Daily Rundown June 30, 2020

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Coronavirus: DPS safety protocols include face shields, temp checks

 

Sinclair board OKs budget amid challenges

 

Akron middle, high school students would still spend most days at home under reopening recommendations

 

CMSD Survey: Family Income, Student Age Impacted Remote Learning Success

 

State audit cites major misspending, conflict of interest at Richard Allen schools

 

Coronavirus in Ohio: No single number captures the pandemic. But watch this one.

 

Hamilton County commissioner today takes first steps to declare racism a public health crisis

 

'A new reality': Cincinnati school board votes to greet students 2-3 days a week in fall

 

Report: Northeast Ohio economic recovery will take at least two years

 

Gov. Mike DeWine is extending public health orders that were due to expire. Here is a list.

 

Reopening guidelines for Ohio schools delayed again, to Thursday

 

Are Ohio schools’ equity policies enough to fight racism?

 

'You have disappointed your party faithful.' Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine faces mutiny among local GOP party officials

 

'This is hell': Parents and kids hate online learning, but they could face more of it

 

Fearing Trump loss, some Republicans starting to distance from president

 

Trump campaign sues over mail-in drop-off sites for ballots in Pennsylvania

 

Confederate flag losing prominence 155 years after Civil War

 

Mapping Ohio’s 51,046 coronavirus cases, plus latest case, death, hospitalization trends

Coronavirus: Ohio positive test rate rises, ‘cause for concern’

Coronavirus in Ohio: Nursing homes can allow visitors again July 20

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