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4/3/2014 10:06 AM
Feds to manage Ohio uranium project
COLUMBUS — The U.S. Department of Energy plans to begin managing a southern Ohio uranium enrichment project overseen by a company that declared bankruptcy last month to restructure debt.

4/3/2014 12:13 AM
Capital budget in motion
COLUMBUS — Standing with the Democratic mayor of Columbus, Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday set the stage for Ohio to begin spending $2.4 billion on July 1 for brick-and-mortar projects across the state.

4/3/2014 12:00 AM
Ohio bill would cut green-energy requirement
COLUMBUS — An Ohio Senate committee on Wednesday began hearings on a bill that would slash the state’s requirement that utilities buy 25 percent of their power from renewable and advanced-technology sources by 2025.

4/2/2014 3:55 PM
Dad who fired into air, killing girl, gets 6 years
CINCINNATI — A Cincinnati man pleaded guilty to the accidental shooting death of his 11-year-old daughter during a drunken fight with the girl’s mother and was sentenced today to six years in prison.

4/2/2014 3:32 PM
FBI seeking assistance locating suspect
The FBI is seeking the public's help in identifying a man who, officials allege, engaged in “sexually explicit activities” with a child.

4/2/2014 1:29 PM
Dog escapes Texas yard, found in Ohio
HAMILTON, Ohio — The owners of a small dog that escaped in Texas have no idea how he made it to a southwest Ohio shelter more than 1,000 miles away.

4/2/2014 9:02 AM
Ohio among tops for seized meth labs
CLEVELAND — A new report ranks Ohio among the top states for seized methamphetamine labs last year.

4/1/2014 9:49 PM
Local officials decry state cuts
COLUMBUS — Local tax hikes are Gov. John Kasich’s tax hikes, a bipartisan group of officials from local governments charged Tuesday as they urged lawmakers to restore funds cut from their budgets three years ago.

4/2/2014 12:48 AM
GM’s Barra testifies on Capitol Hill
WASHINGTON — The fix for a faulty ignition switch linked to 13 traffic deaths would have cost just 57 cents, members of Congress said Tuesday as they demanded answers from General Motors’ new CEO on why the automaker took 10 years to recall cars with the defect.