Daily Rundown October 2, 2020

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Dayton superintendent breaks down return-to-school hybrid plan


New COVID cases in Dayton-area schools again rise gradually


Dayton schools cancel busing Friday due to possible COVID-19 exposure


Cleveland Metropolitan School District launches Issue 68 levy campaign


CPS will not shift to blended learning after Hamilton County appears 'red' on COVID-19 heat map


Potts reveals plan for former Mother of Sorrows school


Lorain County Community Foundation distributes donations to local nonprofits


Summit County candidates discuss experience, plans ahead of early voting start


Dallas Grundy named new University of Akron financial officer


Here’s what Dayton will spend COVID funds on


Toledo Public Schools receives $10 million federal grant


TPS teams up with community partners to offer in-person support for remote students


County workers may fill poll worker rolls in Mahoning County, with a bonus


Ohio 2020 election lawsuits: The battle for your vote begins before you cast a ballot


DeWine signs bill releasing $650 million in virus aid, addresses unemployment system


Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, who attended Cleveland debate, to take COVID-19 test as a precaution after Trump diagnosis


DeWine goes where Trump would not during debate, denounces white supremacism


President Trump and first lady test positive for COVID-19


Stock futures fall on Trump’s announcement of positive COVID-19 test


Ohio coronavirus cases up 1,327 to 155,314: Thursday update


Ohio reports 284 new student, 156 new staff coronavirus cases in K-12 schools


11 Ohio counties now in red coronavirus alert; Cuyahoga again orange

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