Ohio is not among them, but veterinary health experts in the state are monitoring the situation closely.
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Ohio's two top Republican executive officeholders have received subpoenas for information in the lawsuit investors brought against FirstEnergy after the House Bill 6 scandal broke in 2020.
Sandra Day O'Connor was called "the most powerful woman in America" during her quarter of a century as a Supreme Court justice.
Less than a year after Gov. Andy Beshear announced the Campbell Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Newport would become Kentucky's first and only all-girls detention facility, the Department of Juvenile Justice has now decided to reopen the center to boys with low-level offenses only.
Homeowners will see their 2024 property tax bill reduced $43.70 per $100,000 of home value.
The new inquiry is over Rokita's reaction to a public reprimand from the state Supreme Court.
Ohio has secured a settlement with DuPont, Chemours and Corteva to repair environmental damage in Southeast Ohio following seven decades of contamination at DuPont's Washington Works facility in Parkersburg, WV, just across the Ohio border.
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