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Published 8 hours ago
Ohio ice cream maker says listeria found at plant
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — An Ohio ice cream maker says listeria has been found in other pints and in its production facility.

Updated 9 hours ago
DeWine rejects marijuana proposal
COLUMBUS — Attorney General Mike DeWine today rejected a proposed marijuana legalization amendment because the summary was not “fair and truthful,” a spokesman said.

Updated 10 hours ago
Ex-band director can sue OSU for discrimination, judge rules
A federal judge has ruled that the fired Ohio State University marching band director has a legal basis to sue the school for reverse sexual discrimination, but the judge dismissed all other complaints that Elmore native Jonathan Waters made in his lawsuit against the university.

Updated 16 hours ago
Man convicted in Iraqi currency scheme dies
AYER, Mass. — A Florida man who conspired with two Toledo-area businessmen to sell Iraqi currency as a sure-thing investment died this week in a federal prison hospital.

Updated 16 hours ago
Bill would slash funds to Toledo
COLUMBUS — State lawmakers have proposed slashing subsidies to cities such as Toledo that, thanks to a series of court rulings, have thwarted a new state law by continuing to operate red-light cameras.

Updated 16 hours ago
Kidnap survivors release memoir
NEW YORK — When Amanda Berry’s toddler daughter had night terrors and started screaming and running around the room, Berry couldn’t always get to her — because she was chained and couldn’t move that far.

Published 18 hours ago
26 cases of suspected botulism in Ohio
COLUMBUS — The number of suspected cases of botulism tied to a church potluck has increased slightly as Ohio health officials work to test more than 20 samples of food to pinpoint the outbreak’s source.

4/24/2015 12:00 AM
Increase in officer training urged
COLUMBUS — A state task force created in the wake of high-profile, race-tinged police shootings in Ferguson, Mo., and Cleveland on Thursday recommended dramatically increasing officer training.

4/24/2015 12:00 AM
Latta again calls to ban dumping in Great Lakes
U.S. Rep. Bob Latta (R., Bowling Green) reintroduced legislation Thursday calling for an outright ban on open-lake disposal of sediment dredged from Great Lakes shipping channels, a move intended to force the Army Corps of Engineers into getting more serious about alternatives.

4/23/2015 12:00 AM
Bill emphasizes canine training
COLUMBUS — The Ohio House of Representatives on Wednesday passed, as part of a budget bill, a measure that would mandate Ohio peace officers be trained to handle companion animals in the field, with an emphasis on canines and nonlethal methods.




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