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Updated 4 hours ago
Casinos accused of shortchanging taxes
COLUMBUS — Several Republican senators today accused casinos and “racinos” of shortchanging taxes to schools and local governments by $165 million since 2012 even as they’ve failed to live up to revenue promises made to the voters who wrote them into the Ohio Constitution.

Updated 5 hours ago
Poll: Clinton losing ground in Ohio
A Swing State Poll from Quinnipiac University released today shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton losing ground in Ohio, but still beating all Republicans.

Updated 8 hours ago
Ohio girl dies hours before rape trial
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio  — Autopsies are scheduled for three people who died in an Ohio house fire, including a 10-year-old girl who prosecutors say was connected to a rape trial set to begin later that day.

Published 8 hours ago
Ind. governor urges changes to law
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says he wants legislation clarifying that a new religious-freedom does not allow discrimination on his desk by the end of the week.

Published 8 hours ago
Ohio slashes inmate phone expenses
COLUMBUS — The Ohio prisons agency has slashed the cost of inmate phone services and plans to install hundreds more phones.

Updated 9 hours ago
Detroit-area residents seek to avoid foreclosure
DETROIT — Up to 17,000 Detroit-area property owners have entered into payment plans hoping to avoid losing their homes to tax foreclosure, and that number will likely rise.

Updated 9 hours ago
Official touts recovery, not more prisons
COLUMBUS — Lucas County’s pioneering programs to, in some cases, literally move overdose patients into treatment fits with Ohio’s emphasis on moving away from prison cells when it comes to dealing with a growing heroin epidemic.

Published 11 hours ago
Salsa argument leads to stabbing
AKRON, Ohio — A northeast Ohio woman has been charged with felonious assault for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend after yelling at him for eating all of the couple’s salsa.

Published 11 hours ago
OSU president to be formally installed
COLUMBUS — Ohio State University’s newest president plans to lay out his vision for the university at a formal installation ceremony months after his rough start as the school’s 15th leader.

Published 11 hours ago
Head of federal drug policy visits Ohio
COLUMBUS — The head of federal drug policy planned to meet with state and local officials while visiting Ohio for a state conference on opiates.




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