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An Ohio Senator wants to make sure the United States is prepared for the next health threat.   Senator Sherrod Brown re-introduced the "Strategies to Address Antibiotic Resistance" or STAAR Act.  Doctors say that antibiotic resistance is a looming health crisis and could set medical advancem… More >>

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The "Great Resignation" continues as job open signs continue to pop up around the country.   Employers are still struggling to fill millions of open jobs.  On top of that, the November job report saw only 210,000 new jobs created, which is below the half a million new jobs that were predicte… More >>

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A Hancock County Grand Jury has indicted a man for murder for allegedly killing his wife.  65-year-old Brian Ziessler is facing a charge of aggravated murder for the death of Sherri Ziessler.  She was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds in her rural Hancock County home on November 15th. … More >>

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On November 30th, deputies responded to 203 E. Perrin Avenue in the village for a death investigation. There they found 44-year-old Sebastian Hernandez dead in the home. Hernandez is a Mexican national that was living in McComb. His body was taken to the Lucas County coroner’s office where t… More >>

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Findlay Police officers have charged Alan Howett with felonious assault, and he is currently in the Hancock County Jail. Around 9:30 am Friday, the police office got a call about a domestic incident in progress. The caller says a vehicle was following a woman around the area of Swing Avenue … More >>

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An Ohio Senator introduced a bill that could strengthen the future of the United States's supply chain. Senator Sherrod Brown’s Supply Chain Resiliency Act would create a federal office to monitor, research, and address the vulnerability of supply chains. The office would also provide loans,… More >>

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All counties in West Central Ohio saw drops in unemployment numbers for the month of October. According to the Ohio Department Job and Family Services, Allen County has the highest unemployment rate in our area but also saw the biggest fall, going from 6.1% in September to 4.2% in October. P… More >>

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    Ohio lawmakers are still hammering out the details to legalize sports betting in the state.    In 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that individual states can set up their own rules for sports betting, and since then all the states surrounding Ohio have done so. The Ohio House and Senat… More >>

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The director of the Ohio Department of Health says the state could be experiencing the start of a second wave of the delta variant. In the last 21 days, hospitalizations have increased by 23% and ICU admissions by 15%. That is why he and other doctors are urging those who are unvaccinated to… More >>

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The Hancock County Sheriff's Office says a Toyota traveling on Township Road 95, driven by David Katz of McComb, ran through a stop sign hitting a car driven by Keyon Camden of Bradner at 11 a.m. Friday morning. Katz was life-flighted to a hospital and was listed in critical condition. Katz'… More >>

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The City of Findlay and Hancock County Commissioners celebrated the reopening of the Martin Luther King Jr. overpass at the intersection of East Main Cross Street and East Street. The project was funded by the Hancock County Commissioners through the Flood Mitigation Sales tax, with the proj… More >>

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“The veterans are going to be the ones that bring us back together as the United States of America,” says Nicole Coleman .Ex. Dir. Hancock Co. Veterans Services Office.Those were the sentiments that Coleman echoed during her speech at the Hancock County Veterans Day celebration.    She says … More >>

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The food drive, organized by Sodexo took place Wednesday afternoon in the Center for Student Life and College of Business where volunteers were on hand to take in food donations throughout the university and the community. The event has changed through the years where now area businesses are… More >>

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The church held an election night dinner which will help raise funds for the sanctuary at the church. The sanctuary had some water damage in the past years and needed to be repaired, so with the money raised they can repair and paint the walls. More >>

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It stems from labor issues during the pandemic, when some factories were forced to shut down because of COVID, and the fact that consumer demand for some items switched over the past year and a half. Since the supply chains are so connected, it caused a ripple effect all over the world, when… More >>

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The oceans play a major role in weather as nearly three-fourths of our planet is covered with water. Long-range forecasts in the winter are strongly influenced by the state of ocean temperatures in the Pacific Ocean near the equator. Warmer than normal ocean temperatures represent an El Niño… More >>

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A Hancock County Grand Jury has charged Robert Hathorn with felonious assault, aggravated robbery, two counts of having weapons under disability, failure to comply with a police officer, and tampering with evidence. Authorities say Trooper Josef Brobst stopped Hathorn's car for speeding on O… More >>

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Senate Republicans are looking for accountability for the way that the United States withdrew from Afghanistan.  Senator Rob Portman joined 20 other Republicans in introducing the Afghanistan Counterterrorism Oversight, and Accountability Act.  It establishes a state department task force th… More >>

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A judge made the ruling Friday during the initial court appearance by Robert Hathorn. The 42-year-old Muskegon man is charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon. It's not clear if he's retained an attorney. Authorities say the trooper stopped Hathorn's car for speeding late Wednesd… More >>

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Billy Watterson and his wife Brenda were excited to sign over a million-dollar check to the university. The donation will make a significant impact on the Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability program at the school. Watterson graduated from that program back in 1996 and has been he… More >>

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The latest Fall Color Report from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources shows only patchy color across West Central Ohio as of October 8th. Shorter daylight plays the biggest role in the leaf changing process as less of the green chlorophyll pigment is produced. This allows the red and or… More >>

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A big fight in Findlay Thursday night led to shots fired and a suspect on the run.  Findlay police officers were called out to 1900 block of Kirkwood Court after the report of shots fired. Multiple shell casings were found in the parking lot and a car was later found with bullet holes. More >>