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Reports say suspect in deadly Kyoto arson attack had grudge

...earlier. The company founded in 1981 and better known as KyoAni made a mega-hit anime series about high school girls and trained aspirants to the craft. The shocking attack left another 36 people injured, some...

Dayton Daily News
Published 4 months ago
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Arson suspect reportedly had grudge against anime studio

...studio. The company founded in 1981 and better known as KyoAni made mega-hit anime series about high school girls and trained aspirants to the craft. The shocking attack drew an outpouring of grief for the...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 4 months ago
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Editorial: Lawmakers help selves with tax measures in new state budget

...the 17th day after the deadline to enact a budget for the 2020-2021 biennium, members of the Ohio General Assembly worked out differences in House and Senate versions to send a compromised version of House...

Ravenna Record Courier
Published 4 months ago

Reports say suspect in deadly Kyoto arson attack had grudge

...earlier. The company founded in 1981 and better known as KyoAni made a mega-hit anime series about high school girls and trained aspirants to the craft. The shocking attack left another 36 people injured, some...

WHIO 1290 AM/95.7 FM
Published 4 months ago
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Arson suspect reportedly had grudge against anime studio

...studio. The company founded in 1981 and better known as KyoAni made mega-hit anime series about high school girls and trained aspirants to the craft. The shocking attack drew an outpouring of grief for the...

WKEF ABC Channel 22
Published 4 months ago
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Albert Einstein Academy moving K-12 campus from Westlake to North Olmsted

...Westlake, which was our original building, we were busting at the seams,” Albert Einstein Academy Superintendent Bruce Thomas said. “We were using every little nook and cranny that we could find. We knew our...

Cleveland Sun Post-Herald
Published 4 months ago

Arson suspect reportedly had grudge against anime studio

...studio. The company founded in 1981 and better known as KyoAni made mega-hit anime series about high school girls and trained aspirants to the craft. The shocking attack drew an outpouring of grief for the...

Elyria Chronicle Telegram
Published 4 months ago
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Wealthy districts, lawyers unhappy with DeWine's budget vetoes

...services. For instance, Olentangy schools receive only $600 this year in per-pupil aid. Olentangy Superintendent Mark Raiff said “it’s a simple matter of fairness,” noting that former Gov. John Kasich vetoed...

Wooster Daily Record
Published 4 months ago

Community Concert Band to have concert

...Also featured on the concert will be sophomore trumpet player Una VanWynsberghe of Lincolnview High School playing Leroy Anderson’s “Trumpeters Lullaby”, an original composition by band member Chip Steffey...

Van Wert Independent
Published 4 months ago
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Then vs. Now: The History of Blood Transfusions

...AIDS in 1984 after receiving a contaminated blood donation. (He died in April 1990 before his high school graduation.) White’s story was significant because it helped break the stigma of AIDS and urged researchers...

WFMJ 21 - TV
Published 4 months ago
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Fast-growing web of doorbell cams raises privacy fears

...he gets alerts on his phone when a car drives by and a short video when his daughter gets home from school. “I don’t know if there’s more crime now, or we just know about it more because of social media,”...

WSNY 94.7 (Columbus)
Published 4 months ago
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US women's Alex Morgan: What's next in the battle for gender equality

...the audience, including that girls are twice as likely to quit team sports as they enter the high school age in this country. They are also more than 10 percent less inclined to ever play sports as a teen...

WFIN 1330 (Findlay)
Published 4 months ago
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PBS Announces SOUTH BY SOMEWHERE, A New Series with Award-Winning Television Host and Chef Vivian Howard

...children build critical literacy, math and social-emotional skills, enabling them to find success in school and life. Delivered through member stations, PBS KIDS offers high-quality educational content on TV...

WOUB 89.1 (Cambridge)
Published 4 months ago
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Refinery Explosions Raise New Warnings About Deadly Chemical

...travel as a toxic cloud for more than 7 miles and impact more than a million people, including in schools, homes, hospitals, prisons, playgrounds, parks and a wildlife sanctuary. City, state and federal...

WKSU 89.7
Published 4 months ago

Morning Headlines: DeWine Signs Budget with 25 Vetoes, Cooling Centers Open Amid Heat Wave

...are 18 to 20 as of Oct. 1. He also vetoed provisions intended to direct more money to fast-growing school districts and change how Medicaid pharmacy benefits are administered. DeWine said Ohio still can pursue...

WKSU 89.7
Published 4 months ago
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'He did everything a dad is supposed to do': Family mourns father who drowned after saving daughters in Florida

...met when she was 16, and they have four daughters. Julie Pepperman is a teacher at Heritage Middle School in Maryville. She said they are originally from New Orleans, and they go to Florida "quite a bit."...

Cleveland MSNBC WEWS-TV Cable
Published 4 months ago

Fast-growing web of doorbell cams raises privacy fears Fast-growing web of doorbell cams raises privacy fears | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports

...he gets alerts on his phone when a car drives by and a short video when his daughter gets home from school. "I don't know if there's more crime now, or we just know about it more because of social media,"...

WBNS CBS 10 Columbus
Published 4 months ago
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Locksley excited to lead Terps football past tumultuous 2018

...Maryland’s offensive coordinator and then interim coach for the latter half of the 2015 season after the school fired Randy Edsall. When searching for Edsall’s replacement, Maryland passed on Locksley and instead...

Fostoria Review Times
Published 4 months ago
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Ohio bans tobacco for those under 21: The Wake Up for Friday, July 19, 2019

...residents’ bank accounts Read more Numerous administrative staff changes under way in Berea City School District Read more Sandusky police officer praised for using CPR to save 6-week-old baby Read more...

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Published 4 months ago

Former YMCA Camp Fitch director facing child porn charges

...the organization offers programs throughout the year, including residential camping for youth and families. Many students in the Valley have attended Camp Fitch through school programs and field trips.

WYTV Channel 33 (Youngstown)
Published 4 months ago