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4/15/2014 3:32 PM
93 Mich. farms have pig virus
KALAMAZOO, Mich. — The Michigan agriculture department says a virus that kills piglets at an alarming rate has been found on 93 farms in the state.

4/15/2014 11:17 AM
32,000 Ohioans have cast primary ballots
COLUMBUS — Almost 32,000 Ohioans have cast ballots so far in the state’s primary election next month.

4/14/2014 6:50 AM
Ohio gas prices up again
COLUMBUS — Gas prices in Ohio are up again.

4/14/2014 12:29 AM
Party palace in Put-in-Bay
PUT-IN-BAY, Ohio —The first flicker of one small, neon-red light shining inside a boisterous bar signifies that party season has started once again on South Bass Island.

4/14/2014 11:37 AM
Judge: Ohio must recognize same-sex marriages
COLUMBUS — Ohio must recognize same-sex marriages legally performed elsewhere despite the state’s own ban on such marriages in its constitution, a federal judge in Cincinnati officially ruled today.

4/14/2014 9:56 PM
ODNR links fracking to earthquakes
YOUNGSTOWN -- For the first time, a team of state regulators and geologists on Friday identified hydraulic fracturing as a “probable” trigger for earthquakes, confirming suspicions that a series of tremors in Poland Township were the result of fracking operations.

4/14/2014 12:06 PM
Detroit Symphony concert sells out quickly
DETROIT — Tickets for a special concert in Detroit featuring director Steven Spielberg and composer John Williams sold out in record time.

4/13/2014 8:17 PM
Ramirez blast in 9th sinks Indians
CHICAGO — The Cleveland Indians looked poised to salvage a four-game split.

4/13/2014 12:06 PM
Ohio man sits with 'I AM A BULLY!' sign
SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio  — A man accused of harassing a neighbor and her disabled children for the past 15 years sat at a street corner early today with a sign declaring he’s a bully, a requirement of his sentence.

4/13/2014 1:05 PM
Work on Cleveland ballpark nears finish
CLEVELAND — Cleveland’s League Park, where the Indians played in the early 1900s, should be ready for baseball again this summer.