Drawing from the deep roots of the South, Dallas-born Charity Evonna writes and performs songs of hope and empowerment. Now based in Cleveland, the R&B and neo-soul artist is playing bigger stages around the city, including the Brite Winter music festival.
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The Nursing Home Quality Navigator is an online database that indexes federal and state data about Ohio’s hundreds of long-term care facilities.
Officials want the community to buy in to a program which would bring mental health workers to crisis calls instead of police and help tailor it to meet local needs.
The Ohio Attorney General's Blue Ribbon task force formed last year to recommend changes to the hundreds of hours police recruits receive before they hit the streets as officers.
Registered Ohioans can now cast early ballots in the 2024 presidential and U.S. Senate primaries statewide and on other candidates and issues locally.
The Boeing executive who oversaw the troubled 737 Max program, Ed Clark, has left the company. It's part of a broader management shakeup after a door plug panel blew off a jet in midair last month.
A new study shows that nearly 8,000 e-bike riders sought hospital care for head injuries in 2022. It's a huge increase and the majority of the injured riders were not wearing helmets.
From Miami University to Youngstown State, schools all over Ohio are eliminating degree programs. What will the cuts mean for Ohio students?
"It's moral hazard if you're only doing debt relief, but I believe we're balancing it out with accountability on colleges," says Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.
As congenital syphilis cases reach historic highs locally and nationally, public health officials are doubling down on efforts to find mothers who slip through the cracks and aren't being tested or treated.