The referendum in Ohio will decide the fate of the legalization of marijuana

Ohio residents will vote on the legalization of marijuana on Tuesday. However, unlike in other American states, voters will be deciding for the first time whether the use of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes should be simultaneously authorized. Usually the first one was approved first ...

Halloween lawn scandal in Ohio

Tied to trees, crucified, stabbed, and bloody figures filled the lawn outside a private home in Parma, Ohio. Dressed in a modern style, they look eerily realistic - to the point that the students of the nearby elementary school are afraid to walk through the courtyard. Outraged ...

Ohio Governor Claims US President

Ohio Gov. John Keysich said on Tuesday, July 21 that he will run 2016 for the Republican presidency of the United States. Keisic entered the presidential race relatively late. The former congressman is likely to be the last of sixteen prominent Republicans, target ...

In the US, a shower washed the trailer into the river

In the village of Georgetown, Ohio, a heavy downpour washed into the river a trailer containing six people. It happened on Saturday evening, July 18, on the banks of the Red Oak River. A family of six hid from the downpour in their trailer. It was carried away by the stream of water ...

Four hundred piglets died in an accident in the US

There was a major traffic accident in Ohio last night. The truck, which was carrying more than two thousand piglets, turned over. The truck driver, who was heading from South Carolina to Indiana, lost control, police said. As a result of the accident, the driver's bride was injured, with ...

In the USA, 11 bodies were found in a funeral home, which were "forgotten"

Police officers found 11 bodies in a funeral home in Toledo, Ohio, which were stored instead of cremated by workers. This was reported on May 30 by representatives of local authorities. According to them, some of the bodies were in the bureau's warehouses ...

In Ohio, 72 prisoners were released due to lack of funds for their maintenance

Ohio Summit County Sheriff Steve Barry closed a wing of a prison in Akron and released 72 prisoners. According to The Akron Beackon Journal, this was due to a lack of funding. Earlier, 671 people could be in the penitentiary institution, but ...

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