Ohio

91 People Infected With Coronavirus After One Man Attended Church Service

At least 91 people contracted coronavirus after a church service in Ohio. A 56-year-old man who tested positive is single handedly responsible for the spread. Read more and see how easily the novel virus spread.
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Restaurant Removes Sign Stating 'Staff Will Not Be Wearing Masks' Amid Coronavirus

After establishments were given the green light to open up indoor dining, one restaurant started making waves for a sign that said employees would not be wearing masks despite government guidelines. Read on now.
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Coronavirus Patient Urges Social Distancing From Hospital Bed: 'Stay Away From Others'

As an Ohio man remains in the hospital, he wants to send out an important message to the world. Kevin Harris is recovering from coronavirus and is urging others to take social distancing seriously as the COVID-19 virus continues to spread
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Customer threw iguana at restaurant manager, police say

PAINESVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a customer at an Ohio restaurant pulled out a turquoise iguana from under his shirt, swung it around and threw it at the manager. Police say the Madison man walked into Perkins Restaurant in Painesville, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Cleveland...
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Astronaut John Glenn Dies At 95

Astronaut John Glenn has passed away at the age of 95. He was the first American to ever orbit the earth. He was also a U.S. Senator, and became the oldest man in space when he returned on Discovery at the age of 77. He died at James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. -Mike Draup Photo: USA Today
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Newlyweds Don't Let Traffic Stop The First Dance

Jeff and Rebecca Payne were headed from their ceremony to their reception in Ohio when they got stuck in traffic after a multicar crash. After an hour, the bride began to stress out, when a stranger jumped into action and recommended the Paynes do their first dance right in the middle of the...
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The Cleveland Cavaliers Got Their White House Visit

President Obama's got a few things left to do before leaving office in January, and one of them was to welcome this year's NBA Champs. The Cleveland Cavaliers visited The White House Thursday and Obama was full of jokes: Looks like everyone had a great time! -Mike Draup Photo: USA Today
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