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1/7/2015 10:44 AM
Steubenville rape convict released
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio — A second former Ohio high school football player convicted of raping a West Virginia girl following an alcohol-fueled party has been released from juvenile detention.

1/7/2015 7:33 AM
Turnpike lanes reopen after fire near Delta
DELTA, Ohio — Department of Transportation officials reported that all westbound lanes of the Ohio Turnpike are open after a temporary closure today to extinguish and clean up a vehicle fire in Fulton County.

1/7/2015 9:19 AM
Facebook post lands Ohioan behind bars
ELYRIA, Ohio — A northern Ohio man convicted in a fatal car crash and released early from prison has ended up back behind bars after a judge and the victim’s family took issue with a Facebook post he made.

1/7/2015 8:45 AM
Couple married for 69 years die hours apart
TIFFIN — A couple married for 69 years died eight hours apart in hospice care in northwest Ohio, and their son says it wasn’t surprising for a pair who did everything together.

1/6/2015 2:57 PM
Peters is lone Democrat out of 13 new U.S. senators
LANSING, Mich.  — Michigan has its first new U.S. senator in 14 years.

1/6/2015 11:18 AM
5th body found from SE Ohio trailer fire
CINCINNATI  — A southeast Ohio sheriff says a fifth body has been recovered from the site of an early morning trailer home fire.

1/6/2015 12:30 PM
Ohio debuts driver's license design
COLUMBUS — Ohioans renewing driver’s licenses or identification cards will see some changes between the old versions and a new design.

1/6/2015 2:31 PM
Last year's Great Lakes freeze cost $705M
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich.  — An organization representing U.S. cargo shippers on the Great Lakes says last year’s deep freeze cost the economy an estimated $705 million and shows the need for another heavy icebreaking vessel.

1/6/2015 11:49 AM
New 131st Ohio General Assembly convenes
COLUMBUS — Opportunity and hard work are at least part of the answer for curing what ails Ohio, the state’s newest Speaker of the House said Monday as the 131st General Assembly convened.

1/6/2015 9:09 AM
Cleveland mayor denies to swear in cadet
CLEVELAND — Cleveland’s mayor has chosen not to swear in a police academy cadet who fired shots at a vehicle during a traffic stop while serving as a rookie officer in East Cleveland.




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