriesPUT-IN-BAY — All ferry passengers going to and from Put-in-Bay or Middle Bass Island and the mainland docks in Port Clinton and Catawba Island,...Toledo Blade Shared .
Ohio Pool Reopens, Implements State GuidelinesThe Upper Arlington pool is reopening and guests can reserve a 2-hour swim period online.Spectrum News 1 Ohio Shared .
Toledo Police will suspend single-officer patrols while police killing is under reviewToledo's police chief has suspended one-man patrol units as the department continues to review the killing of an officer early Saturday morning.Toledo Blade Shared .
A Welcome Glass of DeWineOver the last few weeks as summer has finally officially arrived with the summer solstice ushering in the season in the Northern Hemisphere, things have felt different in the United States.Iamprobablynotwearinganypantsrightnow Shared .
Ohio News DigestGood afternoon. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Ohio.WVLT Shared .
DeChambeau rises to No. 7 as majors odds shrinkBryson DeChambeau vaulted three spots to No. 7 in the official world golf rankings the day after his victory at the Rocket Mortgage Classic.Ohio News Shared .
Richland County confirms 331 COVID cases, eight more since SundayIn the first five days of July, thirteen people in Richland County began experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, according to the Ohio Department of Health.Mansfieldnewsjournal Shared .
PGA calls off plan for fans at Memorial over virus fearsSpectators will not be allowed at next week's Memorial tournament, the US PGA Tour announced Monday, citing concerns over the Covid-19 pandemic that is spiking near the host course.Ohio News Shared .
Northeast Ohio Native American organizations call for Cleveland Indians to change nameFour Northeast Ohio Native American organizations have issued statements regarding the Cleveland Indians announcement to discuss changing the team name and are all pushing for the team to move forward with the decision to change the name after decades of fighting for the name change.WEWS Shared .
Controversial, unwanted statues accepted by Ohio cityAs cities across the US remove statues and memorials dedicated to figures in American history that some view as divisive, one Ohio city has offered to house eight of them.CNN Shared .
Photo gallery: Community visits memorial for fallen TPD officer DiaA memorial for Toledo Police Officer Anthony Dia attracts many visitors and grows larger on Monday.Toledo Blade Shared .
Remembrance Of Things Past: Bobby Knight Throws A ChairNote - The college football version of Bobby Knight was Ohio State's Woody Hayes - who today is remembered outside of Ohio at least as - the coach who punched the player from Clemson which ended his coaching career.Slicethelife Shared .
Ohio Town Announces It's a 'Sanctuary City' for Historical StatuesThe manager of a small town in Ohio has declared his municipality a "sanctuary city" for statues being toppled in other parts of the country....The Daily Signal Shared .
NMUSAF reopens to publicRIVERSIDE — July 1 marks the reopening of the National Museum of the United States Air Force to the public.Urbana Daily Citizen Shared .
Dayton street may be named after Ohio Players funk bandA campaign is under way to commemorate the Ohio Players legacy by designating a portion of Hillcrest Avenue as Ohio Players Way.Daytondailynews Shared .
Suicide in Ohio: 37 counties above the national average, report saysSuicide in Ohio: 37 of 88 counties above U.S. average, and the pandemic could cause a spike.Cincinnati Shared .
Site of recent homicide catches fireToledo firefighters were called to the one-and-a-half story residence in the 900 block of Fries Avenue...Toledo Blade Shared .
Unidentified man's body found in Toledo backyardToledo police have started a death investigation on an unknown man who was found in a central-city backyard on Saturday.Toledo Blade Shared .
GRDHD reports 24 new confirmed COVID-19 cases, 11 in Ohio CountyMonday, July 6, 2020, the Green River District Health Department reported 24 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases, five in Daviess County, four in Henderson County, 11 in Ohio County, one in Union County and three in Webster County since July 3, 2020.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
Competency exam ordered for Lima murder suspectLIMA — The man charged with murder in the 2017 shooting death of Lima resident Shannon Scott will undergo a psychiatric evaluation later this month u.The Lima News Shared .
Union FurnaceAs an Ohio-based film critic seeking out Ohio-based indies to provide professional reviews for, I had to be asked whether I knew Nicholas Bushman, and the name was completely foreign to me.Nathanzoebl Shared .
PGA Tour scraps plans for fans to attend Ohio Memorial tournamentGolf chiefs have ditched plans to allow 8,000 fans into the Memorial Tournament in Ohio next week.The Times Shared .
Vandals tear down statue of abolitionist DouglassA statue of Frederick Douglass has been torn down in Rochester, New York state, on the anniversary of a famous speech that the escaped slave, abolitionist leader and statesman gave in the town 168.The Times Shared .
Columbus Park of RosesThe Columbus Park of Roses is a must see when visiting Columbus, Ohio and is a favorite for those here in central Ohio who come every year to see the beauty the park has to offer...What's Happening Ohio Shared .
Council to discuss ethics legislation during agenda review TuesdayToledo City Council will discuss ethics legislation, including a resolution imploring four of its members to resign, when councilmen meet Tuesday for an...Toledo Blade Shared .
State Rep. Stephanie Howse says she has tested positive for the coronavirus: first Ohio lawmaker to publicly announce illnessStephanie Howse, a Cleveland Democrat, announced on Twitter late Monday afternoon she tested positive for the coronavirus the day before.MSN Shared .
OC Fiscal court approves annual bids, earmarks flex funds for road repairGet full access to the Ohio County Monitor and support quality local journalism with a $5 monthly subscription, or SAVE with a longer subscription.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
Latest Ohio news, sports, business and entertainment at 11:20 a.m. EDTAuthorities say a man angry that a firework exploded near his apartment complex shot at the man who set it off, sparking a standoff that lasted for several hours.WVLT Shared .
KYTC reminds drivers to obey posted speed limitsFRANKFORT, Ky. — As the Commonwealth reopens and traffic continues to increase, the Kentucky Transportation.The Ohio County Monitor Shared .
Information limited in Grand Lake St. Marys jet ski deathOfficials from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources are investigating a deadly accident involving two people on a personal watercraft which occurred early Monday morning at Grand Lake St. Marys.The Lima News Shared .
Lima Regional Planning Commission to meetLIMA — The Lima-Allen County Regional Planning Commission Executive Committee will meet at 4 p.m.The Lima News Shared .
Ohio extends unemployment benefits during COVID-19 pandemicAn additional 20 weeks of unemployment benefits will be available to out-of-work Ohioans during the coronavirus pandemic.MSN Shared .
Ohio lawmaker tests positive for COVID-19Ohio Rep. Stephanie Howse shared Monday that she had tested positive for the novel coronavirus.MSN Shared .
Coronavirus in Ohio: 805 more cases, spike might show up in more hospitalizationsOhio's COVID-19 spike may now be showing up in more hospitalizations.Cincinnati Shared .
Ohio extends unemployment benefits to those impacted by pandemicOhio residents without work due to the coronavirus pandemic now have access to additional benefits from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.WSYX Shared .
Death toll 22 in Ohio traffic crashes over July 4th weekend, OSHP saysThere were 22 people killed in 21 crashes over the Fourth of July holiday weekend, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reported Monday.MSN Shared .
Michigan man climbs fence into Mud Hens stadiumA Temperance, Mich., man was transported to a hospital after he sustained multiple injuries from allegedly climbing over the Mud Hens stadium fence.Toledo Blade Shared .
'PAW Patrol Live! ' shows at Ohio Theatre rescheduled for April 2021VStar Entertainment Group announced Monday that the performances of PAW Patrol Live! “The Great Pirate Adventure” originally scheduled for August 28-30 at the Ohio Theatre have been rescheduled to April 3 and 4, 2021.WSYX Shared .
Coronavirus: New reported cases in Ohio increasing since beginning of JulyThe highest reported number this month came on Thursday, July 2 when the state reported a total of 1,301 new cases.Daytondailynews Shared .
Hamilton County is red on Ohio's new COVID-19 map. What does that mean for you?Planning a visit to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden? You'll need reservations and they recommend you wear masks.Cincinnati Shared .
Coronavirus In Ohio: Live CoverageWOSU is providing updates about the coronavirus and COVID-19 in Ohio. Find the most recent news and information below.Gabe Rosenberg, Michael De Bonis, Nick Houser Shared .
Weekly Reporter RoundtableDaily new coronavirus cases in Ohio have steadily increased from around 400 to more than 1,000.All Sides with Ann Fisher Shared .
Fallen Ohio police officer had final message for his familyAn Ohio police officer killed in the line of duty on Fourth of July had one last message for his loved ones: "Tell my family I loved them".Fox News Shared .
Air Quality Advisory in effect for several Northeast Ohio countiesAccording to the National Weather Service, the air quality levels will be unhealthy for sensitive groups.Alan Rodges, Jon Loufman Shared .
Coronavirus in Ohio: Nursing home worker dies of COVID-19 after refusing to abandon patientsMaybe someday, after COVID-19 is defeated or at least put in its place, Claudia Boughman and others like her will be honored.Cincinnati Shared .