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Columbus police arrest man accused of setting puppy on fire

Columbus police arrest man accused of setting puppy on fire

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — have arrested a man who is accused of Sunday, October 11.On Thursday, investigators learned who the puppy was and that she was last seen in the custody of Ra’shae Syrtaj Jermaine Johnson. Johnson was picked up for questioning and eventually confessed to setting fire to a crate while the dog was locked inside.On Sunday, October 11 between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., firefighters responded to a small fire in Walnut Hill Park on Columbus’ east side. Upon their arrival, officers were able to determine the fire was a plastic dog crate.After the fire was extinguished,...

October 16, 2020
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MIS-C cases in children connected to COVID-19 surface in Northeast Ohio

MIS-C cases in children connected to COVID-19 surface in Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Cases of (MIS-C), a rare condition that affects children typically after they’ve recovered from a , have surfaced in Northeast Ohio.The Dininger family of Ontario, Ohio, just outside of Mansfield, has been affected by the syndrome. Their son, Chase, 12, was diagnosed with MIS-C. The condition causes different body parts to become inflamed including the heart, lungs and kidneys.“We just thought it kinda was a normal flu, cold. He really didn’t show anything, other than being tired,” Randy Dininger, father, said. “He woke up with a fever of 104. So I took him to the...

February 2, 2021
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Ohio ‘Stand Your Ground’ law starts Tuesday

Ohio ‘Stand Your Ground’ law starts Tuesday

– A new gun law will start in Ohio on Tuesday.he “duty to retreat” requirement before a gun owner can use lethal force in self-defense.Previously, Ohio law required someone to first attempt to retreat before using deadly force in self-defense in any place that is not their vehicle or home. The bill removed the words “vehicle” and “home,” and instead, people will have no duty to retreat as long as they are legally allowed somewhere.Senate Bill 175 passed with Republican support in December and was signed by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Jan. 4.DeWine released this statement after signing the bill...

April 5, 2021
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President Joe Biden highlights Ohio business helping get people vaccinated

President Joe Biden highlights Ohio business helping get people vaccinated

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio () — A small business owner from got a shoutout from during a briefing Wednesday afternoon.Patty Young, owner of Young Hair, Inc., was praised by the president for her salon’s creative strategy aimed at getting people in the community vaccinated.“Patty Young owns a hair salon in Springfield, Ohio. She’s also dedicated to getting her customers and employees vaccinated,” Biden said. “When they leave the salon, the receptionist helps sign you or your family up to get a vaccine, or where to get it. They’ve scheduled over 200 shots so far.”Young said when she called for her...

April 22, 2021
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Kent State canceling on-campus events through July 4

Kent State canceling on-campus events through July 4

KENT, Ohio (WJW) — Kent State University on Monday it’s canceling on-campus events through July 4 due to the coronavirus pandemic.Kent said, “Due to the ongoing uncertainty as we fight COVID-19, Kent State University is canceling through July 4 all on-campus activities, events, summer camps and conferences sponsored by the university, as well as those sponsored by our community members who use the Kent State campuses to host their events.“The university said this latest news extends its earlier decision that canceled all spring activities including the May 4 50th Commemoration Weekend...

April 13, 2020
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NYC to fine those who violate social distancing rule

NYC to fine those who violate social distancing rule

(CNN) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s call for “all hands on deck” in the state experiencing the worst of the coronavirus pandemic in the US has turned out more medical staff, a surge in medical supplies and a hospital in Central Park expected to be operational Tuesday.A temporary hospital being set up at New York City’s Javits Convention Center is also expected to be operational this week.There are more than.New York officials have pleaded for more supplies for medical staff to continue to treat the growing patient population, and now the city has received all of the 2,500 ventilators...

March 30, 2020
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UH begins monitoring coronavirus patients remotely using wristband

UH begins monitoring coronavirus patients remotely using wristband

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoCLEVEVLAND (WJW)-- A local hospital is the first across the globe to begin remotely monitoring patients who test positive for coronavirus.“They are really over-running emergency departments across the country. We knew we had to do something,” said Dr. Peter Pronovost, University Hospitals chief clinical transformation officer.Pronovost said UH teamed up with Masimo SafetyNet to create a sensor that is taped around a patient’s finger and attached to a disposable wristband.“The sensor measures your heart rate, your oxygen, even how fast you are...

March 24, 2020
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New order requires Ohio nursing homes to notify families of COVID-19 cases

New order requires Ohio nursing homes to notify families of COVID-19 cases

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoCOLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW)-- Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced a new state order on Monday that requires long-term care facilities to notify residents and families within 24 hours of a resident or staff member being infected with COVID-19.Previously, the Ohio Department of Health strongly encouraged facilities to notify families, but now it is required. The health department will be providing a list on its website where a person has tested positive."It's not the fault of nursing homes. Most nursing homes are doing an outstanding job," said Dr. Amy Acton,...

April 13, 2020
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Ohio Investigative Unit cites six businesses for violating coronavirus health orders

Ohio Investigative Unit cites six businesses for violating coronavirus health orders

*Watch our report above on a pool bar in Put-in-Bay being issued a citation.*COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — The Ohio Investigative Unit cited six establishments in southern Ohio for violating health orders.According to a press release, agents issued citations to the following businesses after witnessing violations.“The majority of establishments we visit are doing everything they can to provide a safe environment for their patrons,” said OIU Enforcement Commander Eric Wolf. “It is no surprise to see so many following the precautions put in place to make their establishments safe and compliant with...

August 9, 2020
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President Trump urges against buying Goodyear tires over ‘MAGA’ hats

President Trump urges against buying Goodyear tires over ‘MAGA’ hats

AKRON, Ohio (WJW)– Akron-based is responding to posts on social media and even calls from not to buy its tires.The President posted on his verified Twitter account Wednesday morning that the company has a ban on “Make America Great Again” hats.“Get better tires for far less!” Trump said. “This is what the Radical Left Democrats do. Two can play the same game, and we have to start playing it now.”It started with slides allegedly from a training program that were widely circulated on social media.“The visual in question was not created or distributed by Goodyear corporate, nor was it part of...

August 19, 2020
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