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1/19/2015 12:00 AM
Portman could face primary challenger
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R., Ohio) enjoys an unbroken record of election success, has a campaign war chest that is one of the Senate’s deepest, and claims the endorsement of just about every Republican party officer and elected official in the state.

1/19/2015 11:42 AM
Ohio works to combat scrap metal theft
COLUMBUS — Scrap metal dealers are getting help combatting theft from a new data-sharing arrangement through the Ohio Courts Network.

1/19/2015 10:18 AM
Higher food inspection fees sought in Mich.
LANSING, Mich.  — The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development wants the state legislature to increase fees for food inspections to help boost its workforce.

1/19/2015 9:19 AM
Foundation pledges $10M in grants to Detroit
DETROIT — The Ford Foundation is pledging $10 million in grants to Detroit for 2015.

1/19/2015 6:44 AM
Senior Citizens Hall seeks nominees
COLUMBUS — State officials are seeking nominations for Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame honorees for 2015.

1/18/2015 3:51 PM
Ice rescue saves 2 near Frenchtown Twp.
MONROE -- Area emergency responders rescued two men earlier today after they became trapped on ice in Lake Erie near Frenchtown Township.

1/18/2015 1:27 PM
Ohio county plans birth control for courthouse pigeons
WOOSTER, Ohio (AP) — A northeast Ohio county has plans to keep pigeons from despoiling the renovated exterior of its 19th Century courthouse by spiking bird seed with birth control medicine.

1/18/2015 10:25 AM
Police shoot man they say fired at officers at Ohio bar
COLUMBUS — Police say an officer shot a man who they say was shooting at officers and had been firing a gun in a crowd at a central Ohio bar.

1/18/2015 12:00 AM
Ohio man found dead in Toledo
A Lebanon, Ohio, man in Toledo to visit college friends was found dead Saturday in a shallow creek near North Byrne Road and Dorr Street.

1/18/2015 12:00 AM
Mich. budget shows $289M shortfall
LANSING — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s budget director predicted “real” but unspecified cuts to government services after economists agreed on Friday that state revenue is $289 million short of projections in the current budget and $527 million below expectations for next year — largely because of large companies cashing in tax credits.

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