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10:52 am
Tue July 31, 2012

Liberal And Conservative Groups Join To Stop Kasich's Jobs Program

A coalition of progressive groups and a pair of Democratic state representatives are going back to the Ohio Supreme Court over the state’s job creation agency JobsOhio. But as Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports, this time they have some unlikely help.

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Nature
8:40 am
Tue July 31, 2012

Poor Will's Almanack: July 31 - August 6, 2012

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Poor Will’s Almanack for the final week of middle summer.

"Sit in your cell as in paradise," stated the 15th century monk St. Romauld. "Put the whole world behind you and forget it. Watch your thoughts like a good fisherman watching for fish. Empty yourself completely and sit waiting, content with the grace of God, like the chick who tastes nothing and eats nothing but what his mother brings him."

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Business & Technology
8:25 am
Tue July 31, 2012

Governor Kasich Announces More Jobs Coming To Dayton Area

Governor Kasich announced approval for 25 projects across the state, which he says will create more than 2000 jobs. At the monthly meeting of the Ohio Tax Credit Authority, several  proposals were approved in the Miami Valley. Among them, Production Control Units Incorporated in Dayton was approved and it expects to create 55 full time jobs. The company specializes in production process, automated assembly and product testing. Also, BOI solution was approved by the Tax Credit Authority for its new location project in Miamisburg.

Around the Miami Valley
11:27 am
Mon July 30, 2012

WYSO Weekend: July 29, 2012

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for July 29, 2012 including the following stories:

-Refugees Find A Place To Grow In Dayton, by Community Voices producer Tracy Staley

-New Ohio Guide: Birthplace of a President, by Meg Hanrahan

-Jerry Kenney speaks with Generation Opportunity president Paul Conway about the challenges many high school and college graduates are facing when trying to enter the job market

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Statewide News
7:04 am
Mon July 30, 2012

Early Storm Damage Tally for Ohio Reaches $29M

Early reports tallying damage from last month's storms in Ohio at $29 million have several Ohio cities anxiously hoping for federal disaster relief.

The Columbus Dispatch reports that the storm costs reported in the state so far total more than half of what Ohio tallied when remnants of Hurricane Ike hit Ohio in 2008.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be assessing damage to the affected counties starting Monday with the verification expected to take up to 10 days.

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