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Cincinnati Preschool Promise enrollment took a dip during the pandemic, but is now almost back to pre-COVID levels. But there is more work to be done Board Chair Odell Owens says.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has two facilities in the city that will be consolidated into one.
According to the study, 1 in 5 people in Indiana experiences mental illness, with around 20% going untreated. That’s led to an annual estimated cost of $4.2 billion in untreated mental illness.
When the National Republican Congressional Committee dropped at least $250,000 on a TV ad attacking Democratic congressional candidate Greg Landsman, his campaign was ready and waiting with a strong response.
“We primarily are dealing with the initial response, the emergency part of the event," Commander of Ohio Task Force One Jack Reall said.
A bus on Miami University's campus has a new, special design that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the relationship between the institution and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.
The five-member team would paint crosswalks, put up new signage, and install things like rubber speed cushions and temporary bumpouts.
Those enrolled in Ohio’s Percentage of Income Payment Plan Plus, a public program that promises to cut utility costs for low-income people, may not actually be getting a reduced rate.
Panic ensued this past Friday when emergency crews responded to eight schools throughout Ohio where there were false reports of active shooters on campuses through an internet practice known as "swatting."
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