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Legal challenge planned on ‘heartbeat bill’
 A court challenge was promised Wednesday after the so-called “heartbeat bill” — one of the nation’s most restrictive abortion measures — was passed by the Ohio General Assembly during its lame-duck session and sent to Gov. John Kasich for his signature. “We’re ready to sue,” said Gary Daniels...

Posted: 18 hours ago

A court challenge was promised Wednesday after the so-called “heartbeat bill” — one of the nation’s most restrictive abortion measures — was passed by the Ohio General Assembly during its lame-duck session and sent to Gov. John Kasich for his signature. “We’re ready to sue,” said Gary Daniels...
Ohio lawmakers hope 'heartbeat bill' leads to overturn of Roe v. Wade
 A court challenge was promised Wednesday after the so-called “heartbeat bill” — one of the nation’s most restrictive abortion measures — was passed by the Ohio General Assembly during its lame-duck session and sent to Gov. John Kasich for his signature. “We’re ready to sue,” said Gary Daniels...

Posted: 18 hours ago

A court challenge was promised Wednesday after the so-called “heartbeat bill” — one of the nation’s most restrictive abortion measures — was passed by the Ohio General Assembly during its lame-duck session and sent to Gov. John Kasich for his signature. “We’re ready to sue,” said Gary Daniels...
5 things to know about Ohio’s ‘heartbeat bill’
 Ohio lawmakers have passed the “heartbeat bill” that would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Here’s 5 things to know about the bill. 1. The legislation would prohibit most abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy after the first detectable heartbeat. 2. Similar measures elsewhere have faced legal challenges...

Posted: 20 hours ago

Ohio lawmakers have passed the “heartbeat bill” that would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Here’s 5 things to know about the bill. 1. The legislation would prohibit most abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy after the first detectable heartbeat. 2. Similar measures elsewhere have faced legal challenges...
5 things to know about Ohio’s ‘heartbeat bill’
 Ohio lawmakers have passed the “heartbeat bill” that would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Here’s 5 things to know about the bill. 1. The legislation would prohibit most abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy after the first detectable heartbeat. 2. Similar measures elsewhere have faced legal challenges...

Posted: 20 hours ago

Ohio lawmakers have passed the “heartbeat bill” that would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Here’s 5 things to know about the bill. 1. The legislation would prohibit most abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy after the first detectable heartbeat. 2. Similar measures elsewhere have faced legal challenges...
Dog licenses on sale through January
 It’s dog license time and Montgomery County officials brought out two cute, adoptable dogs to make the point. The county held a news conference on Thursday featuring a Yorkshire Terrier named Chicago from the county Animal Resource Center (ARC), and Royal, a mixed pitbull terrier, who is eligible for adoption from SICSA. Dog licenses...

Posted: 4 days ago

It’s dog license time and Montgomery County officials brought out two cute, adoptable dogs to make the point. The county held a news conference on Thursday featuring a Yorkshire Terrier named Chicago from the county Animal Resource Center (ARC), and Royal, a mixed pitbull terrier, who is eligible for adoption from SICSA. Dog licenses...
Must Reads 2016: The presidential debate at Wright State that didn’t happen
 Wright State University was supposed to host the first presidential debate in October, an event that could have put the university on the national map, brought in thousands of journalists, and possibly millions for the university and the region. Just weeks before the debate was set to happen, it was cancelled. The combination of security...

Posted: 4 days ago

Wright State University was supposed to host the first presidential debate in October, an event that could have put the university on the national map, brought in thousands of journalists, and possibly millions for the university and the region. Just weeks before the debate was set to happen, it was cancelled. The combination of security...
Trump supporters seek to block recounts
 Supporters of President-elect Donald Trump took legal action in three states late Thursday and Friday to stop candidate-initiated recounts, including in Wisconsin where the state has started verifying the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Donors have poured more than $6.8 million into a fund that they hope will result in recounts...

Posted: 4 days ago

Supporters of President-elect Donald Trump took legal action in three states late Thursday and Friday to stop candidate-initiated recounts, including in Wisconsin where the state has started verifying the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Donors have poured more than $6.8 million into a fund that they hope will result in recounts...
Trump supporters seek to block recounts
 Supporters of President-elect Donald Trump took legal action in three states late Thursday and Friday to stop candidate-initiated recounts, including in Wisconsin where the state has started verifying the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Donors have poured more than $6.8 million into a fund that they hope will result in recounts...

Posted: 4 days ago

Supporters of President-elect Donald Trump took legal action in three states late Thursday and Friday to stop candidate-initiated recounts, including in Wisconsin where the state has started verifying the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Donors have poured more than $6.8 million into a fund that they hope will result in recounts...
Local lawmakers, military experts praise Mattis pick to lead Pentagon
 The selection of retired Marine Corps. Gen. James Mattis as defense secretary was praised by local Republican congressmen and military affairs experts. “The world is safest when America is strong,” said U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana. “General James Mattis has shown from his record in the Marine Corps that he is the kind...

Posted: 5 days ago

The selection of retired Marine Corps. Gen. James Mattis as defense secretary was praised by local Republican congressmen and military affairs experts. “The world is safest when America is strong,” said U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana. “General James Mattis has shown from his record in the Marine Corps that he is the kind...
Local lawmakers, military experts praise Mattis pick to lead Pentagon
 The selection of retired Marine Corps. Gen. James Mattis as defense secretary was praised by local Republican congressmen and military affairs experts. “The world is safest when America is strong,” said U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana. “General James Mattis has shown from his record in the Marine Corps that he is the kind...

Posted: 5 days ago

The selection of retired Marine Corps. Gen. James Mattis as defense secretary was praised by local Republican congressmen and military affairs experts. “The world is safest when America is strong,” said U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana. “General James Mattis has shown from his record in the Marine Corps that he is the kind...
Sex with animals step closer to becoming illegal in Ohio
 Having sexual contact with an animal is a step closer to becoming illegal in Ohio after the state Senate voted 31-0 Wednesday to strengthen Ohio law. The bill now heads to the House. Senate bill 195 would: * Prohibit a person from engaging in sexual conduct with an animal and related acts; * Provide for the seizure and impoundment of an animal...

Posted: 7 days ago

Having sexual contact with an animal is a step closer to becoming illegal in Ohio after the state Senate voted 31-0 Wednesday to strengthen Ohio law. The bill now heads to the House. Senate bill 195 would: * Prohibit a person from engaging in sexual conduct with an animal and related acts; * Provide for the seizure and impoundment of an animal...
Sex with animals step closer to becoming illegal in Ohio
 Having sexual contact with an animal is a step closer to becoming illegal in Ohio after the state Senate voted 31-0 Wednesday to strengthen Ohio law. The bill now heads to the House. Senate bill 195 would: * Prohibit a person from engaging in sexual conduct with an animal and related acts; * Provide for the seizure and impoundment of an animal...

Posted: 7 days ago

Having sexual contact with an animal is a step closer to becoming illegal in Ohio after the state Senate voted 31-0 Wednesday to strengthen Ohio law. The bill now heads to the House. Senate bill 195 would: * Prohibit a person from engaging in sexual conduct with an animal and related acts; * Provide for the seizure and impoundment of an animal...
Will Republican shift in Midwest hold?
 On Election Day the nation watched as Republican Donald Trump won most of the the Midwestern Rust Belt states that twice helped propel Democrat Barack Obama to the presidency. But political scientists say that neither party can take it for granted that their future candidates will win those states. “The thing you have to tell yourself...

Posted: 27 days ago

On Election Day the nation watched as Republican Donald Trump won most of the the Midwestern Rust Belt states that twice helped propel Democrat Barack Obama to the presidency. But political scientists say that neither party can take it for granted that their future candidates will win those states. “The thing you have to tell yourself...
Will Republican shift in Midwest hold?
 Presidential elections - Midwestern voters 1960-2016 On Election Day the nation watched as Republican Donald Trump won most of the the Midwestern Rust Belt states that twice helped propel Democrat Barack Obama to the presidency. But political scientists say that neither party can take it for granted that their future candidates will win those...

Posted: 27 days ago

Presidential elections - Midwestern voters 1960-2016 On Election Day the nation watched as Republican Donald Trump won most of the the Midwestern Rust Belt states that twice helped propel Democrat Barack Obama to the presidency. But political scientists say that neither party can take it for granted that their future candidates will win those...
Trump wins Ohio, CNN projects
 --- 10:27 p.m. Trump has won Ohio, CNN projects. Nationally Trump leads in electoral votes 167 to Clinton's 109. 10:09 p.m.  Ohio is a sea of red, with Trump winning in most of the state except for urban counties and Athens County, according to the Associated Press.   Fifty-nine percent of the vote is counted.  Trump leads...

Posted: 29 days ago

--- 10:27 p.m. Trump has won Ohio, CNN projects. Nationally Trump leads in electoral votes 167 to Clinton's 109. 10:09 p.m.  Ohio is a sea of red, with Trump winning in most of the state except for urban counties and Athens County, according to the Associated Press.  Fifty-nine percent of the vote is counted.  Trump leads...
Election 2016: What to watch for in presidential election today
 By David Lightman McClatchy Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — The outcome of the 2016 election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will begin to unfold Tuesday night in Georgia and Virginia. And then quickly move into North Carolina, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The magic number to win the White House is 270 electoral votes. Fifteen...

Posted: 29 days ago

By David Lightman McClatchy Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — The outcome of the 2016 election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will begin to unfold Tuesday night in Georgia and Virginia. And then quickly move into North Carolina, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The magic number to win the White House is 270 electoral votes. Fifteen...
Trump calls for unity after winning presidency
 3:02 a.m. President-elect Trump called for unity and healing in his speech to supporters this morning after he won the presidency.  “I just received a call from Secretary Clinton. She congratulated us – this is about us – on our victory and I congratulated her on a very, very hard fought campaign." “Now it's...

12:11 AM Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2016

3:02 a.m. President-elect Trump called for unity and healing in his speech to supporters this morning after he won the presidency.  “I just received a call from Secretary Clinton. She congratulated us – this is about us – on our victory and I congratulated her on a very, very hard fought campaign." “Now it's...
Election 2016: What to watch for in presidential election today

6:01 AM Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2016

By David Lightman McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) McClatc KRTN News Service kniga (HAS TRIM) WASHINGTON — The outcome of the 2016 election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will begin to unfold Tuesday night in Georgia and Virginia. And then quickly move into North Carolina, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. (EDITORS: BEGIN OPTIONAL...
Early voting on final day is brisk
 Even before the polls open on Election Day, 1.79 million Ohioans — 10,931 more than four years ago — have cast early ballots by mail and in-person, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said Monday. “We saw a big rush at the end,” Husted said. Compared with the 2012 presidential election, mail-in voting dropped 46,760...

6:36 PM Monday, Nov. 07, 2016

Even before the polls open on Election Day, 1.79 million Ohioans — 10,931 more than four years ago — have cast early ballots by mail and in-person, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said Monday. “We saw a big rush at the end,” Husted said. Compared with the 2012 presidential election, mail-in voting dropped 46,760...
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