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Jan 24 2024
Washington state bill could change how rural communities can close a library After a rural library district was at risk of being dissolved last year, Washington senators voted 49-0 on to improve the process that could close libraries. The measure also would not leave people out of the dissolution process. For more than a year, some people called books at a library in southeastern Washington “KUOW
Jan 22 2024
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) executed a search warrant last week at an Ohio-based Chinese auto parts manufacturer that a congressional committee has accused of trade fraud.
DHS agents searched the Harco Manufacturing Group in Moraine, Ohio, on Thursday, the Dayton Daily News reported. Harco is a U.S. subsidiary of Qingdao Sunsong, a Chinese auto parts manufacturer. SunsongNewsNation
Jan 21 2024
INDIANA — An Indiana State trooper is in serious condition after being hit by a drunk driver this weekend. >>‘He was still a baby;’ Family hosts vigil for teen they say died in recent Dayton shooting Trooper Azariah Keith, 22, stopped along Interstate 65 to help a stranded motorist change a tire Saturday night when he was struck by another vehicle, Indiana State Police Sergeant JohnWHIO 7
Aug 06 2019
Despite objections from some residents, President Donald Trump will travel Wednesday to El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, to review recovery efforts from mass shootings over the weekend, officials said Tuesday.
Security officials find the cities "safe and ready" for Trump visits with victims' families, survivors and law enforcement personnel involved, said presidential counselorUSA TODAY
Jan 19 2024
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Snow showers continue to fall across the state, and with them have come a series of snow emergencies. There are several Ohio counties currently under a level 1 snow emergency. These counties are listed below: There are three snow emergency classifications. Here is what each level means according to the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness: Roads are hazardous dueWDTN 2
Jan 17 2024
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — In a press conference today, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine recommended Ohio revisit its laws on hemp products following an incident involving teenagers. The Ohio Department of Public Safety reported the incident where 15-year-olds were able to purchase Delta 8 THC gummies at a gas station. DeWine has been looking into THC products for some time since both medical marijuanaWDTN 2
Aug 19 2019
Today, the names of so many cities and towns are more closely associated with memorials -- in the aftermath of mass shootings -- than monuments.
While many mayors haven't had to face mass shootings, almost all of us have dealt with scores of deaths by guns in our communities.
As a result, there is now a grim circle of mayors -- from Las Vegas to Orlando and San Bernardino toCNN (Opinion)
Jan 07 2024
Las Vegas is getting ready for CES 2024, with the final touches being put in place. There are 2.5 million square feet of convention space for 4,000 exhibitors, and they're expecting 130,000 attendees this year—roughly the population of Dayton, Ohio—which would make it one of the biggest conventions they've had at CES. And the big theme this year includes artificial intelligence in everything.Scripps News
Jan 05 2024
COLUMBUS, Ohio – An organization with members that include Facebook, Instagram, Nextdoor, Pinterest, Threads, X (formerly Twitter) and YouTube is suing Ohio in federal court over new requirements that children under age 16 get their parent’s consent to open social media accounts. NetChoice’s lawsuit against Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost was filed Friday in U.S. District Court for theCleveland Plain Dealer
Jan 04 2024
Researchers say crime rates involving guns dropped in Cleveland, Parma after concealed carry law passed
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Researchers say the crime rates in Cleveland and Parma, as well as four other large Ohio cities, dropped after state legislators passed a law that allowed the concealed carry of firearms. A study at Bowling Green State University, with help from the Ohio attorney general’s office, found that only Dayton and Cincinnati saw an increase in the rate of crimes involving a firearmCleveland Plain Dealer