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1/9/2015 12:00 AM
Inauguration events fill weekend
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich’s inauguration celebration this weekend will be largely a re-enactment of his first one four years ago, with the exception of those big-screen TVs at Monday night’s gala to accommodate fellow Ohio State fans.

1/9/2015 12:00 AM
Election sees spike in absentee ballots
COLUMBUS — Overall voting was down on Nov. 4, but a higher percentage of Ohio voters took advantage of absentee ballots than in the last gubernatorial election in 2010.

1/8/2015 2:48 PM
Ohio postpones upcoming executions
COLUMBUS — Ohio will postpone one or more of upcoming scheduled executions as it yet again changes its lethal injection protocol to add another backup drug.

1/8/2015 10:53 AM
Man shot at airport had frozen urine
HILLIARD, Ohio — A bomb squad found containers of frozen urine in the vehicle of man who police say lunged at an airport officer with a knife and was fatally shot, a police union official today.

1/8/2015 11:54 AM
Detroit museum director to retire
DETROIT  — The director of the Detroit Institute of Arts, who helped to protect the museum’s collection from possible sale during the city’s bankruptcy and spearheaded a $158 million overhaul of the cultural attraction, today announced his plan to retire.

1/8/2015 12:59 PM
Davis-Besse adds to Ohio economy
OAK HARBOR, Ohio — FirstEnergy Corp.'s Davis-Besse nuclear power plant has an economic impact of more than $1 billion a year on the Ohio economy, according a study released today by the nuclear industry's chief Washington-based trade group.

1/8/2015 12:00 AM
Obama touts auto recovery in visit
WAYNE, Mich. — Returning to the home of the domestic auto industry that continues to enjoy success since his first year on the job, President Obama boasted Wednesday of a growing economy that he said was such good news the media wasn’t interested.

1/8/2015 12:12 PM
Bridal store linked to Ebola survivor closing
AKRON, Ohio — Operators of a northeast Ohio bridal shop linked to an Ebola survivor say the store is closing because it lost significant business and has been stigmatized.

1/8/2015 11:12 AM
December Ohio's deadliest month for fires
CINCINNATI  — A string of multiple-fatality home blazes made December Ohio’s deadliest fire month of 2014 and pushed the year’s death toll to 115.

1/8/2015 10:33 AM
Ohio lethal drug supply expires April 1
COLUMBUS — Ohio’s supply of lethal injection drugs expires this spring, meaning the state won’t be able to carry out executions past March under its current system unless it finds a source for more drugs, The Associated Press has learned.




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