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5/1/2014 12:02 AM
State opposes abortion clinic deal
COLUMBUS — The state on Wednesday urged a hearing officer to follow through with the closing of Toledo’s last abortion clinic, saying in a legal filing that the clinic can’t claim it has a legally required emergency transfer agreement with a “local” hospital.

5/1/2014 12:44 PM
Mich. weighs aviation tax increase
DETROIT — Michigan airport executives want an aviation fuel tax increase to help make improvements and repairs at the state’s 235 public airports, officials said.

5/1/2014 12:27 PM
Rights advocates sue to block voter law
COLUMBUS — Voting and civil rights advocates today sued in federal court to block a new state law that sliced a week off early voting as well as a secretary-of-state directive limiting voting hours.

5/1/2014 12:09 AM
Call for resignation over report
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5/1/2014 6:47 AM
Teen to be sentenced in 'boredom' beating
CINCINNATI  — The last of six Ohio teens who police said picked out a man on the street and severely beat him because they were bored is due to be sentenced.

5/1/2014 6:46 AM
2 Cleveland kidnap survivors honored
CLEVELAND — Two of the women who survived more than a decade of captivity in Cleveland will be among those recognized by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at an event next week.

4/30/2014 9:55 PM
Blight eradication discussed at Detroit event
DETROIT — The results of a survey of abandoned structures and vacant lots across Detroit will be presented in mid- to late May, the co-chair of the city’s Blight Removal Task Force said today during a panel discussion.

4/30/2014 7:46 PM
Power back at Detroit schools
DETROIT — Detroit’s lighting department says it’s finished restoring power to all of the 21 public schools that lost service in a storm, keeping 10 of them closed for two days.

4/30/2014 6:27 PM
Kasich grants clemency to inmate
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Republican Gov. John Kasich today spared a prison inmate set to die later this month for the killing of a Cleveland produce vendor while rejecting calls that he be made eligible for parole and possible release.

4/30/2014 3:57 PM
FitzGerald calls for Inspector General's job
COLUMBUS — The man who wants to be Ohio’s next governor and the chairman of the state Democratic Party today called for the resignation of Inspector General Randy Meyer over what they called his office’s “botched” final report into the Coingate scandal.