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Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Dan:

Hatred for COVID-19 included in list of 309 rejected Ohio vanity plates (graphic)

This time around, Covid-19-related plates happened to be rejected with hundreds more. → Read More

27 alleged sexual offenders arrested in ‘Operation Moving Target’, Cuyahoga County prosecutor says

All are accused of engaging in sexually explicit online conversations with undercover officers posing as children. → Read More

3 times as many guns were caught by TSA screeners in July, even with 75% fewer travelers

In a statement released Monday morning by the TSA, the Federal airport screening agency announced that in July there were an alarming number of people caught, trying to fly with guns in carry-on bags. → Read More

Ohio judge rules that 10 p.m. last call on liquor must remain in favor of Gov. DeWine

In a courtroom in Columbus a judge is about to issue her decision on a lawsuit trying to over Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s health order that instituted a 10 p.m. last call for alcohol in bars and restaurants last week. → Read More

After Ohio Statehouse vandalized with red hands, lawmakers criticize Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio State Highway Patrol

For the second time, the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus has been vandalized by protesters and some lawmakers are going public about Governor Mike DeWine’s lack of protection of the taxpayer funded building. → Read More

Ohio trying to be first state to declare racism a public health crisis

Several Ohio House Democrats have signed onto a proposed resolution to declare racism a public heath crisis for the entire state. → Read More

Photos: Inside the investigation of Harley Dilly, the Ohio teen who died in a chimney

The Ohio Attorney General’s office released its file on the Harley Dilly case, the 14-year-old Port Clinton young man who went missing in December and was later found in a chimney of an unoccupied vacation home. → Read More

Ohioans trying to buy emergency food supplies for possible coronavirus outbreak are finding they’re not alone

The threat of a coronavirus outbreak in the United States has some Ohioans getting prepared by purchasing survivalist food and water supplies. → Read More

Ohio now has 212 people under ‘public health supervision’ for coronavirus

The previous six PUI cases, are now in the negative category after test results have come back from the CDC. → Read More

Kevin Bell ‘Flavor-Flav’ wanted by Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department for failing to register as sex offender

Authorities are looking for 50-year-old Kevin Bell, who may be known on the streets in Northeast Ohio as Flavor-Flav. → Read More

Ohioans will begin to see Census information in the mail soon

Every ten years, as dictated by the U.S. Constitution, it is time to count how many people are living in the country. → Read More

Need a date for Valentine’s Day? Ohio is one of the best states for singles

The holiday for lovers is a little more than a week away, so what better time to find out Ohio is the sixth best state in the country to be single according to WalletHub. → Read More

Ohio BMV might send you an email and it is not a scam

In an effort to get people’s attention about the Oct. 1, 2020 deadline to fly domestically with the new REAL ID, the Ohio BMV is emailing customers. → Read More

Ohio EMA will help you pay for a tornado safe room

The Ohio Emergency Management Agency (EMA) is now taking applications to help homeowners build a tornado safe room. → Read More

What to expect for gas prices in Ohio because of escalating Iranian conflict

The world now waits to see what Iran’s response will be after the United States killed one of its top generals in an overnight attack. → Read More

Amount of medical marijuana sold in Ohio in the first year may surprise you

It was the early January, 2019 that the first medical marijuana dispensaries had their final inspections and were allowed to open for business in Ohio. → Read More

3 Ohio Senate bills look to toughen gun laws

In the wake of the Dayton mass shooting three Senate bills (SB) have been introduced in Columbus. → Read More

6-foot-long Boa Constrictor found in Brecksville not on list of 7 illegal reptiles to own in Ohio

On Monday a 6-foot-long Boa Constrictor was found in a woman’s front yard in Brecksville. The snake was captured and sent to a sanctuary in South Euclid, and investigators believe someone may have set the snake free. → Read More

Northern lights visible in Northeast Ohio this weekend? Not likely says expert

All over social media are reports that the northern lights, or aurora borealis, will be visible this weekend in Northeast Ohio. → Read More

Ohio ranks as one of the lowest states for sex offenders per capita

The personal safety and security experts at ASecureLife have ranked every state in country based on the amount of sex offenders, per capita, and Ohio has the fourth fewest. → Read More