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Updated 4 hours ago
Report on 'rotten’ scheme
COLUMBUS — An investigation commissioned by Ohio’s treasurer determined the office of his predecessor should have recognized signs “something was rotten” as a deputy engaged in a kickback scheme.

Updated 10 hours ago
Karlsson snaps slump as Blue Jackets win
CALGARY, Alberta — Columbus rookie William Karlsson broke out of a slump with two goals to lead the surging Blue Jackets to a 2-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Friday night.

Updated 20 hours ago
Report: Office should have noticed 'something rotten'
COLUMBUS — An investigation commissioned by Ohio’s current treasurer determined that the office of his predecessor should have recognized signs “something was rotten” as a deputy engaged in a kickback scheme for state business.

Updated 22 hours ago
Portman opposes trade partnership
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R., Ohio), known for his ardent support of international trade agreements, said Thursday he doesn’t support the Trans-Pacific Partnership as proposed by President Obama.

Updated 23 hours ago
NE Ohio deputy fatally shoots armed suspect
PERRY, Ohio — AAn armed man who confronted officers outside a home in far northeast Ohio was shot and killed by a sheriff’s deputy responding to a reported stabbing at the residence, officials said today.

2/5/2016 9:15 AM
More tests show Sebring, Ohio water OK
SEBRING, Ohio — Ohio’s Environmental Protection Agency says lead levels in tap water were below the federal allowable limit in most of the recent samples requested by homeowners in the northeast Ohio village of Sebring.

2/5/2016 12:00 AM
Animal owner: Rights were violated
BOWLING GREEN — A Wood County man tried in court Thursday to show a judge that the state treated his case differently from others when officials seized his exotic animals.

2/5/2016 12:00 AM
Drug-price proposal sent to lawmakers
COLUMBUS — Despite his own suspicions, Secretary of State Jon Husted on Thursday reluctantly forwarded to Ohio lawmakers a proposal that AIDS health-care advocates say will force down drug costs for government programs.

2/5/2016 6:45 AM
Court: Cleveland officers not immune from suit
CLEVELAND  — A federal appeals court in Cincinnati says two Cleveland police officers aren’t immune from a lawsuit accusing them of excessive force in the apprehension of a teen with Down Syndrome.

2/4/2016 4:56 PM
Retired officer can buy K-9 for $1
MARIETTA, Ohio — A recently retired Ohio police officer has been allowed to buy his K-9 partner for $1.




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