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Published 16 hours ago
Ohio challenges FDA's stand on execution drug
COLUMBUS  — With two dozen scheduled executions in limbo, Ohio has sent a forceful letter to Washington asserting that the state can obtain a lethal injection drug from overseas without violating any laws.

Published 18 hours ago
Furniture sales rivalry cited in '92 killing
LEBANON, Ohio — A man arrested in Arizona in a 23-year-old homicide was a furniture sales competitor of the slain man in Ohio, authorities said today.

Updated 18 hours ago
Judge: Ohio can't withhold funds over traffic cameras
Accusing the state legislature of “economic dragooning,” a Lucas County judge this week ordered that the state may not withhold funding from the city of Toledo for operating traffic enforcement cameras.

Updated 21 hours ago
Cleveland suburb upgrades jail recording system
CLEVELAND — A Cleveland suburb has upgraded its jail recording system after questions were raised about gaps in video of a woman who was found dead in a holding cell.

10/9/2015 12:00 AM
Algae costly to tourism industry
GYPSUM, Ohio — While Lakeside Chautauqua offers a wide range of events and recreational activities, one need look no further than its name to grasp Lake Erie’s significance to the eastern Ottawa County resort and cultural center.

10/9/2015 12:00 AM
Poll: Ohioans support pot use
COLUMBUS — A poll released Thursday showed that more than half of Ohio voters believe that adults’ personal use of small amounts of marijuana should be legal.

10/8/2015 8:31 PM
Phoenix man arrested in 1992 Ohio murder
PHOENIX — Authorities say a Phoenix man has been arrested in connection with a 1992 murder case in Ohio.

10/8/2015 6:55 AM
Poll: Personal use of pot gains support in Ohio
COLUMBUS — More than half of Ohio voters support the personal use of marijuana by adults with support soaring to 90 percent for just medical purposes, according to a Quinnipiac Poll released today.

10/8/2015 7:27 PM
State school board president withholding documents
Ohio Board of Education President Tom Gunlock refused to release communications requested by state Auditor Dave Yost for his annual audit and probe into the education department’s rigging of charter-school evaluations.

10/8/2015 7:13 PM
Ohio drivers saved a lot on gas last winter
Ohio drivers have been among the biggest beneficiaries of the drop in gasoline prices, according to a report released today that shows the average driver in this state spent about $35 less a month during the winter of 2014-2015 compared with the same period a year earlier.

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