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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal judge allows opioid lawsuits filed against pharmacy chains to continue a federal judge in Ohio has rejected a motion from five pharmacy chains to dismiss opioid related public nuisance lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties U. S. district judge Dan Polster ruled and Ohio law allows lake and troubled counties to sue CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle the lawsuit alleges the pharmacy chains in the two counties bought a total of nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen that would be roughly two hundred sixty six pills for every week county resident and three hundred twenty pills for every trouble county resident during the fifteen year period hi Mike Rossio

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Ohio sets another record for single-day COVID-19 cases

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Ohio sets another record for single-day COVID-19 cases

"The Ohio Department of Health says there are 1525 new cases of Corona virus in the states in the last 24 hours. That's a new record high for Ohio, beating the old record of about 1400 set back in April. 24 more people are dead, pushing the overall death toll to 3032 people. As of this evening, a dozen Ohio counties considered to be in the Red level three will have a mask order in effect until conditions with the virus

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"ohio county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"ohio county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All right just two other small updates the guidance is now up for both child care and bowling alleys we have all the guidance up for everything that starts before June first we have a little bit of guidance to get up for some of the activities on June first my hope is that that will be up very soon and we're committed to try to get up the youth sports guidance by the end of the day tomorrow because we know there are some leaks after pre planned and parents really need to look at it to determine whether or not that they want to allow their their kids to participate in in those activities so with that we will open it up took to well before that real quick testing I just want to continue to let people know that there are now testing locations there now for more than fifty I think we had account the other day and it changes by the day of of seventy plus locations where you can get a a covert test around the Commonwealth a week to to be as safe as we can be and reopen in Kentucky we need to make sure that people are taking tests and taking them regularly I had a test just yesterday I am making sure that I'm regularly tested and we need to make sure that you all get those to got the results back today it was negative most of my staff has been tested with people coming back they've all tested negative but it's important that we make sure that we are getting all of the good portion of our population through this testing as we are finishing up in several areas of our drive through testing today we've had L. again some some good numbers of testing in laurel a Richmond has gone pretty well Ohio county in grace county now we could have done more but it's important we got there and for the region so I think we did a significant number of tests okay we're going to break away now from the Kentucky governor and have a.

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"ohio county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"ohio county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Come up to your country a couple days ago I was gonna go Turkey hunting this morning you know but man the weather yet whether got kinda nasty and so I just I came home back to the it was forty four when I left the house this morning which was about I don't know I left the houses somewhere around who's thirty I guess and it was forty four degrees and when I pulled up here to radio station it was forty four degrees it was forty four degrees from Ohio county to Travis county about eight thirty yesterday morning it was sixty eight yeah what I've got to port Aransas in looked it looked the weather up again it was forty seven no from the time I left up there in the four hours of four and a half hours it took me to get here it dropped twenty one degrees northern have little punch to it when it got here cool things off and had some we didn't get that much bad weather in Lamoille county I think it built there now here in Travis and Williamson yelled at some weather yesterday didn't she Shannon some thunderstorms yeah yeah I have big storms while evening out we didn't get up there and I we had a little last name we got a little rain I think probably didn't get three quarters of an a train all together now young got some tutoring trains around here yeah I think it's going to continue for a while now well that's good let it let it rain let it rain I was in band Eric county too and it the it was so I couldn't do what I wanted to because it was too wet but I've only got like it can't diminish for less there but it rains more yesterday afternoon and and and yes Stephen so yeah we need it there all I can get up there and he deals places the body during yep now I start to get pretty green lentil candy up and up there we all hunt they're always turning but that because we've had some rain but not the rain the quakes the quake not run in the it's got a little water in it but it's not running the tanks are way down and we need that big right I think we level to get it with this one as they were Tom old slow and it lasted only three inches with this all together I mean ma'am what it's quiet here very quiet but I'll tell you this right now the the boys are they got their legs shaking.

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92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

America's Truckin' Network

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

"O. W. Kentucky governor ended this year says under the state's stay at home order he wants residents to still go outside to get fresh air and exercise but they cannot forget about social distancing as the state reported ninety two new cases Saturday and it's nine deaths due to cover nineteen I don't mean you can't get out and enjoy the outside but it does mean you can't socialize with people when you're out there right now healthy at home it's your patriotic duty as a Kentucky and and as an American the latest death think Kentucky is a sixty six year old woman from Kenton county the first in northern Kentucky there are now three hundred ninety four total cases of the corona virus in the state seven new tested of the crowd of Irish reported Saturday in Indiana as well the twelve hundred total cases have been reported Franklin County has twenty three confirmed cases and two deaths in southeast Indiana so it's going to county reporting its first case Ohio county still with one case Dearborn county is eight cases and they have had one

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Ohio Addiction Recovery Program Uses Opioid Settlement Money To Help Patients

All Things Considered

03:48 min | 11 months ago

Ohio Addiction Recovery Program Uses Opioid Settlement Money To Help Patients

"Many people who survived drug overdoses spend time in emergency rooms after being discharged they face a high risk of overdosing again some communities are trying a hands on approach to prevent that cycle by connecting patience with coaches who have gone through the rigors of addiction recovery it themselves Nick stealth reports on efforts to expand that approach by using settlement money from opioid lawsuits this fall to northeast Ohio counties were slated to be the first to go to trial in a nation wide lawsuit over the opioid crisis but the defendants offered more than three hundred million dollars in cash and drug products to settle the case in the county's accept it well more than twenty five hundred other plaintiffs nationwide are still waiting for a universal settlement that could top tens of billions hi hoga and summit counties have their settlement money on the way and they're planning to spend much of it on anti addiction programs including hiring more people like Christopher hall hall is neither a doctor nor a nurse but at metro health Medical Center in Cleveland he offers patients struggling with addiction something unique common ground I was addicted I use heroin for fifteen years I grew up with alcoholism I know what you're going through and that really gets them to let your guard down in talking they're very relieved once hall gets patients talking he tries to sign them up for additional help like detox a residential treatment he's part of a pure recovery program at metro health so far the hospital has been happy with the results of its two year old program doctor Joan pap overseas opioid safety for the hospital and says it takes a lot of time and resources to support people in treatment that's time that hospital emergency departments rarely half with the help of a cure supporter somebody there to really guide you and hold your hand and in many cases Dr you directly to treatment that is just a world of difference now with this Cleveland area county wants to use opioid settlement money to fund your coaches that other local hospitals if successful that could help more people with opioid addiction like Patricia Withrow she met her peers supporter at a local treatment center in Cleveland she's a big part of my life actually my day if I don't talk to her at least once a day I feel incomplete Withrow has been sober for seventeen months when she had a recent cancer scare she says her supporter talk to her kids to help reassure them that kind of stress could push someone to relapse with roe says but she's been doing well it's taught me how to have actual relationships with people that are positive she taught me that she taught me how to set boundaries Withrow is referring to her peers supporter Nicole bachelor bachelor says she helps her clients work through the messy parts of their lives that can get in the way of recovery as their home environment is toxic or relationships or if they have barriers with food clothing shelter transportation all of those things kind of unraveling that but ultimately also helping a person just recover from different traumas and issues of life over the past five years as the opioid crisis has deepened peer support programs have in catching on launching in New York City Rhode Island Indiana and elsewhere Dr Elizabeth Samuels at Brown University coordinates with hospitals in Rhode Island well the results are still coming in she says hospital peer support programs seem to be effective they've been in that person's shoes they know what it's like they treat them like a human being they give them respect as this Ohio county moves forward other communities are still awaiting their share of settlement dollars to help bring people with addiction back from the edge of crisis

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Teva’s proposed opioid settlement could cost drugmaker pennies on the dollar

In The Thick

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Teva’s proposed opioid settlement could cost drugmaker pennies on the dollar

"There's this federal trial that's happening over who is responsible for the overdose epidemic and just an hour before the open owning arguments several Ohio counties reached a two hundred and sixty million dollar settlement we're GONNA give you some context according to the Washington host if the companies had gone to trial these opioid producers it could've potentially cost them over eight billion dollars so this settlement buys them some time to try to reach a broader settlement with the over two thousand towns native American tribes and others who are suing these big Pharma players so the story is developing minute by minute but it's really about people taking on big Pharma right and in this episode we're going to look at into the underlying routes from generational trauma to the war on drugs to systematic racism all these factors that cause addiction and mental health issues in communities of color so guys let's take a listen

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Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies

KYW 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies

"The nation's three biggest drug distributors agreed to an eleventh hour two hundred fifteen million dollars settlement over the opioid crisis into Ohio counties is correspondent Norah o'donnell last minute settlement with four major drug companies has been reached just as a landmark federal trial was about to begin in Cleveland over responsibility for the opioid epidemic the sum involved so called big three distributors Casson amor source Bergen and cardinal health paying a combined two hundred sixty million dollars to Cuyahoga and summit counties Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael Malley we are looking to utilize this money

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Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies

"The nation's three biggest drug distributors agreed to an eleventh hour two hundred fifteen million dollars settlement over the opioid crisis into Ohio counties is correspondent Norah o'donnell last minute settlement with four major drug companies has been reached just as a landmark federal trial was about to begin in Cleveland over responsibility for the opioid epidemic the sum involved so called big three distributors Casson amor source Bergen and cardinal health paying a combined two hundred sixty million dollars to Cuyahoga and summit counties Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael Malley we're looking to

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Drug distributors and major drug maker reach settlement in Ohio opioid litigation

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Drug distributors and major drug maker reach settlement in Ohio opioid litigation

"Three biggest drug distributors any major drug maker reached a two hundred and sixty million dollars settlement with two Ohio counties over the deadly have agreed to buy opioids just hours before their first federal trial over the crisis was about to begin today the settlement means that the closely watched trial will not move

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Drug companies reach $260 million opioid settlement with Ohio counties, averting landmark trial

Chris Plante

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Drug companies reach $260 million opioid settlement with Ohio counties, averting landmark trial

"Of your drug companies reaching a settlement with municipalities that filed an opioid addiction lawsuit in Ohio the two hundred and sixty million dollars settlement was reached with three major drug distribution companies and drug manufacturer teva it covers two counties in Ohio but it could have an impact on the two thousand three hundred lawsuits filed across the country against a longer list of drug companies and distributors Purdue pharma which makes the painkiller oxycontin is trying to settle lawsuits through bankruptcy correspondence you cast

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Drug companies reach $260 million settlement, averting first federal opioid trial

Glenn Beck

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Drug companies reach $260 million settlement, averting first federal opioid trial

"In Ohio a trial involving several counties in the handful of opioid drug makers was support to start this morning however a last minute settlement offers stopped dead in its tracks I could have a huge impact on a similar suit brought about by bear county attorney TJ Mays says that the reason that they got the settlement offer was because those Ohio counties had set a trial date and bear county also has set a trial date while approaches that will be settlement offers but all of that is premature at this point we are completely focused on preparing for trial next year bottom line it's who's going to blink first bear county will be the first in the state of Texas to take the opioid drug makers to

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Drug companies reach settlement, averting first federal opioid trial

Morning Edition

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Drug companies reach settlement, averting first federal opioid trial

"The morning there's been a major development in a case to determine who bears the responsibility for America's opioid crisis this morning for drug companies reached a tentative deal in a landmark case in Ohio where the crisis is clean thousands of lives the development came less than two hours before the trial was set to begin here the latest is north country public radio's Brian man he covers opioid litigation for NPR and he joins us on Skype from Cleveland so Brian it was just a couple hours ago you and I were talking about this case and the suit was moving forward there's gonna be trial was gonna start today now there's a tentative deal working his house yeah well first of all they were very sneaky and they did these talks through the weekend and through this morning behind closed doors so this was a surprise to everybody but yes there is a tentative deal now and it's with four companies involved three of the major drug distributors in the country including the cats and then cardinal health also the drug maker tavern and what they've agreed to do is pay out about three hundred million dollars in total that's cash but also some medical supplies that they're going to donate what's interesting here is that this only involves two Ohio counties right this is not a global national deal this is only for summit in Cuyahoga county counties and so this leaves some big questions about what this will mean for the rest of the country right so I'll ask about that minute but first if if for companies are part of the cell the settlement does that mean the remaining two are still going to trial what's gonna happen now the Walgreens and one other firm essentially Savile or severed from this deal and also suffered from this trial so this trial is not now going to go forward what will happen is that they will be bundled together with all of the thousands of other lawsuits that are still unresolved that will go forward and essentially there will still need to be some future test case to determine their liability and also with the larger liability for the entire pharmaceutical industry I mean all it's my understanding all of the companies have been pushing for some kind of settlement because presumably going to trial just makes them look worse in some way yes it is it's terrible P. R. what's come out through this litigation over the last year has been devastating for the pharmaceutical industry internal documents emails that have shown a lot of alleged wrongdoing as though that's bad the other thing that's happening here Rachel is that these companies are scrambling to find a global solution right we're talking hundreds of millions of dollars here for just two relatively small Ohio counties you multiply that by all the counties in the country it by this opioid epidemic and it's sort of death by a thousand cuts so by settling this now what these companies do is by themselves some time to go back to the bargaining table with state attorneys general and others and try to hash out something on the scale of the tobacco deal of the nineteen nineties that really puts this all behind the industry they didn't get that done here it's still just a local deal but it does by the more time to go back to the bargaining table while I'm at at this point range of any sense of where all of that money that is that's been agreed to and in the settlements where it's gonna go I mean you mentioned just these two counties yeah so someone kind of hokey counties have begun talking about how they're going to spend this money and and you know we have clinics and law enforcement in foster care programs all the different social service programs that have been hit hard by the opioid epidemic and and what's also gonna be happening now is thousands of other communities around the US are going to be sort of reading the tea leaves if these two counties were able to get this much relief by suing should we sued to should be signed on to these big consolidated federal cases that are moving forward so really in terms of the policy making how you operate at them because going to be treated this is just another sort of data point everybody now is going to be kind of

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Drug companies reach $260 million opioid settlement with Ohio counties, averting landmark trial

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Drug companies reach $260 million opioid settlement with Ohio counties, averting landmark trial

"Kristin word of a settlement this morning just before opening statements in the first federal trial connected to the opioid crisis three companies some of the country's largest distributors of drugs or drug maker all reportedly reaching a settlement in the case brought by two counties in Ohio it's unclear if the final defended the pharmacy Walgreens is also

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"ohio county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ohio county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"B. C. B. S. news on the hour sponsored by dell small business I'm Deborah Rodriguez roofs were torn off bricks flew concrete cave den when a tornado touched down in Dallas it was awful we were inside and it was just like out of a movie CBS's Omar via Frank up is there emergency management officials confirm at least three people were hospitalized with minor injuries from the storm now damaging winds uprooted trees and took down powerlines at one point one hundred and fifty thousand people were in the dark that more than a dozen schools in the Dallas area are closed today because they have some sort of damage crews have been going door to door and actually checking on people make sure they're okay damages now being reported in parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas from severe storms that were part of the same system tornado warnings are posted in the Memphis area the announcement is expected this hour in Cleveland sixty minutes confirms three major drug distributors and one manufacturer have reached a tentative settlement avoiding a federal trial into the opioid crisis to Ohio counties had turned down a forty eight billion dollar cash deal that also included treatment drugs and services US troops marched eastward from Syria into a rock and Kurds in this city of commercial express their anger over American withdrawal by throwing potatoes that soldiers in calling them liars CBS news has confirmed a plan to keep two hundred U. S. military members in Syria to protect oil assets New York times reporter Eric Schmidt is the oil fields that right now are controlled by the Syrian Kurdish partners of the United States Easter the afraid he's river.

Cuyahoga and Summit counties are suing drug makers and distributors

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Cuyahoga and Summit counties are suing drug makers and distributors

"Trial in the opioid crisis gets under way today in Cleveland Ohio ABC's Erin to Turkey says two counties are suing drug distributors to they all deny legal wrongdoing but to Ohio counties summit in Cuyahoga say they are responsible in part at least for some of the opioid crisis this is a closely watched case with two thousand others

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Jury selection set to begin in landmark federal opioid trial

Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Jury selection set to begin in landmark federal opioid trial

"Ist in Cleveland today jury selection set to begin the first federal trial of the nation's opioid epidemic trial focusing on lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties claiming drug companies that may distributed and sold prescription pain killers engaged in a deadly conspiracy they say is inflicted massive damage on their

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"ohio county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ohio county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Johnson and Johnson has reached an agreement worth more than twenty million dollars with two Ohio counties settle an opioid lawsuit out of court the Ohio agreement calls for Johnson Johnson and a subsidiary to pay ten million dollars without admitting liability in addition it must reimburse legal expenses for the counties and make a five point four million dollar contribution to nonprofit organizations that deal with the opioid crisis in northeastern Ohio as with four other companies who reached pre trial settlements in Ohio Johnson and Johnson still faces some two thousand other lawsuit related to the nation's opioid epidemic George ones on a reporting to us was electric car sales xcelerated again during the summer but the company still lagging behind the pace it needs to read CEO the line must school for the entire year the company delivered ninety seven thousand vehicles in the third quarter more than in any other three month period in its history more on these stories at town hall dot com..

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10 people died of overdoses within 26 hours in one Ohio county

Woody and Company

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

10 people died of overdoses within 26 hours in one Ohio county

"There was a huge surge in drug overdose deaths over the weekend the Franklin County coroner reported ten overdose deaths in just twenty six hours this weekend warning that they could be tied to a Sentinel police are urging family and friends who do have drug problems to contact them for naloxone the entire overdose drug as. well this training on how to administer it in an

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Ohio county urges people to top using vaping products

Kim Komando

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio county urges people to top using vaping products

"Franklin County is urging residents to stop the vaping immediately the warning comes after the CDC reported five hundred more cases of a potentially deadly lung disease linked to E. cigarettes seventeen of them in Ohio anybody who has used the products recently and is experiencing shortness of breath is urged to seek medical help as soon as

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"ohio county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WTVN

"Other Ohio counties Montgomery. Mury county says the city of Dayton is lagging in developing a plan to address water. Contamination county leaders say they have wanted for more than a year for Dayton to create a testing plan. And now they want the Ohio PA to step in county and city leaders say, however, Dayton's water is safe, despite the presence of chemicals. From firefighting foam being found in the water supply Ohio lawmaker's reviewing legislation today that aims to protect the survivors of sexual assault. But our news partners at ABC, six say, they're also working on improving jails, Ohio. Lawmakers are also introducing a Bill to improve oversight and accountability of jails across the state. This comes out of disturbing video out of Koga county that shows two officers beating a mentally ill inmate in a restraint chair. Both officers have been indicted and have pleaded not guilty to several charges. The president says the process ever moving millions of illegal aliens will begin next week on. Twitter today. He said those who come into the country illegally will be removed as fast as they come in the US. Meanwhile Lee, sending one thousand additional troops to the Middle East to counter threats posed by Iran acting Defense Secretary, Pat Shanahan said yesterday, the soldiers will be used for defensive purposes against any possible threats from Iran, and it's a good summer job. The Ohio State fair is holding open interviews beginning today, they need over six hundred people to fill a wide variety of positions that include ticket sellers, shuttle drivers, traffic control, and much more. The interviews are being held today tomorrow as well as on the twentieth all from noon, until three thirty pm in the Ohio building, on the south side of the Ohio expo center applicants must bring in two forms of identification such as a valid driver's license or social security card. You have to be able to work all twelve days of the fair that runs through July twenty fourth through August fourth. WTVN sports baseball, the registry to winter over Houston, as Nixon Zell delivers the key to run single in the win. The India's got pitcher. Mike Clemens your back. It didn't go well they lose seven to two Texas.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WTVN

"Key word experts slide I'm ABC, six meteorologist Jim Goodall mostly cloudy most, of the showers south and east of, interstate seventy one. Today high of seventy eight cloudy and muggy tonight sixty five then tomorrow eighty, two, brighter skies fewer showers to the southeast whether it's powered, by the, basement, doctor it's mostly cloudy now seventy one and Worthington seventy two or your severe weather. Station, News Radio six ten WTVN a report from Brett mcmurphy today. Says Ohio State football coach urban Meyer knew about the domestic abuse. Allegations from twenty fifteen against then wide receivers coach Zac Smith mcmurphy obtaining text messages. And pictures from Courtney Smith the ex wife of, Zac Smith from the incident that Meyer claimed he did not know about. The, text exchange was between Courtney Smith, and Shelley, Mayer you can find more on the story at six ten WTVN dot com. As well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds Courtney meanwhile in an interview with these stadiums sports. Network adding she was told specifically. What to do after the alleged Incident. I was told don't call the police if you call the police he's going to. Get arrested it's going to go to the media, he's gonna lose job what are you gonna do an anyone who's been. Abused, you you really do think you, can change, you think well if I do something different protein JR and It's not the case they. Don't change and Smith adding Shelly told her. She would have to tell urban but never confirmed that. With her Zac Smith, was fired after Courtney filed a civil protection order against him elsewhere number. Of, complaints of illness Mitchell Colin Powell now top four hundred after dozens more reports came in to the Delaware County health department the restaurant on sawmill Parkway was shut down. Tuesday after the reports, came rolling in it was reopened after a thorough inspection health officials are still trying to determine what exactly caused the widespread, illness meanwhile three hackers have been arrested for targeting credit card, info from, that restaurant chain and two, others hackers targeted Chipotle chillies arby's and more. Than one hundred other American companies in. The hospitality industry. The FBI said they broke into computer. Systems and stole millions of, customer credit and debit card. Numbers later sold for profit the three. Hackers arrested or Ukrainian. Nationals affiliated with? The group thin seven which prosecutors said crafted. Legitimate looking Email messages with attachments that, contain malware? Been, seven has been selling stolen data, in, online Underground marketplaces since at least two thousand fifteen the three hackers were arrested overseas one. Is now in Seattle awaiting trial to others. Await extradition Aaron Katersky ABC news New York President Trump's. Asking attorney general Jeff, Sessions for the Russia investigation to come to an end he tweeted today. The, ongoing investigation of Russian near two thousand sixteen presidential election is a terrible situation aired any allegations of collusion is a total hoax instead the investigation as a rigged witch-hunt. Sessions recused himself from, the Russia probe in two thousand seventeen because of his close ties to the Trump presidential campaign we're hearing dramatic new audio, from inside the arrow Mexico playing the crash will try to, take off, and Durango.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"High school altogether because of problems chronic problems but that building's cooling and heating systems wbz news time five twenty one a suspected shooter is dead another under arrest after gunfire breaks out in an all night arts festival in trenton new jersey four people including a teenage boy were critically wounded says mercer county prosecutor angelo on offering are now a total of twenty two seventeen of those individuals by gunshots he says it appears the neighborhood beef is behind the shootings a witness says she heard the shots as she was about to leave and saw someone bleeding on the ground in handcuffs there's a big announcement of south korea as the us and north korea work toward denuclearization us and south korea are going to suspend joint military exercises in keeping with president trump's promise at last week's summit with north korea's kim john lennon singapore seoul's yonhap news agency quotes a government source saying south korean and u s defense officials this week we'll call off war games but with a snapback provision they may still be held if north korea fails to take steps toward denuclearization that's cbs's don kirk reporting from seoul south korea's news agency is reporting that the suspension will likely only affect major joint exercises not routine military training a hard hit ohio county that expanded the availability of naloxone during the opioid epidemic has been seeing a decline in the overdose death toll hamilton county's program of increasing overdose antidote evade availability and quick response to requests for addiction treatment started last fall public health officials increased distrubed distribution of the overdose reversing narcan nasal spray by three hundred seventy five percent over a seventh month period there's been a thirty four percent drop in overdose deaths in the first five months of this year compared to the same period last year it's an issue council deals with an issue boston has struggled with for years to regulate short term rentals in the.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Response sure writes your responsibilities your guns this is the guy with guy for a ninety three wibc producer ethan rockin the scenery vaughn i believe they're nicely done welcome back this guy a gun guy show ninety three wibc you cannot go wrong with stevie ray vaughan as bumper music pretty three the nicely done my friend well let's get back to our topic which is now the context of the discussion couple of different cases i've been involved in where folks clearly were justified in the use of deadly force yet still got sued bali the justified use of any level of force if someone gets hurt or says they are do they file a lawsuit well here's the issue in here it's been it's been a little frustrating for me again that the case down in ohio county involving kissing jalen that's up i'm not gonna go into a lot of details on talk about the specifics of what's going on in the lawsuit because it's an ongoing case but i can't talk about with losses and i could address what a lot of people are bringing it up for instance on social media in the context of that case or this issue generally which is wait a minute in fact couple of state legislators noone what the law says cassette hold on the law here provides a defense of the law says a person can be held a no legal jeopardy whatsoever if they use justified force in self defense with the law justifies it they're all criminal charges filed how can there be a lawsuit issue is the what the statute says what it says and what it doesn't say is an issue and by the way because of the outrage i think that a lot of people are expressing and feeling in this particular context don't be surprised if you don't see changing the law or at least a bill introduced to change the lawn but saying that a person shall be held in no legal jeopardy whatsoever if they use a level of force that's justified under the indiana selfdefense tax you that's a little different and saying that nobody can file a.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Police officer and her name's kissed he jane and if you want to go out and look for information there's plenty out there it's k y s t i e is her first name and he was involved in a situation actually unfolded in her front yard and there was a police officer who had pulled someone over there was an investigating suspicious person and the person who the police officer was checking on for pulling over then attacked the police officer had him on the ground and the investigation showed that this was all unfolding and kissed his front yard and she went out to see exactly what was unfolding saw the police officer in distress saw the gentleman attacking him using the term gentlemen loosely and saw that the man attacking the officer was going for the officer's gone and appeared to have control the gun at this point kissy i pulled her own gun which he had taken out there with her when she saw the aggression that the suspect was showing toward the officer and she fired one shot attempting simply to stop the attack on the officer and ultimately the man attacking the officer died well what's going on now is that kissed he's being sued by the family of the deceased perpetrator in what they call a wrongful death case and not just kissed he but also the officer who was being attacked and because he was a conservation officer the indiana department of natural resources are all being sued by the family the relatives of the deceased bagai represented by personal injury law firm out of cincinnati actually cincinnati being fairly close to where this all unfolded down in rising sun indiana in ohio county will again i honored to represent kissed and i'm going to work very very hard on her behalf in that case but what this discussion has prompted for instance in order for kissy be able to hire the attorney of her choice the police officers down there in that area and the fraternal order police down there in that area actually set up a gofundme me fundraise for kissed for her to be able to hire the lawyer that she wanted higher and i'm honored that that turned out to be me but what that has prompted a lot of discussion about kyrie insurance and again i don't want to go into any more detail about a pending case.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"So where do we stand with this wildcat strike by teaches in west virginia there seems to be a break down suddenly breakdown of trust particularly with the governor who is now rep newt was recently a democrat where do we stand now all right now the governor has stated that he intends to raise the teacher's salary by five percent which is five percent of the lowest teacher's salaries so it's not a five percent of what you're making on at least that's the last news i received and that some some people have actually said that they will go back to work so i know ohio county at least as of about an hour ago um so one of the county's did say that they will go back to work on us and um so he's he's claiming victory right now um he has been working couldn't it's it's been more he's been working toward bringing in the strike to the end i think a lot more than the the legislature has the legislature has been much more concerned about how to pay for this um this pay increase and um also i think it's important to understand that the issue is is wall is somewhat about the pay increase it's also about other things this be teachers don't have um appropriate supplies they don't they don't they don't have enough teachers we have hundreds of openings for teachers and we can't fill them because teachers that go into neighboring states that pay more money all five neighboring states paid more money all five neighboring states have better health benefits we have a healthcare system in the state that is completely broken and people cannot afford health care we can't even and they can't afford um to give our teachers even school supplies it's eight it is a broken system we have consolidated the school districts rather than putting money into the teachers pockets in.

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"ohio county" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"That is there's a precedent case from 1990 the last time teachers uh in the across the state went on strike and there was this us court case in jefferson county the jefferson county board of education versus the jefferson county education association in there was an injunction placed on the teachers in that county demanding that they returned to work in they appealed this to i think it was the state supreme court and at the time the attorney general also wrote a memo declaring that the strike was illegal because students in the state have a constitutional right to an education therefore public employees especially teachers don't have a right to strike so the current attorney general patrick more sees not relying on any specific criminal statute that makes a straight technically illegal that they can enforce it simply his relying on a precedent court case in a precedent attorney general memo that saying lawful to uh but if they were to try to enforce this which um we're seeing them jump singer coming soon we think ohio county where we ling as in the northern panhandle might be where the first test of this is gonna take place um but if these injunctions come down there is a good possibility that we that they could be challenged in court and then did have to put a halt on it until the courts could sort this out so we are really in this very tricky legal situation where were not entirely sure what's going to happen but we're also at a benefit because they have seven hundred plus a teacher vacancies in the state you know is no one who is actually coming into the state to teach so we actually have an advantage because we can witness the power of being teachers in a state where they need us where they need people to stay in the state so really i mean we've been saying bring it on absolutely it's extremely cool and also now and is gonna scott had new nuno on growing that this past week.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

"The whip verano will get going with jeff jenkins first year in charleston khodzhakhmed japanese going on that hasty how you doing doing fine man good good carrie who to six working on a story now both the or how county school system and the ohio county health department have confirmed that an elementary school child in ohio county has died of the flows no months and we've been hearing of these children deaths across the nation in this is the only one we know of in west virginia and so they have confirmed that uh today she spoke with a howard gamble of the ohio county health department and she'll be posted a story coming up at wv metronews dot com we don't know if this they're not releasing of this was a boy or girl or but we do know that the the child who died was student at richie elementary school in ohio county and debtors statement from kim nellor who's a school superintendent up there talking about how tragic this is but thanks steve again this just goes show you know how app this has been really tough flu season i mean it's not even reach peak bosnian studying out not even close to being over yeah exactly so get your flew shot i mean that's that's what gamble told us again today you know if you haven't got used not too late to get a flu shot so get a flu shot and and take all this precautions that are that are mentioned so we'll have a story coming up on that soon at wv metronews dot com at the big national news is that there's a a deal this been reached that would end the federal government shutdown asked us to do a couple of things have to happen here the house is going to be voting later this hour the us house president would have to sign this this is a continuing resolution that would go for three weeks and the senate has brokered a deal some democrats or republicans in the senate brokered a deal to get it passed the senate and herbs and it will take its official vote coming up soon but they took like a one of those preliminary vote you have to take and they have the votes to do it joe manchin was involved in this bipartisan agreement uh and in includes funding.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

"The voice of west virginia i'm chris lawrence and it's seven of six let's go to the metronews anchored ask for an update here's shana johnson jonny good morning good morning one person a flat after a friend a night's shooting in mercer county mercer county sheriff's deputies say the victim a man was killed in a domestic related shooting in the brushwork area with one of the to shots fired going through a front door investigators do have a suspect in that shooting in ohio county there is no word today on the identity of the man whose body was found sunday along route two at a jogging trail near the pike island locsin damn ohio county sheriff's deputies are investigating no foul play suspected in the death of a man whose body was discovered saturday in wyoming county close to the clear fork river near son hill wyoming county sheriff's deputies identify that man is dennis lane from wyoming county his family had reported him missing last tuesday more than a year and a half later those with the west virginia voluntary organisations active in disaster continue recovery efforts for the june 2016 flood were still building houses were fill building bridges and repairing west virginia voa director janney gone away says volunteers are still working to restore homes after that devastating june 2016 storm now washed out parts of the state she says they've closed 1300 cases so far but still have about seven hundred more families they need to assist especially in clay fayette nicolas webster counties gang away says knowing she is able to help families get back on their feet makes it all worth it david pears in neuro uh knowing they did not do that without war that we are doing that keeps you going on carry hit a sack wv metro news dot com on capitol hill the us senate set to vote at noon today on a possible step toward reopening the federal government three days into a shutdown third district congressman evan jenkins a us senate canada's says it's pastime for spending plan american people or demanding of us to do what is right during the shutdown however long it lasts.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

"Some numbers come back on january 1st so we can kind of see how this would look within west virginia no it's a it's very complex hoppy because in an area like mine or see the eastern panhandle you have a a huge metropolitan area within driving distance you know i'm i'm 45 minutes from pittsburgh i'm an hour and a half from columbus eastern pandal has washington dc sitting right on the border so you can't just look at it from the population base of west virginia and you must look at a universal whole here and i think that has a lot to do with the numbers when they come back we we do have some numbers that go off of because oxford economic study back in two thousand seventeen of the of this year uh forecasted if we had a six point seven five percent tax rate which is what nevada has they're looking at maybe 14 hundred jobs coming in west virginia from this so we do have some numbers go off oath but we don't have any official numbers yet until what that west virginia lottery study comes back and hoppy that gives you an example we know that know lotteries looking at this we have the players here in west virginia and other taking this issue seriously lordy nevertheless delegates democrat from ohio county in supportive of legalised sports betting in west virginia it depends on what the us supreme court dozen of course after that with the west virginia legislature would or would not do but do you do you need to legalize it in and again i i'm not a better i happen to know people that that night following up i don't you know why don't bet one because i'm too tight and to is because of what i do for a living it wouldn't be appropriate for me to be on saturday talking about the games and then also have a wager on the game so i don't i don't bet i i have no moral objection to betting i just i just don't do it because my profession and again because of a type wad but but i do know people who bet and they tell me and i follow the odds so they tell me i called my guy and i bet.

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"ohio county" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on Q95

"Is sailboats you can't were these are these i never know over are now these are things admited no either things that tom thanks everyone knows that you can kill you got a lot of money did the uk us government sailboat did you see that on my i know added thanking god largescale feel i know your heart finally i really was is that and i don't really know that immoral the same bolger river although the thinnest you weigh in here's the story of central ohio county is selling off several collectible now in this this is adult right there from it off sneakers this is how they worded hailed the word sneakers seized from a convicted drug dealer sixty seven boxes of confiscated highend sneakers now there is such a thing as a sneak her hair that varga early israel a lot of tense seriously this is going to go proceed website will benefit a you know a good 'cause here so i don't know how that works with the the police to they just confiscate them now the co may take them go the it is the hours they rob you only would obey they were i view it by the there's a subpoena about this at the sizes returned to 12 or this guy's going to the uh the gas what's the current slang for prison as the black do with is not tennis youth the joint we gotta the joints a box the boxes in on i was i was the joint i've seen in the movies so the whose skull was no longer what is wild all right assaulted now the one hand you're talking about a sailboat ever heard about the old website that goes against our is without the clothe is them there are sounds like there should be messed gala and she may find laugher happy hour those guys are josh she you never heard who's go i have been like 1930s sub alley akg josh wolff is a is the big house how 'bout stirs that still happening prison is in stir have is there any one is there any one you talk to that understands what the hell you're saying we got christian i've been here for a long time at judging had dinner last night apparently not two years socially awkward you know that i've been told that i don't care what else is good that you had to give the you.

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"ohio county" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The cumberland times news reported that bird was honoured by at least eight highways and bridges throughout west virginia the times news list of the memorial says the robert c bird expressway the rubber seabird bridge in the in ohio county the robert seabird highway this is a quarter highway the robert seabird appalachian highway system also a quarter highway the robert seabird appalachian highway system the robert seabird bridge in huntington the roberts he burt interchange on the birch river the roberts he burt appalachian highway system if democrats or those on the left are serious about weeding out monuments tied to racists history i've given you twelve monuments which honor twelve abovementioned democrats it ought to be on that list just to be fair just to be fair and again i'm playing the role of devil's advocate either side but in teaching history for example roberty lee roberty lee has been mentioned so much lately the supreme commander of the south during the civil war this this american this man was so loved by moatham at of a dark blue in the gray question that you know you've heard me talk about on the past who was president lincoln's first choice to be the supreme commander of the union forces when war was inevitable the overwhelming first choice was bob ealy robert lee why didn't lee except why lee was a patriot lee was the the the general in charge of the indian wars he was the fought in the mexican wars he was um at the supreme educator at west point who taught every single one of.

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"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ohio county" Discussed on WCHS

"You eitan howard sheriff of ohio county on that uh tragedy you know how candy last night a 24yearold who who was driving the van michael alan grow who is apparently from the browns run road area and this nineteen year old woman was with him believed to be as girlfriend vehicles swept away grows body discovered and the search continues for his girlfriend who has not yet been a genocide other damaging how can the earth from what the sheriff said was a micro burst that dropped a lot of rain and caused brown's run and wheeling creek to overflow last night okay it would it take a break and come back and when we come back we're going to get the very latest on this troubling story that broke on friday about bridge four high school football coach josh nice warner charged with attempting to seduce viacom shooter a 14yearold girl at the school where he taught and that stories than unfolding over the weekend it's a rather shocking story and harrison counties school super ten amok mansion has been on this and he's been meeting with officials this morning and the super ten it will join this year next when talkline continues also coming up later on in the program a really another tragic story out of charleston where woman was set on fire and they have a suspect and that's all that more coming up this is talkline on metronews the voice of west virginia desk news talk sports now.

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