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The 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions are following the latest trend and going virtual! The event — originally scheduled for Cleveland’s Public Hall on May 2nd — was pushed to November 7th. The new date is still happening but 2020 marks the first year that the Rock Hall will induct its members […]

Hey Ohio, we are now joining the other states that border us in not requiring drivers to have front license plates on your vehicles. According to NBC4i, starting today (July 1st), Ohioans will be allowed on the road with only the rear license plate. Most vehicles can remove their front license plate as a new […]

Bellaire Schools Superintendent Darren Jenkins says that a number of his students took their annual trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and came back with way more then just a tan. They tested positive for COVID-19. The numbers are unclear, and it was a diverse group. More than just Ohio students returned home with the […]

Columbus Police are denying that they ripped the legs off of a double amputee after dousing him with pepper spray and has released body cam footage to back their story. Columbus Police Sgt. James Fuqua explains body-cam footage and footage from a pole-mounted camera near the Ohio Statehouse. Check it out below:   According to […]

Ohio BMV’s reopened around the state today and worker’s were met bright and early with long lines of people awaiting their services. Now the BMV is sending out a reminder that you don’t have to come into the BMV locations, some of those services are offered online.   According to NBC4i.com, before BMVs opened their […]

Just last night, (May 18th) the National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Lilly Chapel not far from the Franklin County line, right here in Central Ohio. A new study shows that these around the world are becoming more deadly and stronger. A new study out Monday (May 18th) from researchers at the University […]

Unfortunately, another Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction employee has passed away from complications due to COVID-19. The man is said to have been a nurse at one of the state’s correctional facilities. Check out the news report from NBC4i.com below:   According to the report, the man has been identified as  61 year old […]

The day is finally here that retailers are free to open their businesses back up to the public after weeks of being shut down due to the pandemic. Approximately 90% of the state’s economy will be back open, according to Gov. Mike DeWine, but things will look a little different. According to NBC4i.com, our favorite […]

Kroger will begin limiting the amount of meat that you purchase in their Central Ohio stores. This comes after some processors are facing challenges at their meat processing plants. According to NBC4i.com, stores will add purchase limits on ground beef, chicken and fresh pork. Kroger released the following statement: At Kroger, we feel good about […]

Sunday evening (March 29th) the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction confirmed that an officer at the Marion Correctional Institution (MCI) had tested positive for COVID-19. According to Clevescene.com, MCI is located about an hour north of Columbus and this is the first known positive case among inmates or staff within Ohio’s expansive prison system, […]

Tomorrow (Tuesday, March 17th) is Super Tuesday in Ohio! Early voting for the Ohio Primary Elections will begin. Republican Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has ordered all county boards of elections to offer a curbside voting option to any voter “concerned about coming inside a polling location.” According to 10tv.com, LaRose’s latest order also […]

Won’t He Do It! In miraculous news, a Cincinnati, Ohio megachurch just blessed a whole lot of people when the Pastor told his congregation that it’spaying off $46.5 million in medical debt for more than 45,000 families. According to Fox5Atlanta, Crossroads Church partnered with RIP Medical Debt, a medical debt relief nonprofit, to wipe out […]