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Multiple lawsuits filed against Mount Carmel, doctor over alleged fentanyl prescription deaths

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The lawsuit, filed Wednesday, names Mount Carmel Health System, Dr. William Husel, and an unnamed nurse and pharmacist as defendants.Read more

Medical marijuana has businesses looking at hiring practices

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Now in business, medical marijuana companies are thinking about their policies and employment.Read more

Ohio sees record-breaking year for organ donations; thousands still on waiting list

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Despite a record-breaking year for organ donations in Ohio, thousands, like 31-year-old Tyler Cummins, are still on the waiting list.Read more

Actress Glenn Close talks stigma surrounding mental illness in visit to central Ohio

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Golden Globe award-winning actress Glenn Close came to central Ohio to talk about mental illness — an issue within her family that they hope to help break the stigma on.Read more

Federal judge allowing open phone line during Ohio execution

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A federal judge is once again allowing the use of an open phone line to his courtroom during an Ohio execution.Read more

Ohio State QB Tate Martell announces transfer to Miami

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In 2018, Martell played in six games, completing 23 passes for 269 and one touchdown. He also rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns.Read more

Second lawsuit filed against Mount Carmel, Dr. Husel over alleged fentanyl prescription death

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A second lawsuit has been filed against a Mount Carmel doctor who has been accused of prescribing “grossly inappropriate” lethal doses of fentanyl to 27 patients.Read more

Sen. Sherrod Brown to tour early states before 2020 decision

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Sen. Sherrod Brown is launching a tour of three states that cast pivotal early votes in the 2020 presidential primary.Read more

Internal memos show Mount Carmel alerted staff and authorities about patient care concerns a month ago

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Dr. William Husel, who worked with patients in intensive care, is alleged in a civil lawsuit to have ordered “grossly excessive” and “inappropriate” amounts of fentanyl...Read more

Community leaders urge pardon for Columbus father, 30 years after his crimes

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They describe him as "an asset to the community," and an "exemplary citizen."Read more

DeWine tackles unemployment for Ohioans with disabilities

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Newly sworn-in Governor, Mike DeWine, makes employment for individuals with disabilities top priority.Read more