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Ohio: State in the northeastern United States
Ohio is a state in the East North Central region of the Midwestern United States. Of the fifty states, it is the 34th largest by area, the seventh most populous, and the tenth most densely populated. The state's capital and largest city is Columbus. Ohio is bordered by Lake Erie to the north, Pennsylvania to the east, West Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, Indiana to the west, and Michigan to the northwest.

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Trump mulls cancelling domestic flights to hotspots [Video]

Trump mulls cancelling domestic flights to hotspots

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he is considering a plan to halt flights to coronavirus hot zones in the United States as he struggles to contain a pandemic that is projected to kill at..

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'Saw love of God' through doctors, nurses: Cleveland patient [Video]

'Saw love of God' through doctors, nurses: Cleveland patient

Nic Brown, a recently-recovered patient in Ohio, wrote a message of gratitude to the nurses and doctors who cared for him while he was in an intensive care unit (ICU) and on a ventilator.

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U.S. appeals court allows Texas abortion ban amid pandemic [Video]

U.S. appeals court allows Texas abortion ban amid pandemic

A U.S. appeals court ruled Tuesday (March 31) that Texas is allowed to limit a woman's ability to get an abortion under the state order stopping non-urgent medical procedures during the coronavirus..

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Federal Judges Says No To States' Temporary Bans On Abortions [Video]

Federal Judges Says No To States' Temporary Bans On Abortions

Federal judges in Alabama and Ohio rejected three states’ temporary bans on abortions. Alabama federal judge Myron Thompson said the ban would unnecessarily hurt peoples’ access to abortions...

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Nearly one in three Americans ordered to stay home [Video]

Nearly one in three Americans ordered to stay home

Nearly one in three Americans were under orders on Sunday to stay home to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic as Ohio, Louisiana and Delaware became the latest states to enact broad..

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One In Three Americans Are Staying Home, By Law [Video]

One In Three Americans Are Staying Home, By Law

Ohio and Louisiana are the latest states to enact broad lockdowns in response to the coronavirus pandemic. According to Reuters, nearly one in three Americans were ordered to stay home on Sunday. The..

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Ohio calls off primary vote over coronavirus [Video]

Ohio calls off primary vote over coronavirus

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the state would be delaying its presidential primary due to the dangers posed by the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. Gloria Tso reports.

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How GOP Senators Cotton, Scott Are Multitasking In Campaign Ad Run [Video]

How GOP Senators Cotton, Scott Are Multitasking In Campaign Ad Run

Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas is up for reelection in November. According to Politico, he launched a typical pro-Trump, anti-Democrat TV ad this week. What was very atypical was that it..

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Ohio Closes All Schools [Video]

Ohio Closes All Schools

Ohio is making a major decision in the wake of the coronavirus. All kindergarten through 12th-grade schools will be closed until April 3rd. This includes public, private and charter schools according..

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Senior Citizens Highest Voter Turnout But Coronavirus Could Change [Video]

Senior Citizens Highest Voter Turnout But Coronavirus Could Change

Associated Press On Tuesday Ohio announced it was relocating 128 polling places out of nursing homes before the primary on March 17. Other states with upcoming primary votes, like Illinois and Florida,..

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March 17th Is Sanders Last Stand [Video]

March 17th Is Sanders Last Stand

Sen. Bernie Sanders did poorly on March 3rd, Super Tuesday. Former VP Joe Biden crushed him in several voting contests on March 10. Business Insider reports that Biden has a huge lead in delegates...

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Sanders, Biden cancel OH events due to coronavirus concerns [Video]

Sanders, Biden cancel OH events due to coronavirus concerns

U.S. Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden canceled rallies set for Tuesday night in Cleveland over concerns about holding large public gatherings during the coronavirus..

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Biden Invests Money In Campaigning In The Midwest [Video]

Biden Invests Money In Campaigning In The Midwest

Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders prepared for the upcoming elections in the Midwest. While Sanders began leading the party’s race, Biden surpassed his delegate count on..

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Alligator is freed after spending 25 years in a basement [Video]

Alligator is freed after spending 25 years in a basement

"See you later alligator" - police rescue a reptile from a private house to an animal sanctuary

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World's first in vitro cheetah cubs capture hearts at American zoo [Video]

World's first in vitro cheetah cubs capture hearts at American zoo

The two cheetah cubs are first ever to be born using in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer to a surrogate mother

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Billie Eilish donates signed T-shirts to school fundraising drive [Video]

Billie Eilish donates signed T-shirts to school fundraising drive

Billie Eilish has donated three signed T-shirts to a fundraising drive raising money for an Ohio school district's levy campaign.

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Ohio Woman Charged For Griping About Her Parents To 911 Dispatchers [Video]

Ohio Woman Charged For Griping About Her Parents To 911 Dispatchers

Newser reports Ohio woman Seloni Khetarpal was arrested for calling 911. Why? Authorities say she called when her parents cut off her cellphone service. Khetarpal was arrested Feb. 13 by Massillon..

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Hippos Fiona and Bibi taste honey at U.S. zoo [Video]

Hippos Fiona and Bibi taste honey at U.S. zoo

Fiona the hippo and her mother Bibi try honey for the first time at Cincinnati Zoo

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Man who narrated an expletive-filled video depicting people not social distancing arrested

The man who narrated a video depicting people not social distancing in Friday night was arrested in Ohio Saturday afternoon.
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Barr Expands Early Release of Inmates at Prisons Seeing More Coronavirus Cases

The attorney general directed the Bureau of Prisons to prioritize the early release of some prisoners from federal correctional institutions in Louisiana, Connecticut and Ohio.
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83 metric tons of PPE arrives in Ohio

Around 83 metric tons of personal protective equipment has arrived in Columbus, Ohio. The shipment is a result of FEMA and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services connecting private sector..
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Ohio woman says brother, parents died from coronavirus; now her husband is on ventilator

"I want people to understand the urgency of staying home and social distancing. That's what I want to drive home," Kelly Conkey Billups said.  
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Is Hobby Lobby an essential retailer? Some forced to close because of COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders

Some Hobby Lobby locations in Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin and Colorado were shut down after defying states' shelter-in-place orders.
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Coronavirus crisis: Governors demonstrate to President Donald Trump how to lead

On COVID-19, New York's Andrew Cuomo, Ohio's Mike DeWine, Illinois' J.B. Pritzker and Maryland's Larry Hogan show nonpartisanship leadership: Our view
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U.S. judges stop Texas, Ohio, Alabama from curbing abortions during coronavirus crisis

Federal judges on Monday blocked officials in Texas, Ohio and Alabama from banning most abortions in those states as part of their orders to postpone surgeries and other procedures deemed not medically..
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Abortion providers in Ohio aim to block coronavirus-related curbs

Abortion providers across Ohio on Monday asked a federal court to block state officials from curbing abortions as part of an order canceling "non-essential" surgeries and procedures during the..
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FDA lifts restrictions on Ohio-based Battelle's mask-sterilizing technology amid coronavirus shortages

Officials are scrambling for N95 masks and other protective equipment for health care workers as the number of COVID-19 cases is expected to spike.
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Are abortions considered essential surgery during coronavirus crisis? Texas, Ohio, Mississippi say no

Several states – including Ohio, Texas and Mississippi – say abortions are nonessential and must be delayed during the coronavirus crisis.
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Spring break partyer apologizes after viral 'if I get corona, I get corona' comment

"If I get corona, I get corona. At the end of the day, I'm not gonna let it stop me from partying," the Ohio man said in a recent TV interview.
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Ohio woman in T-Rex costume surprises friend from afar for her birthday

An Ohio woman in a T-Rex costume surprises her friend for her 16th birthday, while maintaining social distancing measures.
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Coronavirus forces states to order nearly one in three Americans to stay home

Nearly one in three Americans was under orders on Sunday to stay home to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic as Ohio, Louisiana and Delaware became the latest states to enact broad..
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Heavy Rains Flood Parts of Ohio, Stranding Residents

In central and southern Ohio, hundreds of people have been evacuated from homes and vehicles after a period of intense rain.
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Purell worker at GOJO plant in Ohio may have coronavirus

A worker at the GOJO Industries plant in Cuyahoga Falls where the popular hand sanitizer Purell is made may have the COVID-19 virus. Concerns about coronavirus have prompted panic buying of the..
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Did someone get away with a gruesome murder?

In 1984, an Ohio father of three disappeared inside a vat filled with scalding chemicals. Police decided David Bocks killed himself. His family believes he was murdered.
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Death, lies and uranium: How an Ohio man's mysterious disappearance in 1984 still haunts family, friends

In 1984, a father of three disappeared while working at a mysterious Cincinnati plant. His family believes he was murdered.
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Biden stays in the driver's seat, coronavirus changes our elections and other takeaways from Tuesday's vote

Arizona, Illinois and Florida all held primaries Tuesday, while Ohio, which was supposed to hold a primary Tuesday, postponed it due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ohio voters disappointed over primary postponement

Some Ohio voters are unhappy with the decision to postpone Tuesday's primary election. (March 17)  
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'We're in the fog of war.' Here's how Ohio canceled an election and sent the state into confusion

There was an election. Then there wasn't. Then there was. Then there wasn't.
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Maryland postpones primary to June as 3 states vote - live updates

Arizona, Florida and Illinois are holding their Democratic presidential primary elections Tuesday. Ohio closed its polling places.
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2020 Democratic Primary in Arizona, Florida and Illinois: What to Watch For

Confusion surrounded Ohio’s election, which was also scheduled for Tuesday before the governor moved to push it back over worries about the coronavirus outbreak.
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On Politics: Somehow, There’s Still an Election

Ohio postponed voting, but three other states are forging ahead: This is your morning tip sheet.
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Biden aims to shut out Sanders in Democratic primaries amid coronavirus fears

Joe Biden will look to build on his dominant lead in the Democratic presidential race when three states cast votes on Tuesday, but Ohio postponed its planned primary over health concerns amid the..
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Coronavirus updates: US braces for possible recession as death toll hits 85; Ohio cancels election

The U.S. death toll hit 85, with more than 4,660 confirmed cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University data dashboard.
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Here's the latest for Tuesday March 17th: Ohio primary stopped due to coronavirus; Congress works on virus aid package; Trump says avoid big groups; SF Bay Area residents told to stay home.  
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Ohio coronavirus patient describes her fight: 'Nothing I had ever quite experienced'

"I was really scared there for a little while about how sick I was," said the Ohio woman recently diagnosed with coronavirus.
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Ohio delays vote just before Tuesday primary

Ohio's top health official halted the state's presidential primary over concerns about the coronavirus, hours before voting was to begin. Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose says the primary will now..
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Coronavirus leads Ohio to delay election despite judge's refusal

Ohio will postpone its presidential nominating election planned for Tuesday, despite a judge's refusal to endorse a postponement, because the public health emergency caused by the coronavirus makes it..
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Ohio judge denies request to delay Tuesday primary amid coronavirus, other states proceed

An Ohio judge has rejected a request to postpone the state's presidential primary on Tuesday amid growing concerns about the coronavirus that have shut down schools, restaurants and large gatherings..
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Ohio judge denies request to postpone voting on Tuesday - local reports

An Ohio judge has denied a request to delay the state's Tuesday primary elections until June 2nd amid coronavirus concerns, according to local news reports.
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'A delightful break': Ohio children play porch concert for self-quarantining neighbor during coronavirus outbreak

"I haven't been out of my house for five days, and I won't be out anytime soon," Schlam said. "This was a delightful break for all of us."
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Ohio Moves to Postpone Primary Over Coronavirus Concerns

The other three states scheduled to vote on Tuesday said they were pressing ahead, even as Ohio and Kentucky moved to postpone their primaries, joining Georgia and Louisiana in doing so.
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Ohio seeks to delay Tuesday's primary voting, others proceed amid coronavirus

Ohio will seek to postpone its presidential primary while Florida, Arizona and Illinois move ahead with voting on Tuesday amid growing concerns about the coronavirus that has shut down schools,..
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Coronavirus prompts Ohio to seek delay of Tuesday's Democratic primary vote

Ohio will seek to postpone its Tuesday presidential nominating contest, the governor said on Monday, making it the first of four states due to hold Democratic primaries to call off voting amid growing..
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Ohio seeking delay in Tuesday's presidential primary vote

Ohio will seek to postpone Tuesday's presidential nominating contest, its governor said on Monday, making it the first of four states that had been scheduled to hold Democratic primaries that day..
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Ohio governor requests postponing in-person voting until June due to coronavirus

"It is my recommendation that we postpone in-person voting until June 2, 2020," DeWine wrote in a tweet.
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Four states head to the polls Tuesday. Here's how coronavirus is changing Election Day.

Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio officials have all committed to continue to host their primary contests Tuesday amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Georgia Postpones Its Primary as Virus Upends Voting

Georgia joins Louisiana as the second state to delay voting because of the coronavirus. Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio are still set to vote on Tuesday.
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'We're basing this on science': Ohio emerges as leader in U.S. coronavirus response

Ohio's quick response to its first confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus was months in the making.
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How 4 Big States Are Preparing to Vote as the Coronavirus Spreads

Elections officials in Ohio, Florida, Illinois and Arizona, the next states on the primary calendar, are taking extra precautions but have expressed confidence that voting can be held safely.
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Coronavirus school closings: Ohio, Maryland become first states to shut all K-12 schools

Schools in Ohio will close for three weeks, and schools in Maryland will close for two, in the most sweeping school closures in the country so far.
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Ohio closes all schools for kids on coronavirus worries

All kindergarten through 12th grade schools in Ohio - including public, private and charter schools - will be closed from the end of day on Monday through April 3 on worries over the spread of..
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Ohio ban means no fans at NCAA tournament games in Dayton and Cleveland

Ohio will bar spectators from attending indoor sporting events as the state grapples with the coronavirus, meaning NCAA tournament sites won't have fans.
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Can-Am Crown, basilica declaration, landfill park: News from around our 50 states

Controversial Klan rally may return to Ohio town, payouts kept coming for ex-Goodwill CEO in Nebraska, and more
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Schwarzenegger's multi-sport event in Ohio bars fans over coronavirus

This week's Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio, will carry on with 22,000 athletes but spectators have been barred from all but one event due to concerns over the potential spread of the..
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Twenty-five year old alligator being kept as pet discovered in Ohio basement

The alligator is believed to be about 25 years old. American Alligators are believed to have a lifespan between 30 and 50 years.  
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Ohio lawmakers introduce bill that would ban transgender athletes from girls high school sports

The Save Women's Sports Act would require Ohio High School Athletic Association to block any male-born student from participating in a girls' sport.
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