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Shuttered Lordstown Plant to Reopen with 600 U.S. Jobs Making Electric Trucks

Lordstown, Ohio — abandoned by General Motors (GM) last year — will soon get about 600 American jobs to produce electric pickup trucks for the…

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Watch — Furloughed Ohioan: ‘Cure Is Going to Be Worse Than the Disease’ if We Don’t Get Back to Work

A furloughed Ohioan attending an “Open Our Ohio” protest at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on Saturday told Breitbart News that the “cure is going…

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Gov. Mike DeWine Announces Ohio Will Begin Reopening May 1

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) announced Thursday that the state will begin to re-open on May 1, the same day its stay-at-home order prompted by…

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Watch–Trump to GM: Reopen Lordstown to Manufacture Ventilators

President Donald Trump is telling General Motors (GM) CEO Mary Barra to reopen the automaker’s idled Lordstown, Ohio, plant to make ventilators for Americans in…

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Customer Leaves $2,500 Tip Before Bar Closes Due to Coronavirus

A generous customer is being noticed for leaving a $2,500 tip on his bill on Sunday at a local bar in Ohio before it was…

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Ohio Market Owners Accused of $10 Million Food Stamp Fraud

Two former Somali specialty market owners in Columbus, Ohio, are facing more than $10 million in food stamp fraud charges, authorities say.

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DOJ: Ohio Man Ran $300 Million Bitcoin Money Laundering Scheme

An Ohio man has been arrested by federal authorities for running a “Bitcoin mixer” service on the dark web that helped to launder as much as…

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Study: Opioid Deaths Rise in Towns Where U.S. Auto Plants Have Closed

Opioid deaths sharply rise in American communities where multinational automakers have closed their United States plants, the latest medical study confirms.

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Mystery Donor Drops Coin Worth $1,200 in Salvation Army Kettle

A mysterious good Samaritan has secretly dropped a gold coin worth $1,200 into a Salvation Army kettle in Springfield, Ohio, for the fifth consecutive year.

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