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Foster dad adopts boy abandoned at hospital by his adoptive parents

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“I was chosen, I was wanted, I was cherished, I grew in his heart, I was the missing piece and I’m loved today," the boy said.Read more

Mount Carmel fined $477,000 in settlement agreement with board of pharmacy

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Two Mount Carmel pharmacists will also have to pay fines and receive continuing education courses in areas like palliative care, end of life therapy and medication...Read more

Mount Carmel Health responds to Dr. Husel's defamation lawsuit

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Husel, who was fired by the hospital in December of 2018 following an internal investigation, has been charged with 25 counts of murder – accused of ordering large doses...Read more

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Advocacy group calls on state to inspect Sequel Pomegranate after pattern of abuse allegations

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Disability Rights Ohio, a statewide advocacy group for people with disabilities, is calling on state officials to further inspect Sequel Pomegranate.Read more

Les Wexner denies his resignation was linked to alleged culture troubles at L Brands

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Last week, Wexner announced that he would step down as chairman and chief executive officer of the company after the closing of the sale of Victoria's Secret.Read more

Critics of program that allows offenders to check-in with parole officers via phone say it should exclude violent felons

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The program commonly referred to as ATR or automated telephone reporting, began in 2018 – in part – as a means to reduce heavy parole officer caseloads.Read more

Violent convicted felon was one of 2,600 ex-cons allowed to check-in with parole officers via phone

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10 Investigates discovered that a Columbus man now charged with murder was among approximately 2,600 other ex-offenders assigned to an automated telephone reporting...Read more

Agency rescinds second threat to pull federal funding from Sequel Pomegranate

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Earlier this month, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found the youth psychiatric facility in Columbus was out of compliance with federal Medicare standards.Read more

Environmental groups want ban on certain de-icing brines citing concerns over radioactivity

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Their calls for the ban come despite a study by the Ohio Department of Health last year that found brines derived from oil and gas drilling pose a negligible risk to the...Read more