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7 bodies found in Indiana
GARY, Ind. — The bodies of seven women have now been found in northwestern Indiana after a man confessed to killing one woman who was found strangled at a motel and leading investigators to least three other bodies, authorities said today.

Updated 2 hours ago
Knight says she forgives kidnapper
CHARDON, Ohio — One of the three women held captive in a Cleveland home for about a decade says she has been able to forgive her kidnapper and find peace in her life.

Updated 14 hours ago
Putnam Co. residents had contact with Vinson
OTTAWA, Ohio -- The Putnam County Health Department said today six Putnam County residents have now been identified as being in the same Akron bridal shop at the same time as the Texas nurse who had contracted the Ebola virus and was placed in quarantine in Atlanta.

10/19/2014 12:13 AM
Kasich trying to do what's right
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich said he feels sorry for those who suspect political design in his championing of issues that have one by one removed bricks from what three years ago looked to be a wall of opposition.

10/19/2014 12:33 AM
Democrat says GOP tries to suppress votes
COLUMBUS — When state Sen. Nina Turner (D., Cleveland) rises on the Ohio Senate floor, her colleagues know what is coming.

10/19/2014 1:03 AM
Democratic legislator aims to bring balance to bench
COLUMBUS — Republicans outnumber Democrats 6-1 on Ohio’s highest court.

10/19/2014 12:35 AM
Libertarian points to his independence
COLUMBUS — Kevin Knedler offers himself as the alternative to two-party control of state government.

10/19/2014 1:04 AM
Kennedy: Election crucial to future of Ohio’s top court
COLUMBUS — In her two years on the bench, Ohio Supreme Justice Sharon Kennedy has sat in on several cases in which police officers’ actions have been called into question.

10/19/2014 12:28 AM
Husted says he takes bipartisan approach to job
COLUMBUS — Enough already with legislative changes to Ohio’s voting rules, says the state’s top elections official.