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Federal health officials to halt use of Johnson & Johnson vaccines after blood clots: report

The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control are expected to call for a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday after six women who received it developed blood clots, the New York Times reports.

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You can now get alcohol delivered in Ohio

The purpose of House Bill 674 was to revise liquor laws in the state.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed the bill in January.

The bill gives the Division of Liquor Control the ability to establish a process for delivery in sealed, original containers.

This expands the law to allow the legal delivery of liquor.

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Prince Philip, husband of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 99

Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband and the longest-serving consort of any British monarch, has died at age 99.

Philip spent 65 years supporting the queen, retiring from his public role in 2017 and staying largely out of the view since. In his active years, he helped set a new course for the monarchy under a young queen, championing Britain itself, as well as environmental causes, science and technology.

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Need a job? Here’s a list of companies hiring in Northeast Ohio

Companies are hiring in Northeast Ohio this spring for seasonal positions and beyond.

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MLB All-Star Game will move to Denver

Coors Field in Denver -- home of Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies -- will be the new host of this year's All-Star Game.

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Ohio’s ‘stand your ground’ law takes effect Tuesday

Ohio’s “stand your ground law” goes into effect Tuesday. It’s a law that was passed by Republicans in December that takes away the legal requirement that people try to retreat from a situation before firing their weapon.

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Ohio’s simplified order on masks, social distancing

The governor was joined by Ohio Department of Health Director Stephanie McCloud, who explained new consolidated health orders. The orders emphasized wearing masks at all times at indoor locations that are not residences, outdoors when 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained and while using public transportation. DeWine said the simplified orders have nothing to do with Ohio General Assembly and its recent bill limited his power.

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Prayer vigil planned for rapper DMX, on life support after heart attack

A prayer vigil was planned for Monday outside the suburban New York hospital where rapper DMX remained on life support Sunday following a heart attack.

The family of the rapper said in an email Sunday that the vigil will be held outside White Plains Hospital at 5 p.m.

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Kent State police investigate racial slur vandalism incident

Kent State University announced Thursday that its police department is investigating after the N-word was found on a campus fixture on Wednesday.

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Ariana Grande joining ‘The Voice’ as a coach next season: ‘Beyond thrilled’

Surprise! Ariana Grande is heading to The Voice. The Grammy winner will join returning coaches Blake Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson for season 21.

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