The number of daily coronavirus cases reached another milestone yesterday--breaking the 7,000 per day mark.
The cases in this--what DeWine describes as the third wave of the virus--and hospital space and personnel are being severely tested by the surging caseloads.
Ten days past the election and President Donald Trump still disputes the outcome and refuses to concede to president-elect Joe Biden. The president's campaign continues to challenge result in several key states.
Infant mortality or the rate at which babies die before reaching their first birthday continues to be an issue of high concern for local and state health officials. According to new data, it appears numbers in Cuyahoga County are on a decline--but babies of color are still dying in greater numbers than white counterparts.
Time is starting to run out for lawmakers to repeal House Bill 6---or the nuclear bailout bill. Ohio electric customers will begin paying extra fees in January toward the subsidies earmarked in the bill--if it is not repealed by the end of the year.
Finally--- Ohio's baseball clubs own bragging rights for the best pitchers in both leagues.
Glenn Forbes, Producer/Host, Ideastream
Anna Huntsman, Health Reporter/Producer, Ideastream
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV