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5/9/2014 1:38 PM
Manzielmania sweeps into Cleveland
BEREA, Ohio  — Bells are ringing in Cleveland. Johnny Manziel’s here.

5/9/2014 3:40 PM
Ohio AG appeals federal order on gay marriages
CINCINNATI — Ohio officials have appealed a federal judge’s order to recognize the marriages of gay couples who wed in other states.

5/9/2014 10:08 AM
Wet weather delays planting in Ohio
COLUMBUS — A cold, wet spring has delayed planting for Ohio farmers, but they’re not worried yet.

5/9/2014 8:42 AM
Youngstown offers president's job to Tressel
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Trustees at Youngstown State University voted today to offer the president’s job to former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, who started his college coaching career there.

5/9/2014 12:00 AM
Hensville’s early stage gets OK
In two years, Fifth Third Field will have an additional entrance that will allow Mud Hens fans to enter the ballpark through historic buildings on North St. Clair Street, according to plans reviewed on Thursday by the Toledo Plan Commission.

5/8/2014 5:54 PM
UT's Scarborough named Akron president
AKRON -- University of Toledo's provost has been selected from among three finalists to become the next president of University of Akron.

5/8/2014 2:30 PM
Biden to talk economy in Cleveland
CLEVELAND — Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to travel to Cleveland on Wednesday to deliver a speech about investing in infrastructure and the economy.

5/8/2014 1:54 PM
'Voters’ bill of rights' stop in Toledo
Advocates of a state Constitutional amendment for a “voters’ bill of rights” ramped up their campaign for signatures in Lucas County with a news conference today at Lucas County’s early vote center.

5/8/2014 10:20 AM
Area man to remain on death row
COLUMBUS — Calvin C. Neyland, Jr. is Wood County's sole inmate on death row, and the Ohio Supreme Court today said he should stay there.

5/8/2014 9:48 AM
Report: Ohio leads country in metal thefts
COLUMBUS — Ohio continues to lead the nation in metal thefts, with 1,446 insurance claims made last year, according to a new report.