“Frances and I will continue to be politically active private citizens. We will continue to stand with working men and women to build a stronger Ohio — and to defeat anti-worker and anti-middle-class legislation that may arise.”
Former Gov. Ted Strickland, who will not challenge Gov. John Kasich in next year’s guber- natorial contest. Strickland, a Democrat, announced his decision Tuesday, ending speculation about a rematch of a race that he lost by two percentage points three years ago to Republican Kasich.
“We are shaping up for one of the worst fire-danger days on record. You don’t get conditions worse than this. We are at the catastrophic level and clearly in those areas, leaving early is your safest option.”
Shane Fitzsimmons, New South Wales rural fire service commissioner, in comments as firefighters battle scores of wildfires raging across southeast Australia while authorities evacuated national parks and warned that blistering heat and high winds had led to “catastrophic” conditions in some areas.
“It’s pretty unusual. I’ve had one, maybe two cases out of 4,500 autopsies I’ve done.”
Cook County Medical Examiner Stephen Cina, commenting on the rarity of cyanide poisonings after the sudden death of a Chicago man just as he was about to collect nearly $425,000 in lottery winnings was initially ruled a result of natural causes.