Daily Rundown September 24, 2020

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General Election - Forbes challenges Headen for appeals court seat

Levy may be needed to acquire school property

Amherst Schools to purchase new bus; work with Vermilion for bus drivers

Fortune 500 company lays off majority of employees at Dayton's largest college

Election staff considered placing five drop boxes in Cuyahoga County before LaRose’s directive, board member testifies

Ohio National Guard to return to Cleveland as city hosts first 2020 presidential debate

Panel looks at open land zoning requirements for certain areas

COVID-19 cases rise in Geauga pushing it to orange alert level

University of Akron enrollment drops 7.2%, about half of projected decline due to pandemic

First area school closes due to teacher COVID-19 case

Cyberattack could have exposed Mount Carmel patients' personal information

Ohio's online voter registration might not work for many college students

How does vote-by-mail work in Ohio, and why is it safe? Election Truth

Ohio voters like Gov. DeWine a lot, lean slightly toward Joe Biden over Donald Trump, and split on social justice protests - New Great Lakes poll

Yost files racketeering lawsuit against FirstEnergy, former speaker

Dismay over Breonna Taylor spills into America’s streets

Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transfer of power if he loses

Democrats promise showdown over Supreme Court seat

President Trump, GOP AGs accuse social media companies of silencing conservatives

Coronavirus mutation is making COVID-19 more contagious, study finds

Thousands of airline employees face furlough on Oct. 1 without relief from Congress

COVID-19 in Ohio: 903 cases, 52 deaths added to statewide toll


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