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WYSO Evening News Update: Ohioans worry about baby formula shortage; Ohio bail reform gains traction

Nutramigen Baby formula on a store shelf
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The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) says they aware of the nationwide infant formula shortage and representatives have been communicating with formula manufacturers first-hand.

Your WYSO Evening News Update for May 12, 2022 with Jerry Kenney:

  • Crime lab Gets $1M state grant
    (Dayton Daily News) — The Miami Valley Regional Crime Lab received a $1 million state grant to update its equipment. Officials say the grant will be used to buy rapid DNA identification technology, create a new technician position, and improve the hardware and software used in the lab. The lab works with law enforcement throughout the Miami Valley. It investigates thousands of cases a year, and is also responsible for toxicologies, testing drugs, and DNA analysis. The grant is part of the larger $10 million dollar Ohio Crime Lab Efficiency Program.