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Ohioans who have Zika virus climbs to 4
The number of Ohioans who have contracted the Zika virus while traveling to other countries has climbed to four. Ohio Department of Health officials announced Friday that a 56-year-old Butler County woman, who recently returned from Guyana, and a 60-year-old Licking County man returning from Haiti are the latest confirmed cases in the state. Butler County is in southwest Ohio between Dayton and Cincinnati. Licking County is just east of Columbus.

1 killed in shooting at central Toledo bar
Off-duty officer fired at suspect in shooting death of Darnell Mitchell.

Pope 'finally' meets Russian Orthodox leader
'This is the will of God,' Francis says in Havana.

Feasel steps down; board seeks interim
Perrysburg School District to pay resigning treasurer $25,000.
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Clinton, Sanders to attend Ohio fund-raiser
Presidential hopefuls will visit state 2 days before state primary.

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Ball State researchers produce new evidence.

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