Daily Rundown July 21, 2020

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Akron schools may start year with online-only classes

Is virtual learning better for your child's health?

DPS: Continually responding, reevaluating reopening plans

Ahead of reopen plan rollout, Cleveland schools CEO Eric Gordon advises to prepare for either remote learning or hybrid model

Jefferson Area Local Schools reveal plans for fall amid COVID-19

Former president Scarborough on list of University of Akron faculty to be cut

Akron councilman wants police unions to pay for officers’ repeated misconduct

Akron City Council approves plan for 82-home development at former Perkins Middle School

Dayton’s revenue crumbles during pandemic

Middletown City School District to start year online

BREAKING NEWS: FBI agents are at Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder’s farm

Ohio breweries encouraging people to vote with new beer Every Vote Counts

How a record number of lawsuits are setting the course for America’s COVID-19 election

Even where Trump is popular, some school leaders reject his push to reopen schools

Blacks, Latinos and the poor less likely to get $1,200 coronavirus stimulus check, new report says

Trump may deploy federal officers nationwide to combat ‘anarchists’

After Dismissing Coronavirus Surge, Trump Wants to Talk About the Virus Again

Mapping Ohio’s 76,168 coronavirus cases, updates, flattening trends

Coronavirus in Ohio: Hospitalizations spike to second-highest total of pandemic


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