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Kasich talks guns, Trump and Congress during CNN interview
 Ohio Gov. John Kasich went on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday and talked about guns, Congress and President Donald Trump. Here’s some highlights: “Do I think they can do anything on guns? I hope they prove me wrong and they can because I have no confidence in them.” “We need leadership out of the executive.&rdquo...

Posted: 6 days ago

Ohio Gov. John Kasich went on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday and talked about guns, Congress and President Donald Trump. Here’s some highlights: “Do I think they can do anything on guns? I hope they prove me wrong and they can because I have no confidence in them.” “We need leadership out of the executive.&rdquo...
Gov. Kasich orders flags at half-staff to honor slain officers
 Ohio’s governor on Monday ordered flags flown at half-staff around the state to honor two police officers killed over the
            weekend in suburban Columbus.
             The order from Republican Gov. John Kasich applies to flags at public properties and will be in place until the officers
            are interred.
         ...

Posted: 13 days ago

Ohio’s governor on Monday ordered flags flown at half-staff around the state to honor two police officers killed over the weekend in suburban Columbus. The order from Republican Gov. John Kasich applies to flags at public properties and will be in place until the officers are interred. ...
Omarosa says she would ‘never’ vote for Trump again
 Central State University graduate Omarosa Manigault Newman, who worked for President Donald Trump and was one of his earliest vocal supporters, says she would “never” vote for him again. On the season premiere of Big Brother on CBS, Manigault Newman said “God no. Never. Not in a million years, never.” She graduated...

Posted: 16 days ago

Central State University graduate Omarosa Manigault Newman, who worked for President Donald Trump and was one of his earliest vocal supporters, says she would “never” vote for him again. On the season premiere of Big Brother on CBS, Manigault Newman said “God no. Never. Not in a million years, never.” She graduated...
Montgomery, Preble County Republican parties back DeWine
 The Republican parties in Montgomery and Preble counties have endorsed Attorney General Mike DeWine in the race for governor. The move comes as voters have yet to decide on the primary between DeWine and Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor. Election Day is May 8. RELATED: Who is running for governor? “These endorsements continue to show tremendous...

Posted: 18 days ago

The Republican parties in Montgomery and Preble counties have endorsed Attorney General Mike DeWine in the race for governor. The move comes as voters have yet to decide on the primary between DeWine and Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor. Election Day is May 8. RELATED: Who is running for governor? “These endorsements continue to show tremendous...
Rep. Jordan: Trump wants military parade because he loves the troops
 Local Congressman Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, said President Donald Trump wants to have a military parade because “he loves our military.” The United States hasn’t had a military themed parade since the end of the Gulf War in 1991. “I wish every American could spend some time with him, and you would see how much he loves...

Posted: 18 days ago

Local Congressman Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, said President Donald Trump wants to have a military parade because “he loves our military.” The United States hasn’t had a military themed parade since the end of the Gulf War in 1991. “I wish every American could spend some time with him, and you would see how much he loves...
Trump honors Cincinnati man held in N. Korea during State of the Union
 President Donald Trump honored the memory of Otto Warmbier during the State of the Union address Tuesday night. Warmbier, a Cincinnati man who was held captive in North Korea, died after returning to the United States upon his release. “After a shameful trial, the dictatorship sentenced Otto to 15 years of hard labor, before returning...

Posted: 25 days ago

President Donald Trump honored the memory of Otto Warmbier during the State of the Union address Tuesday night. Warmbier, a Cincinnati man who was held captive in North Korea, died after returning to the United States upon his release. “After a shameful trial, the dictatorship sentenced Otto to 15 years of hard labor, before returning...
Ohio Sen. Portman to donate money received from Wynn
 By Jessica Wehrman Washington Bureau Sen. Rob Portman, who received $2,700 from embattled casino owner Steve Wynn and $2,700 from Wynn’s wife in 2016, will give
            that money to charities that combat human trafficking, his spokeswoman said today. The charities are in Ohio, the Ohio Republican’s spokeswoman said. Wynn...

Posted: 27 days ago

By Jessica Wehrman Washington Bureau Sen. Rob Portman, who received $2,700 from embattled casino owner Steve Wynn and $2,700 from Wynn’s wife in 2016, will give that money to charities that combat human trafficking, his spokeswoman said today. The charities are in Ohio, the Ohio Republican’s spokeswoman said. Wynn...
Kentucky school shooting 11th this month, 50th this school year
 The school shooting Tuesday in Benton, Ky, is the eleventh school shooting this year … and it’s only Jan. 24. The New York Times says the shooting, that killed two students and injured 20, is roughly the 50th shooting during this academic year. “Some of the shootings at schools this year were suicides that injured no one...

3:55 PM Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018

The school shooting Tuesday in Benton, Ky, is the eleventh school shooting this year … and it’s only Jan. 24. The New York Times says the shooting, that killed two students and injured 20, is roughly the 50th shooting during this academic year. “Some of the shootings at schools this year were suicides that injured no one...
Democratic governor candidate Bill O’Neill to announce running mate
 Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O’Neill says he’s going to name his running mate in the governor’s race on Tuesday. That will make him the second of the six Democratic candidates to announce who he is running with. State Sen. Joe Schiavoni announced last week he is running with Ohio Board of Education member Stephanie...

1:06 PM Monday, Jan. 08, 2018

Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O’Neill says he’s going to name his running mate in the governor’s race on Tuesday. That will make him the second of the six Democratic candidates to announce who he is running with. State Sen. Joe Schiavoni announced last week he is running with Ohio Board of Education member Stephanie...
POLITICO: Ohio Senate race ranks as one to watch in 2018
 Politico put out a list of U.S. Senate races to watch next year and Ohio’s made the list. Our neighbors in Indiana made the list too. The Ohio race ranked at #7 on the list. Here’s what Politico said about Ohio’s race between Democrat Sherrod Brown and either Republican Josh Mandel or Republican
            Mike Gibbons...

5:04 PM Sunday, Dec. 24, 2017

Politico put out a list of U.S. Senate races to watch next year and Ohio’s made the list. Our neighbors in Indiana made the list too. The Ohio race ranked at #7 on the list. Here’s what Politico said about Ohio’s race between Democrat Sherrod Brown and either Republican Josh Mandel or Republican Mike Gibbons...
Portman named to conference committee on tax bill
 Jessica Wehrman and Michael Dulman in our Washington Bureau report that Sen. Rob Portman’s influence over the tax legislation
            racing through Congress will continue. Portman, R-Ohio, was named last week as one of the senators to be part of a conference committee with the House to forge a
            final compromise of the...

7:03 PM Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017

Jessica Wehrman and Michael Dulman in our Washington Bureau report that Sen. Rob Portman’s influence over the tax legislation racing through Congress will continue. Portman, R-Ohio, was named last week as one of the senators to be part of a conference committee with the House to forge a final compromise of the...
Former Ohio Senate president Bill Harris dies at 83
 Former Ohio Senate President Bill Harris has died at 83. He served as president from 2004-10. Senate President Larry Obhof, R-Medina, issued a statement Monday morning. “Former Senate President Bill Harris was a beloved and respected member of our Senate family. A humble public servant, Bill
            represented the best of Ohio...

4:49 PM Monday, Nov. 27, 2017

Former Ohio Senate President Bill Harris has died at 83. He served as president from 2004-10. Senate President Larry Obhof, R-Medina, issued a statement Monday morning. “Former Senate President Bill Harris was a beloved and respected member of our Senate family. A humble public servant, Bill represented the best of Ohio...
Supreme Court to hear arguments on Ohio voter purge
 By Jack Torry { Washington Bureau The U.S. Supreme Court has re-scheduled oral arguments on Jan. 10 on whether Ohio officials violated federal law when they
            removed tens of thousands of people from the voting rolls simply because they had not cast ballots in recent elections. A federal appeals court in Cincinnati in 2016 struck...

3:05 PM Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017

By Jack Torry { Washington Bureau The U.S. Supreme Court has re-scheduled oral arguments on Jan. 10 on whether Ohio officials violated federal law when they removed tens of thousands of people from the voting rolls simply because they had not cast ballots in recent elections. A federal appeals court in Cincinnati in 2016 struck...
What’s next for winners in Tuesday’s election? 
 The ballot Tuesday was full of state issues, local tax levies and candidates. Some in the region will see their taxes go up, some will see new faces as their city’s mayor. Here’s a look at some of the key races and issues on the ballot and how you will be impacted: Nearly eight in 10 voters in Ohio said Yes to Issue 1, also known...

7:25 PM Wednesday, Nov. 08, 2017

The ballot Tuesday was full of state issues, local tax levies and candidates. Some in the region will see their taxes go up, some will see new faces as their city’s mayor. Here’s a look at some of the key races and issues on the ballot and how you will be impacted: Nearly eight in 10 voters in Ohio said Yes to Issue 1, also known...
8 squeakers in Tuesday’s election that prove your vote counts in close races
 Some local races and issues in Tuesday’s election were separated by only a few dozen votes. Here’s a look at seven races that were some of the closest of the night. Clayton mayor: Clayton Mayor Joyce Deitering lost re-election by 31 votes. Mike Stevens will be the new mayor.  Brookville council: Brookville...

12:04 AM Wednesday, Nov. 08, 2017

Some local races and issues in Tuesday’s election were separated by only a few dozen votes. Here’s a look at seven races that were some of the closest of the night. Clayton mayor: Clayton Mayor Joyce Deitering lost re-election by 31 votes. Mike Stevens will be the new mayor.  Brookville council: Brookville...
7 running in crowded Brookville Council race
 There are seven candidates running for three seats on the Brookville City Council, making it one of the most crowded races in Montgomery County on the November ballot. We asked all seven candidates what their priorities are if elected. Here’s some of what they had to say: Bob Apgar: Now, the recession seems to be ending. However, money...

9:56 PM Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017

There are seven candidates running for three seats on the Brookville City Council, making it one of the most crowded races in Montgomery County on the November ballot. We asked all seven candidates what their priorities are if elected. Here’s some of what they had to say: Bob Apgar: Now, the recession seems to be ending. However, money...
Election 2017: Clayton mayor facing challenger
 Clayton Mayor Joyce Deitering is facing a challenge from Clayton City Councilman Mike Stevens in the November election. We asked both candidates several questions about what they would do if elected. Joyce Deitering: The biggest problem currently facing the community is continuing to provide quality basic services in a financially responsible...

8:44 PM Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

Clayton Mayor Joyce Deitering is facing a challenge from Clayton City Councilman Mike Stevens in the November election. We asked both candidates several questions about what they would do if elected. Joyce Deitering: The biggest problem currently facing the community is continuing to provide quality basic services in a financially responsible...
More Ohioans voting early compared to 2015 local elections
 More Ohioans are taking advantage of early voting this year compared to the last local off-year election in 2015, according to Secretary of State Jon Husted. More than a quarter of a million absentee ballots have been requested so far. That’s about 34,000 more than 2015. One big difference is that this year Ohioans have been swamped...

4:03 PM Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

More Ohioans are taking advantage of early voting this year compared to the last local off-year election in 2015, according to Secretary of State Jon Husted. More than a quarter of a million absentee ballots have been requested so far. That’s about 34,000 more than 2015. One big difference is that this year Ohioans have been swamped...
Funding, keeping teachers focus of Centerville School Board candidates
 Five candidates are running this fall for three seats on the Centerville School Board. Board members John Doll and David Roer are running for re-election and John Dinsmore, Marshall G. Lachman and Megan E.M. Sparks are also running. We asked all of the candidates about the issues they will deal with if elected. Here’s some of their...

1:11 AM Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

Five candidates are running this fall for three seats on the Centerville School Board. Board members John Doll and David Roer are running for re-election and John Dinsmore, Marshall G. Lachman and Megan E.M. Sparks are also running. We asked all of the candidates about the issues they will deal with if elected. Here’s some of their...
Portman says tax code changes are ‘doable’
 By Jack Torry Washington Bureau Sen. Rob Portman said it was “doable” for the Senate to push through a major overhaul of the U.S. tax code designed to reduce
            income tax rates on individuals and companies in exchange for scrubbing scores of deductions from the code. In an interview Tuesday on Fox News, Portman, R-Ohio...

6:52 PM Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017

By Jack Torry Washington Bureau Sen. Rob Portman said it was “doable” for the Senate to push through a major overhaul of the U.S. tax code designed to reduce income tax rates on individuals and companies in exchange for scrubbing scores of deductions from the code. In an interview Tuesday on Fox News, Portman, R-Ohio...
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