Families that are part of their school district's free or reduced-price meal programs will soon receive assistance to help buy food through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer program, which just received federal approval.
After saying last week that an announcement on reopening child care centers would be coming Monday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said today he wasn't ready to bring forward a date or plans on that quite yet.
Organizers of the Memorial Tournament say a Radio Identification Frequency Device will be installed in patron badges to keep track of social distancing practices during the event rescheduled for mid-July.
Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose says Ohio needs to take the application process for mail-in ballots online, agree to pay postage on return applications and ballots and make other voting-law changes to assure the November presidential election runs smoothly.
Non-essential businesses that were closed during the past month due to COVID-19 are now starting to reopen. But as Statehouse correspondent Jo Ingles reports, some worry that’s happening too quickly without proper safeguards.
Salons, barbershops and outdoor dining can begin to reopen May 15th, under guidelines being released today by Governor Mike DeWine, and restaurants and bars can fully reopen by May 21. But he says reopening Ohio carries a risk.