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A dozen Ohio patients had to be re-tested for COVID-19 after private lab couldn’t process samples

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About a dozen patients who were tested for COVID-19 at an Ohio State hospital in mid-March had to be re-tested because their samples couldn’t be processed, 10...Read more

Coronavirus concerns halt in-person inspections at Sequel Pomegranate

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The coronavirus has halted in-person inspections at Sequel Pomegranate — meaning there are now fewer eyes on the ground inspecting the teen psychiatric...Read more

Essential or non-essential? Governor's order gives wide latitude for businesses to stay open

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Over the weekend, Governor Mike DeWine urged employers and businesses to re-assess whether or not they are really essential or could close.Read more

Additional lawsuits filed against Ohio State over Strauss abuse

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The lawsuits allege that these student-athletes were unnecessarily examined and sexually assaulted by Strauss and that university staff had knowledge of these incidents...Read more

Hilliard nursing home confirms employee tests positive for COVID-19

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A frontline health worker at the Mill Run Rehabilitation Center has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.Read more

CMS to focus inspections on coronavirus spread; allow nursing homes to conduct self-assessments

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The head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced Monday that the agency learned valuable lessons from the Life Care Center of Kirkland in Washington...Read more

Coronavirus means long lines, long wait times for those battling opioid crisis

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New social distancing orders put in place to help quell the spread of the coronavirus have prompted long lines and longer wait times for those seeking methadone or...Read more

Coronavirus sparks consumer complaints to Ohio Attorney General

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Panic buying and hoarding of groceries are two more symptoms of the coronavirus outbreak. So too is an increase on prices for certain goods.Read more

Defense attorney files new motion calling for Mike Davis to avoid prison time

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In a motion filed Friday, the attorney for former 10TV meteorologist Mike Davis argues his client should not be sent to prison after pleading to guilty to child...Read more