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Published 6 hours ago
Kasich backs education chief
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich said Thursday his education chief still has his “complete and total” support, and he believes a fired state employee acted alone in scrubbing charter-school scores from evaluations of their sponsors.

Published 10 hours ago
Utah investigating rock art graffiti
SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities in Utah say they are investigating whether students from Ohio State University scrawled signatures on ancient rock art.

Published 12 hours ago
Ohio stocks rise
Ohio stocks rose, led by L Brands Inc. and Bp Plc.

Updated 12 hours ago
Media, lawmakers seek records in Ohio charter school flap
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Department of Education is being pressed to release public records detailing actions of an ousted charter schools director.

Published 16 hours ago
Remains identified as missing Ohio teen
CLEVELAND - Human remains found in a fire pit are those of an Ohio teenage girl missing since July, and a man charged with tampering with her dead body is also suspected of involvement in her disappearance, police said today.

Published 17 hours ago
Group backs investment in water quality improvements
COLUMBUS — An agriculture-led coalition today backed the idea of borrowing $100 million a year to invest in efforts to improve water quality in the state.

Published 21 hours ago
Ashtabula Co. Sheriff set to ID bones found in fire pit
ASHTABULA, Ohio — Investigators say they’ve identified the person whose bones were found in a fire pit during a drug-related raid last month at a home in northeast Ohio.

Published 21 hours ago
Woman killed in 1-vehicle crash in NE Ohio
RAVENNA, Ohio  — A woman has died in a one-vehicle crash in northeast Ohio that injured the car’s driver.

Updated 22 hours ago
Protests erupt at Husted’s speech
COLUMBUS — Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted was there to talk about ballot issues on marijuana, monopolies, and redistricting, but it was the state’s top elections official’s blocking of other issues from the ballot that protesters wanted to talk about.

9/3/2015 12:00 AM
Ohio abortion numbers hit record low, drop 8.7% in past year
Fewer abortions were performed in Ohio in 2014 than in any year since the state began keeping track of the procedure in 1976.




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