In children with rhabdomyosarcoma, or RMS, a rare cancer that affects the muscles and other soft tissues, the presence of mutations in several genes, including TP53, MYOD1, and CDKN2A, appears to be associated with a more aggressive form of the disease and a poorer chance of survival.… Read full story
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has reached a settlement agreement with Frontier Communications to increase the quality of internet coverage to underserved areas of Ohio and to stop overbilling customers for unreliable service.
The settlement comes after an investigation into Frontier’s sales and advertising practices related to the internet services offered and sold to Ohio consumers.… Read full story
Violations of TSA requirements may result in criminal charges, civil penalties
WASHINGTON — As America continues to recover from the pandemic and vaccination rates rise, the Transportation Security Administration and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are excited to welcome the traveling public back to the nation’s transportation systems.… Read full story
(CLEVELAND, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today that his office has filed a lawsuit against a used-car dealership and its owners over violations of consumer protection laws and failure to deliver vehicle titles to customers.
Consumers contacted the Attorney General’s Office with 85 complaints about Michael Ray Auto Group, Inc.,… Read full story
At approximately 2:19 pm officers apprehended Darren L. Price at a residence in North Liberty. Warrants for his arrest had been issued after the June 17th incident when a Fredericktown Police officer reported that Price had pulled a handgun, and then fled from the scene of a traffic stop on Fredericktown Amity Road.… Read full story
NIH scientists discover that bacteria may drive activity of many hallmark aging genes in flies.
To better understand the role of bacteria in health and disease, National Institutes of Health researchers fed fruit flies antibiotics and monitored the lifetime activity of hundreds of genes that scientists have traditionally thought control aging.… Read full story
Knox County Court of Common Pleas Judge Richard Wetzel, with Chief Probation Officer Lisa Lyons, would like to congratulate a couple of our officers by presenting a Certificate of Acknowledgment and Appreciation for their efforts to save the life of a felony probationer who had suffered a near fatal overdose of fentanyl.… Read full story
Adolescent marijuana use and binge drinking did not significantly change during the COVID-19 pandemic, despite record decreases in the substances’ perceived availability, according to a survey of 12th graders in the United States. The study’s findings, which appeared online on June 24, 2021, in Drug and Alcohol Dependence, challenge the idea that reducing adolescent use of drugs can be achieved solely by limiting their supply.… Read full story
(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today provided the following updates on Ohio’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For yesterday’s fifth and final Ohio Vax-a-Million drawing, 3,469,542 vaccinated adults entered for a chance to win $1 million, and 154,889 vaccinated youth entered for a chance to win a college scholarship.… Read full story
Planning to stay in a hotel soon? Keep your personal information protected since tourist and business travelers are often considered the easiest targets. Hotels provide scammers an easy path towards their goal of trying to separate a traveler from their cash.… Read full story