The operator of a nuclear reactor where cracks were discovered in the plant's concrete shell told The Associated Press on Wednesday it alerted regulators last month to more cracks found near the top of the structure.
Ohio nursing homes have slashed thousands of jobs amid recent cuts in federal and state government funding, according to industry surveys. Advocates warn that patient care will worsen as there are fewer workers to tend to them, but the state says more patients are moving to home-based care, an area where jobs are opening up.
An Ohio lawmaker on Wednesday touted the importance of the fetal heartbeat as an indicator of life as he urged a legislative panel to support a bill that would impose the nation's most stringent abortion limit.
What's good for the goose is good for the gander. The Erie County Health Department claims the assistant director of the state health department, an expert on sewage systems, intentionally tried to skirt the laws when he failed to obtain a permit when he changed his residential sewage system on Kelleys Island.