Ohio is making plans to restructure its vast stores of government data so they can be mined for possible solutions to the state's most complex problems. That includes infant mortality, opiate addiction, illiteracy and unemployment.
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says West Virginia will receive a $253,500 share of a settlement with Bristol-Myers Squibb involving allegations that it promoted the anti-psychotic drug Abilify for unapproved uses.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has announced $12 million in federal grants for 12 water and sewer projects, including $1.3 million to help replace a sewer system in McDowell County that allows raw discharges into the Clear Fork River.
Ohio's school board is creating a task force to review the state's graduation rules amid concerns that new requirements are putting a large number of current high school juniors at risk of not graduating on time.
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