Voters in Franklin County, October 3028
Dan Konik

Early voting has ended for special election primaries in Ohio's 11th and 15th Congressional districts. Election day is tomorrow/Tuesday. 

Voters in Franklin County, October 3028
Dan Konik

Early voting has ended for special election primaries in Ohio's 11th and 15th Congressional districts. Election day is tomorrow/Tuesday. 

Families of and attorneys for Dayton Shooting vicitms
Zoom

The families of people killed in a 2019 mass shooting in Dayton have filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the ammunition used by the shooter. 

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 The federal moratorium that prevented landlords from evicting renters during the pandemic has now expired.

Ohio State University
Jo Ingles

Ohio State University has reinstated its mask mandate for indoor buildings only. 

campaign finance dollars cash election voting money
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We're getting a better look at how the campaign to be Ohio governor is shaping up in the early days of the 2022 race. The gubernatorial candidates filed their campaign finance reports, showing how much money they've taken in with still a year and three months before the election.

A fast food restaurant in northeast Columbus has had trouble keeping regular hours because of staffing issues. Opponents of the $300 check program say it kept workers away, but workers say there are many other factors involved.
Karen Kasler

A Franklin County judge has ruled against reinstating the $300 weekly checks for unemployed Ohioans during the pandemic that were discontinued by Gov. Mike DeWine last month. The judge said the law is clear that DeWine wasn’t obligated to continue the program for around 200,000 Ohioans. But the suit isn't over.

Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Rep. Jeff Crossman (D-Parma)
Andy Chow

Democrats in the Ohio House want Gov. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) to fire two members of his staff in response to new information to come out related to the nuclear bailout bribery case. But DeWine's office says that's not going to happen.

House Minority Leader Emilia Sykes (D-Akron) meets with U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California), Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota) and others
Zoom

Ohio’s House Minority Leader says Republican state lawmakers are taking a page from a national playbook as they try to reform voting. 

A vaccination clinic in Westerville north of Columbus in June
Karen Kasler

Ohio’s COVID numbers are higher than they’ve been in two months, as the number of new vaccinations inches up only slightly.

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