Daily Rundown September 25, 2020

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City, Dayton schools partner to increase police ranks

Akron Public Schools, police agreement would lower number of resource officers in schools

Sinclair College recognized in best employer ranking

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections fails to fess up to its mistake in ‘update’ to poll worker applicants

University of Akron reports few new COVID-19 cases despite increased testing

Pullback in Dayton hiring doesn’t worry some leaders

Toledo's income tax revenue down, in line with projections

School cases on the rise

TPS considers reopening virtual academy registration

Elevated levels of coronavirus found in Oregon wastewater

‘I can’t think of a more worthy holiday’: Juneteenth is now a paid day off in Hamilton County

Ohio court weighs allowing electronic ballot applications

Popular vote should determine presidential winner in Ohio, governor says

DeWine promises veto of latest bill to limit his authority to impose coronavirus restrictions

Indoor nursing home visits to be allowed starting next month

Box of mail, absentee ballots found in Wisconsin ditch

U.S. Attorney issues letter regarding mail-in ballots investigation

Ahead of election, U.S. Postal Service mail delays still far exceed goals, records show

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Trump potentially refusing to peacefully transfer power: ‘That is not going to happen’

Judge says 2020 census must continue for another month

US parents delaying preschool and kindergarten amid pandemic

'A long, tough week': 24 arrested as Breonna Taylor protests again take over Louisville streets; curfew extended through weekend

Facebook critics start rival, independent ‘oversight board’

Stimulus check update: Democrats prepare $2.4T virus relief measure

Coronavirus in Ohio Thursday update: 991 new cases, 28 additional deaths reported

Ohio reports weekly increase of 394 coronavirus cases in K-12 schools

9 Ohio counties now on coronavirus red alert; Cuyahoga County stays orange for 6th straight week


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