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Ohio Builds A New Home For Women And Children Behind Bars

Alisha Floyd bounces her son Chance on her lap. He giggles and pulls her hair. “He’s the fattest baby here,” she says, laughing.

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A judge has declared that a provision in Ohio's medical marijuana program that 15 percent of licenses go to minority-owned groups is unconstitutional.

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This month’s election results are still unofficial, and the process to close out the 2018 midterms started this weekend.

Ohio State Graduate Named 2019 Rhodes Scholar

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A 2018 graduate of Ohio State University from suburban Columbus is a U.S. Rhodes scholar.

The Rhodes Trust announced Sunday that Laila Ujayli, of Dublin, Ohio, is among 32 men and women chosen from 880 applicants for studies beginning next fall at Oxford University in England.

Ujayli majored in International Relations and English at Ohio State. She spent much of her childhood in Syria and Saudi Arabia, and has sought deeper understanding of international politics and solutions to resolve international conflicts.

Saying that he’s “out of options," WBNS-TV meteorologist Chris Bradley is relying on his faith in God as he transitions to hospice care.

Don't be surprised if you see a passenger or two pull out a pie, a casserole or even a whole turkey while being screened at the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport. TSA has rules for that.

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About 100 people crammed into a small clinic on Columbus' west side on Sunday to celebrate the grand opening of Ohio’s first Somali primary care center.

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Alisha Floyd bounces her son Chance on her lap. He giggles and pulls her hair.

“He’s the fattest baby here,” she says, laughing.

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A fresh food prescription program called Produce Connect is showing promising results at reducing food insecurity and improving health outcomes.

In June 2017, protestors dressed in costumes from the dystopian TV series "The Handmaid's Tale" sit in a committee hearing to oppose a bill banning a common procedure used in second-trimester abortions.
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There’s been a lot of attention given to the contentious “Heartbeat Bill,” which bans abortion at the point that a fetal heartbeat can be detected, since it passed the Ohio House earlier this week. But Republican lawmakers are considering another bill during this lame-duck session that would ban abortions entirely.

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A suspected electrical fire early Friday morning has displaced up to 12 families in Whitehall, according to Whitehall Division of Fire. No one was injured.  

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