Ohio Ranks Third in Nation in Ongoing Hepatitis A Outbreak

As of Jan. 21, the Buckeye State had experienced 3,468 cases of hepatitis A in a statewide community outbreak that officially began Jan. 1, 2018, according to data by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sixty-two percent of patients were hospitalized, and 16 died.

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Sheriff Partners with Ohio Lawmaker After Another Baby Born in Jail Experiences Withdrawal

  Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones is looking to increase legal penalties for drug dealers who sell to pregnant women after another baby experiencing withdrawal symptoms was born to a female prisoner this month. “It’s come to a tipping point when you have two in less than nine days,” Jones…

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Butler County Sheriff Offering Firearms Training for Teachers After Gun Found in School

Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones pleaded with schools leaders to heed his advice after a loaded and stolen gun was found on a student at Hamilton Freshman School Wednesday. School officials discovered the gun on a 16-year-old student when he had his property searched for vaping on school grounds. District…

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