The Ohio House yesterday offered overwhelming support for a bill that would authorize local health boards across the state to establish syringe-exchange programs with fewer roadblocks, which could pave the way for Cincinnati to establish myriad programs across its neighborhoods most afflicted by intravenous drug use and bloodborne pathogens.
House Bill 92, sponsored jointly by Rep. Ni...
Once government shutdowns started becoming somewhat of a
regular occurrence (there have been 17 shutdowns since 1977), somewhere a
group of people in suits decided to make calls on what they consider
“essential” and “non-essential” federal government services.
An Ohio KKK chapter has been posting recruitment fliers on
cars all across Hillsboro. Unfortunately for the hate group, the
residents are really upset about it because even though the population
is like 90 percent white doesn’t mean they’re racist assholes. CINCINNATI -2
Another effort to reduce Cincinnati’s
alarmingly high infant mortality rates launched Oct. 1, which local
leaders hope will help educate first-time parents in high-risk zip codes
on proper ways to put their infants to sleep.
Another effort to reduce Cincinnati's alarmingly high infant mortality rates launched today, which local leaders hope will help educate first-time parents in the city's most afflicted zip codes on proper ways to put their infants to sleep.
The new city coalition created to address infant deaths, coined Cradle Cincinnati, announced an educational effort to address infant deaths from imprope...
When my brother and I were little kids, we used to play board games all the time, and because I was older and smarter I usually won. Back in those days, my little bro didn’t really understand the concept of sportsmanship and he would sometimes defiantly flip over the entire Stratego board when I started to win a game and get really close to finding his flag, and then he’d storm off and say...
The state of Ohio has to remove 7,200 healthy trees from
the area surrounding the East Fork Lake State Park in Bethel because
they’re considered “high-risk” from the invasive Asian long-horned
beetle, which is basically the Once-ler of the bug world. CINCINNATI -2
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear is moving the state forward
with its revisions to statewide science education standards, which will
focus more heavily on evolution and climate change, despite opposition
from a state legislative committee; some Republicans are worried
teaching evolution could result in “the promotion of socialism and
resulting genocide and murder.” WORLD +1