Thursday, August 7, 2014 at 5:04 AM
Multiple testing methods created confusion for decision-makers
The former Ravenna Arsenal, now Camp Ravenna, is among four other potential sites the Defense Department is examining.
They were demonstrating against “zero tolerance” policies that result in kids being kicked out of school.
Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at 3:59 PM
Researchers say problem causes delays in bringing new treatments to market
About 9000 athletes from around the world are coming to compete at various venues in Akron and Cleveland.
For the first time in 16 years, the director of the Ohio Department of Health won’t be a doctor.
Most apartments and other domiciles at or near capacity.
Ohio's same-sex marriage ban will be among those reviewed.
The Lake Erie algae woes are no surprise to farmers who have been working to change practices for several years.
New research from Case Western Reserve University shows there are benefits to giving caregivers a medical support team just for them.
Family says his final resting place will be another Northeast Ohio location
On the state and federal level, activity is underway to ward off future incidents.
The congresswoman says many cities need upgrades to their existing water and sewage systems.
Ohio is adding 61 locations to its roster of federally funded centers that help school kids improve their reading skills.
Many sources are feeding Lake Erie's algae and toxin problem, from agriculture to cities.
Lake is deeper, cooler here, reducing threat
But advocates say this weekend's incident in Toledo may make the case for tighter controls on phosphorous and other nutrients.
With Toledo's drinking advisory now lifted, attention shifts to understanding what happened and how to prevent it in the future.
Monday, August 4, 2014 at 9:41 AM
Mayor D. Michael Collins says local tap water is now safe to drink, after a ban that lasted through the weekend.
People living in the Toledo area are finishing up a second day under a do-not-drink advisory after a toxin was found in the city water.