Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner issues alert after 5 people die of suspected overdoses in a 12-hour period
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner is urging people not to use illicit drugs and to put a personal harm reduction plan in place after five people died in 12 hours period Thursday.
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Summit County public transit riders will see route changes starting June 4, the first major overhaul of METRO RTA's routes in 20 years.
Her victory made national news, upending stereotypes about race less than 50 years after the end of slavery. It also sparked racist fury.
Hollywood memorabilia collector James Comisar is relinquishing a trove of items — from scripts to costumes and even fake mustaches — that have taken decades to amass.
The high court ruled against truck drivers who walked off the job, leaving their trucks loaded with wet concrete, but it preserved the rights of workers to time their strikes for maximum effect.
Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown says he will vote for it because default would be catastrophic but Republican J.D. Vance opposes it in its current form, saying he'll introduce amendments to rein in future spending.
Columbus is gearing up to host the 91st Annual Meeting of the 2023 U.S. Conference of Mayors June 2-5.
As local public health agencies gear up for another active mosquito season in the Miami Valley, they are especially concerned about La Crosse virus (LAC).
The Federal Trade Commission has accused the online retailer of harboring children's data even when parents request it to be deleted, as well giving its Ring employees access to users' videos.
The move was first announced last year by Health Canada and is aimed at helping people quit the habit. The regulations take effect Aug. 1 and will be phased in.
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