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4/28/2014 8:09 PM
Discrimination suit can proceed against OSU
CINCINNATI — A woman with Crohn’s disease who alleges Ohio State University discriminated against her when she applied for a doctoral program because of her health can continue with a lawsuit, a federal appeals court ruled today.

4/28/2014 4:47 PM
Ohio to increase lethal injection drug dosage
COLUMBUS — The state of Ohio today said it will increase the dosage of the unique two-drug regimen it uses to carry out executions.

4/28/2014 2:13 PM
Waterville Bridge should be replaced, ODOT says
The Waterville Bridge over the Maumee River in Lucas and Wood counties should be replaced by a bridge using a parallel alignment, the Ohio Department of Transportation said today.

4/28/2014 11:17 AM
Mob attack suspects to face Aug. trial
DETROIT  — Four men accused of attacking a suburban motorist who accidentally struck a 10-year-old boy on Detroit’s east side are expected to face trial in August.

4/28/2014 10:13 AM
New giraffe born at Cincinnati Zoo
CINCINNATI  — The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is welcoming a new baby giraffe.

4/28/2014 10:12 AM
Ohio students protest tuition hikes
COLUMBUS  — Students across Ohio are protesting recent tuition increases enacted or proposed at eight of the state’s 14 public universities.

4/27/2014 4:39 PM
Report: Fewer limits, more concealed guns in Ohio
MANSFIELD, Ohio — More Ohioans are carrying concealed guns and with fewer restrictions 10 years after the state began allowing people to carry hidden handguns.

4/27/2014 11:00 AM
Boehner faces competition in Ohio primary
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — U.S. House Speaker John Boehner’s primary races are often about as challenging as a tap-in putt. However, the Ohio Republican and avid golfer faces stepped-up competition back home this time.

4/27/2014 9:41 AM
Columbus Zoo to open new Africa exhibit
POWELL, Ohio — The Columbus Zoo says its $30 million, 43-acre “Heart of Africa” exhibit will open to guests on May 22.

4/27/2014 12:00 AM
Novice takes on FitzGerald
COLUMBUS — You may not know it from the campaign, but Democratic voters have a choice on May 6 as to who they want to square off this fall against incumbent Republican Gov. John Kasich.