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5/2/2015 7:00 AM
Record fields for Cincinnati races this weekend
CINCINNATI — Organizers expect more than 30,000 runners for weekend races highlighted by the annual Flying Pig Marathon on Sunday morning in downtown Cincinnati.

5/2/2015 6:40 AM
Actor, Ohio native Sheen to receive honorary degree
DAYTON — Ohio native Martin Sheen will be among more than 1,900 people receiving diplomas this weekend at the University of Dayton.

5/1/2015 11:59 AM
Fulton Co. health board opposes pipeline
Thousands of Lucas, Fulton, and Henry County residents could have their water wells polluted by the proposed NEXUS Gas Transmission pipeline if it is not re-routed away from the highly sensitive Oak Openings region and its extremely porous sand-based aquifers, according to a letter submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by the Fulton County Board of Health.

5/1/2015 3:00 PM
Pilot hurt after small plane crashes in Michigan
RAVENNA TOWNSHIP, Mich. — The pilot of an ultra-light aircraft has been taken to the hospital after his plane crashed in western Michigan.

5/1/2015 1:08 PM
First lady speaks to Detroit students
DETROIT  — First lady Michelle Obama told more than 2,000 Detroit students they should commit to getting an education beyond high school and celebrate academics like many do sports during a speech today at the city’s first college signing day.

5/1/2015 12:40 PM
Ex-OSU band director has 4 months to prove claims
COLUMBUS — A federal judge says an Ohio State University band director fired for turning a blind eye to a “sexualized culture” there has four months to gather evidence over his gender discrimination claim.

5/1/2015 11:52 AM
Woman gets diploma 63 years later
LORAIN, Ohio — A woman who missed graduation in 1952 because she needed a half-credit of gym class has received her high school diploma decades later in a surprise ceremony.

5/1/2015 12:00 AM
Ohio budget chief criticizes bill
The $72 billion, two-year state budget recently passed by the House cuts income taxes while increasing spending and relies too heavily on overly optimistic revenue projections, Gov. John Kasich’s budget chief said Thursday.

5/1/2015 12:00 AM
Home rule, report concern mayor
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson and a majority of Toledo City Council spoke out Thursday against the erosion of home rule in Ohio, which has become an underlying issue in the feud between cities, including Toledo, and some state lawmakers over red-light and speed cameras.

4/30/2015 8:58 PM
Protesters rally in Cincinnati
CINCINNATI — Hundreds of people have gathered in downtown Cincinnati for a rally and march to protest the death of a Baltimore man who was critically injured in police custody.




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