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People will be able to do indoor visitations for residents of developmentally-disabled facilities starting Monday, September 28th, and October 12th for residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities. There are a lot of requirements that the facilities will need to meet to allow fo… More >>

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Residents stopped by to donate any loose change or dollar bills that will be used to support the West Ohio Food Bank's mission in aiding families. September is also Hunger Action Month. Event organizers state that the funds raised during events like these are paramount for them to continue t… More >>

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The latest rankings and Ohio Public Health Advisory System show Putnam and Mercer counties remain in the red level and are seeing the most spread of the virus in the last two weeks. Two new dashboards are going on up on the state coronavirus website. You are now able to see coronavirus cases… More >>

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Senator Rob Portman says it was the worst terror attack on United States soil and we have done more to stop terrorism overseas to prevent it coming back to our shores. Even though it has been two decades since the attacks, Portman says we should never let our guard down. More >>

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According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, that is down from 12 deaths statewide for the 2019 and 2018 Labor Day weekends. The highway patrol stepped up enforcement for drunk driving over the holiday weekend and over 530 people were cited for impaired driving. They also reported that 3,200 … More >>

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The governor says between September 1st and Labor Day there were 40 people shot in the state and 21 of those people died from their injuries. After the mass shooting in Dayton last year, where 9 people were killed and 17 injured, DeWine came up with the Strong Ohio bill. The legislation is d… More >>

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Secretary of State Frank LaRose says the steps include adding clarity to absentee ballot request forms, tracking poll worker recruitment, and upgrading his website to clearly show how many absentee ballots are outstanding on election night. LaRose also reiterated an "effective deadline" of O… More >>

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The Ohio State Highway Patrol says troopers have issued 2,200 tickets since April for people driving more than 100 mph. That is a 61% increase over the same time period a year ago. July was also Ohio’s worst month for fatal crashes since 2007. California, Iowa, and Utah are among several sta… More >>

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News Director Jeff Fitzgerald had the chance to do a one on one interview with Governor Mike DeWine.   The two talked about a potential vaccine coming this fall and the executive order that he just signed dealing with reporting COVID-19 cases in school districts.   DeWine also touched on the… More >>

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Locally, there are many stations that are under the two-dollar mark. Petroleum experts say the reason for the drop is because refineries are back to work after Hurricane Laura and this summer has been good at the pump. They say this has been the most stable and had the lowest gas prices betw… More >>

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Putnam County joins Mercer County as level three red on the system. The Putnam County Health Department says they have met four of the seven indicators including a sustained increase in new cases and new cases per capita. Because of the last statistic, Putnam County is the number one county … More >>

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As the holiday weekend approaches the governor becomes more concerned about the spread of the Coronavirus.Mike DeWine says he's concerned there will be large gatherings because of Labor Day, but urge people not to. The data suggests the spread of the virus is increasing in rural areas across… More >>

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Habitat for Humanity of Findlay/Hancock County has continued their 2020 Apostle Build project by providing a home to a single mother. On Saturday, a wall raising ceremony was held to celebrate the start of Allison Bowyer and her children's new home.  More >>

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CDC put out guidance saying healthy people don't need to get tested if they have come in contact with the virus, rather only those with symptoms and the vulnerable. Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohio is not changing their protocols and still encourage people without symptoms to get tested for COVID-… More >>

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Deputies were responding to a domestic disturbance in the 16000 block of County Road 8 Wednesday night. The sheriff's office says during the investigation, Lauck pulled out a gun and exchanged gunfire with deputies. There were no injuries reported. Lauck was arrested a short time later with … More >>

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The complaint filed Tuesday against Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose outlines what Democrats see as an urgent need to expand the number of secure voter drop boxes in Ohio's 88 counties. The lawsuit comes two weeks after LaRose issued a directive prohibiting county election boards f… More >>

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According to the Ohio Job and Family Services, the state's July unemployment rate is at 8.9%, which fell 2.1% from June.   Ohio's unemployment hit a high of 17.6% in April.  Locally, Allen County has the highest percentage at 8.7%, or 4,100 people unemployed.  More >>

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Governor Mike DeWine responds to members of his own party trying to get him removed from office.  During the coronavirus briefing, he was asked about the four republican members of the Ohio House of Representatives who drew up articles of impeachment.  They say he needs to go because of how … More >>

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Eleven tornadoes ripped through Ohio on August 24, 2016, with ten of those cutting across our viewing area. Parts of Paulding and Defiance counties faced the wrath of EF-2 tornadic winds up to 130 mph. How rare is an event of this magnitude in August? Nathan sat down with Meteorologist Patri… More >>

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The group is being led by Clermont County Representative John Becker. He says that DeWine violated the state and United States Constitution for the way that he handled Ohio's primary election. Just a day before the March 17th election was set to take place, DeWine ordered it delayed three mo… More >>

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Entertainment could return to the stage in the State of Ohio after the announcement of new guidelines for reopening.On Friday, Governor Mike DeWine released guidelines for performers and event staff for concerts, plays, and other performances which included social distancing and masks for pe… More >>

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Gov. Mike DeWine began his briefing today updating us on our COVID-19 situation then moving to gun violence in the state.Looking at the latest Ohio Public Health Advisory System, everything around us looks the same. Across the state, there are nine red counties or Level 3, but that's the lea… More >>

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AAA reminds drivers to give themselves a little extra time when leaving in the morning in case they do find themselves behind a school bus. Drivers also are required to stop when bus lights are flashing and the stop arm is out. AAA says that recently, they've seen more speeding incidents on … More >>