Ohio is celebrating its 212th birthday with special events at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.
A gun control advocacy group is targeting Cincinnati-based Kroger with a national advertising campaign. “Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America” wants the nation’s largest supermarket chain to change its firearms policy.
Attorneys General from Ohio and 27 other states and U.S. territories have written to the chief executives of major U.S. pharmacy chains urging them to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products.
Some 300,000 Ohioans remain without power more than five days after high winds roared across the state. After Tuesday, anyone who saw the power come back on likely faced a trip to the grocery store to replace items lost in dark refrigerators and freezers.
The USDA late Wednesday issued a recall regarding ground beef sold by Kroger.
Unionized workers at Kroger are voting today on a proposed wage and benefit agreement. The outcome could determine whether Central Ohio stores remain fully staffed for the coming holiday week.
A tentative agreement has been reached, averting a strike by thousands of Kroger employees at 82 stores throughout Ohio. The announcement comes from both the union and the supermarket company, but neither is offering details of the workers’ new contract. It was agreed to earlier this morning after an all-night negotiating session.