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Up to 6.8 million Facebook users may have been affected.
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A third Vice officer has been relieved of duty amid an FBI investigation.
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After an order from a federal judge, about 15,000 former students of shuttered colleges are getting money back or debt forgiven.
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The is suing to regain custody of Ndume, a 37-year-old gorilla.
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Advocates are calling on to veto a bill that adds more barriers to receiving Medicaid and SNAP benefits.
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Ohio’s cities have seen about $450 million in cuts to their local government funds under Gov. .
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General Motors' plans to lay off 14,000 salaried and blue-collar workers might not be as bad as originally projected.
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There's an uncertain fate for a bill intended to help families of deceased first responders, because Ohio lawmakers added on a pay raise for themselves.
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It's likely Ohio will see another anti-abortion bill signed into law by the end of the year.
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The Linden Model introduces women in sex work to resources aimed at getting them out safely. But its future is uncertain.
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Ohio legislators passed a bill adding more requirements for Medicaid and food stamp recipients. The proposal now goes to the governor.
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A laboratory in Streetsboro hopes to be the first in Ohio approved to test medical marijuana.
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WOSU News 16h
Replying to @ColumbusPolice
Columbus Police's Vice Unit will resume limited operations, the department announced Friday, one day after relieving a third Vice officer of duty.
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Columbus Police Vice Unit Removes Third Officer, Resumes Some Operations
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Columbus Police fatally shot 16-year-old Julius Ervine Tate Jr. during a robbery sting. Then they charged another teen for Tate's murder - which is allowed under Ohio law.
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Paige Pfleger 16h
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Columbus Police tells me that Vice will not at this point resume doing stings as part of the Linden model - an innovative partnership between Vice, the city attorney, and community leaders to help women in sex work. More on that here:
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WOSU News 16h
GM plans to layoff 8,000 white-collar and 3,300 factory employees, including in Ohio. But some of those blue-collar workers can find GM jobs elsewhere.
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Paige Pfleger 17h
BREAKING: Some Vice officers will resume LIMITED operations after being on hiatus since September due to an internal and FBI investigation. CPD says officers will investigate but there will not be any stings or undercover operations yet. More soon on .
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