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Ohio News Connection
People are urged to stay aware of bad air-quality days as the wildfires still rage.
Students who identify as Republicans were the most reluctant to discuss controversial topics of race, gender and sexual orientation.
Amid inflation, more people are relying on credit cards to meet basic needs.
More student loan borrowers could fall victim to loan-forgiveness scams once their repayment plans resume.
The process of cleaning water so humans can use it is demanding.
A law known as the "Halliburton Loophole" is under growing scrutiny.
Four months after the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, residents say they continue to struggle with ongoing health problems.
Last month's train derailment and chemical spill in East Palestine could have far-reaching and long-lasting impacts on the state's soil and drinking water, environmental experts say.
In addition to affecting farmers' crops, heavier prolonged rainfall and higher temperatures can also harm Ohio's water quality.