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Bill to allow concealed carry guns on college campuses delayed

8:32 PM Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

The drive to pass a bill to allow people to bring guns onto college campuses has been slowed at the Ohio Statehouse. The proposal from Rep. Ron Maag, R-Lebanon, would let people with a Concealed Carry Weapon Permit bring a weapon onto college campuses if that school’s board of trustees allow it. After the violent attack at Ohio State...
Bill to allow concealed carry guns on college campuses delayed

8:32 PM Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

The drive to pass a bill to allow people to bring guns onto college campuses has been slowed at the Ohio Statehouse. The proposal from Rep. Ron Maag, R-Lebanon, would let people with a Concealed Carry Weapon Permit bring a weapon onto college campuses if that school’s board of trustees allow it. After the violent attack at Ohio State...
Bill would allow guns on campus
 In the wake of the violent attack on the Ohio State University campus, state lawmakers are considering whether to relax a law that bans concealed weapon permit holders from bringing guns on college campuses. Monday’s attack provided the backdrop for an Ohio Senate committee hearing Tuesday on HB 48, a proposal from Rep. Ron Maag, R-...

9:57 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

In the wake of the violent attack on the Ohio State University campus, state lawmakers are considering whether to relax a law that bans concealed weapon permit holders from bringing guns on college campuses. Monday’s attack provided the backdrop for an Ohio Senate committee hearing Tuesday on HB 48, a proposal from Rep. Ron Maag, R-...
Ohio may allow guns on college campuses
 In the wake of the violent attack on the Ohio State University campus, state lawmakers are considering whether to relax a law that bans concealed weapon permit holders from bringing guns on college campuses. Monday’s attack provided the backdrop for an Ohio Senate committee hearing Tuesday on HB 48, a proposal from Rep. Ron Maag, R-...

9:57 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

In the wake of the violent attack on the Ohio State University campus, state lawmakers are considering whether to relax a law that bans concealed weapon permit holders from bringing guns on college campuses. Monday’s attack provided the backdrop for an Ohio Senate committee hearing Tuesday on HB 48, a proposal from Rep. Ron Maag, R-...
Taxpayers get bill for special election to replace John Boehner
 News Center 7 has learned the exact cost of the Sept. 13 special election in the 8th Congressional District. The election was required because the Democrat in the race to replace John Boehner dropped out of the running. It featured only one candidate, Steven Fought, because no one else filed petitions to run. Fought will face Republican Warren...

1:26 AM Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016

News Center 7 has learned the exact cost of the Sept. 13 special election in the 8th Congressional District. The election was required because the Democrat in the race to replace John Boehner dropped out of the running. It featured only one candidate, Steven Fought, because no one else filed petitions to run. Fought will face Republican Warren...
Taxpayers get bill for special election to replace John Boehner
 News Center 7 has learned the exact cost of the Sept. 13 special election in the 8th Congressional District. The election was required because the Democrat in the race to replace John Boehner dropped out of the running. It featured only one candidate, Steven Fought, because no one else filed petitions to run. Fought will face Republican Warren...

1:25 AM Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016

News Center 7 has learned the exact cost of the Sept. 13 special election in the 8th Congressional District. The election was required because the Democrat in the race to replace John Boehner dropped out of the running. It featured only one candidate, Steven Fought, because no one else filed petitions to run. Fought will face Republican Warren...
Presidential poll shows Ohio battleground state once again

11:13 PM Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016

A new poll shows Ohio is back to being a battleground state in the Presidential race. Hillary Clinton carries a slight advantage with 41% while Donald Trump is right behind her with 38%. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate has 7 % while Jill Stein of the Green Party came in with 6%. The poll was conducted by the University of Akron. Political...
Presidential poll shows Ohio battleground state once again
 A new poll shows Ohio is back to being a battleground state in the Presidential race. Hillary Clinton carries a slight advantage with 41% while Donald Trump is right behind her with 38%. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate has 7 % while Jill Stein of the Green Party came in with 6%. The poll was conducted by the University of Akron. Political...

11:13 PM Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016

A new poll shows Ohio is back to being a battleground state in the Presidential race. Hillary Clinton carries a slight advantage with 41% while Donald Trump is right behind her with 38%. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate has 7 % while Jill Stein of the Green Party came in with 6%. The poll was conducted by the University of Akron. Political...
Tipp City officials buy a house — in order to tear it down
 Tipp City officials bought a house so they could tear it down. It may sound strange, but it helped to put an end to a long-running controversy. The controversy began when a family living in the house, at 274 Miles Ave., discovered a large storm drain pipe underneath it was corroding. The owner feared it could collapse, taking the house down...

10:05 PM Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

Tipp City officials bought a house so they could tear it down. It may sound strange, but it helped to put an end to a long-running controversy. The controversy began when a family living in the house, at 274 Miles Ave., discovered a large storm drain pipe underneath it was corroding. The owner feared it could collapse, taking the house down...
Tipp City officials buy a house — in order to tear it down
 Tipp City officials bought a house so they could tear it down. It may sound strange, but it helped to put an end to a long-running controversy. The controversy began when a family living in the house, at 274 Miles Ave., discovered a large storm drain pipe underneath it was corroding. The owner feared it could collapse, taking the house down...

10:05 PM Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

Tipp City officials bought a house so they could tear it down. It may sound strange, but it helped to put an end to a long-running controversy. The controversy began when a family living in the house, at 274 Miles Ave., discovered a large storm drain pipe underneath it was corroding. The owner feared it could collapse, taking the house down...
Tipp City razes controversial house
 A one-story house in Tipp City that sat atop a large, corroding storm drain was demolished by the city Monday, wiping away years of controversy and finger-pointing in about an hour. The controversy had pitted the owner of the house at 274 Miles Avenue, James Labosky, against the city council and administration. The city eventually bought...

8:06 PM Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

A one-story house in Tipp City that sat atop a large, corroding storm drain was demolished by the city Monday, wiping away years of controversy and finger-pointing in about an hour. The controversy had pitted the owner of the house at 274 Miles Avenue, James Labosky, against the city council and administration. The city eventually bought...
Tipp City razes controversial house
 A one-story house in Tipp City that sat atop a large, corroding storm drain was demolished by the city Monday, wiping away years of controversy and finger-pointing in about an hour. The controversy had pitted the owner of the house at 274 Miles Avenue, James Labosky, against the city council and administration. The city eventually bought...

8:06 PM Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

A one-story house in Tipp City that sat atop a large, corroding storm drain was demolished by the city Monday, wiping away years of controversy and finger-pointing in about an hour. The controversy had pitted the owner of the house at 274 Miles Avenue, James Labosky, against the city council and administration. The city eventually bought...
Ohio GOP has gone too far, Clayton Democrat David Sparks says
 Clayton Democrat David Sparks claim the Ohio GOP has gone too far. They have created a web site, CREEPYDAVE.COM, that features some of the many videos Sparks has posted online. Some of them show Sparks talking and even singing about sex, drugs and politics. One video centers on Sparks’ feelings in graphic detail, as a teenager, when...

12:33 AM Saturday, Oct. 01, 2016

Clayton Democrat David Sparks claim the Ohio GOP has gone too far. They have created a web site, CREEPYDAVE.COM, that features some of the many videos Sparks has posted online. Some of them show Sparks talking and even singing about sex, drugs and politics. One video centers on Sparks’ feelings in graphic detail, as a teenager, when...
I-Team: Military families turn to food stamps
 Tens of thousands of active-duty service-members rely on public assistance to feed their families, and countless more may need assistance but face barriers to getting it, an I-Team investigation found. Volunteers at an area food pantry are not surprised. They see dozens of airmen from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base come through their doors...

6:25 PM Friday, Sep. 30, 2016

Tens of thousands of active-duty service-members rely on public assistance to feed their families, and countless more may need assistance but face barriers to getting it, an I-Team investigation found. Volunteers at an area food pantry are not surprised. They see dozens of airmen from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base come through their doors...
Candidate says pricey election not his fault
 The lone candidate in an expensive special primary election set for Sept. 13 has a message for taxpayers: “Don’t blame me.” Steven Fought, the Democrat running in the 8th Congressional district, was surprised to learn he was the only person to file petitions for the race when the previous candidate, Corey Foister, dropped...

4:00 AM Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016

The lone candidate in an expensive special primary election set for Sept. 13 has a message for taxpayers: “Don’t blame me.” Steven Fought, the Democrat running in the 8th Congressional district, was surprised to learn he was the only person to file petitions for the race when the previous candidate, Corey Foister, dropped...
Fought can win 8th District primary with 1 vote
 Steven Fought needs only one vote on Sept. 13 to win the Democratic primary election in the 8th Congressional District. That’s because he’s the only candidate on the ballot. When the previous candidate dropped out of the running, Fought threw his hat into the ring on short notice. He didn’t know at the time that his candidacy...

10:39 PM Monday, Aug. 15, 2016

Steven Fought needs only one vote on Sept. 13 to win the Democratic primary election in the 8th Congressional District. That’s because he’s the only candidate on the ballot. When the previous candidate dropped out of the running, Fought threw his hat into the ring on short notice. He didn’t know at the time that his candidacy...
Independent candidate tries to make Ohio ballot
 Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, is taking an unusual and unprecedented route to the Ohio ballot. Supporters have filed petitions with the Ohio Secretary of State in Columbus, but the petitions did not carry Johnson’s name. Instead, the 12,000 petitions contain the name of Charles Earl...

12:53 AM Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, is taking an unusual and unprecedented route to the Ohio ballot. Supporters have filed petitions with the Ohio Secretary of State in Columbus, but the petitions did not carry Johnson’s name. Instead, the 12,000 petitions contain the name of Charles Earl...
Independent candidate tries to make Ohio ballot
 Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, is taking an unusual and unprecedented route to the Ohio ballot. Supporters have filed petitions with the Ohio Secretary of State in Columbus, but the petitions did not carry Johnson’s name. Instead, the 12,000 petitions contain the name of Charles Earl...

12:53 AM Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, is taking an unusual and unprecedented route to the Ohio ballot. Supporters have filed petitions with the Ohio Secretary of State in Columbus, but the petitions did not carry Johnson’s name. Instead, the 12,000 petitions contain the name of Charles Earl...
Stage set for 8th Congressional District primary
 Despite an estimated cost of $500,000, state authorities have set the stage for a primary election in the 8th Congressional district even though there is absolutely no doubt about who will win. The district stretches along the state’s western border, from Hamilton to Troy and eastward to Springfield. Only one candidate, Mercer County...

12:41 AM Friday, Aug. 05, 2016

Despite an estimated cost of $500,000, state authorities have set the stage for a primary election in the 8th Congressional district even though there is absolutely no doubt about who will win. The district stretches along the state’s western border, from Hamilton to Troy and eastward to Springfield. Only one candidate, Mercer County...
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