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1/29/2016 6:18 PM
Hilliard teacher charged with touching student
A Hilliard Weaver Middle School teacher who resigned earlier this week was charged on Thursday with inappropriately touching a student who had been babysitting for him.

1/29/2016 1:50 PM
New rules for Ohio absentee ballots
COLUMBUS  — Ohio’s elections chief is ordering new procedures for mailed absentee ballots after some weren’t counted last year because of missing postmarks.

1/29/2016 1:12 PM
Michigan governor signs $28M bill to address water crisis
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder today signed into law $28 million in emergency funding to address Flint’s lead-contaminated water.

1/29/2016 9:11 AM
Athens police hunt serial rapist
ATHENS, Ohio — The police chief of an Ohio college town said authorities are seeking a predator linked to sexual assaults on three women since 2006.

1/29/2016 12:56 PM
Woman's actions questioned in stalking case
MARIETTA, Ohio — The lawyer for a highway patrol commander accused of stalking a subordinate’s wife after an affair raised questions in court about the woman’s credibility when she acknowledged continuing to have contact with him, including taking a cruise together to the Caribbean.

1/29/2016 10:42 AM
Ohio funeral board head sues member
COLUMBUS — The director of Ohio’s state funeral board has filed a federal civil-rights lawsuit against a board member appointed by Gov. John Kasich (KAY‘-sik) alleging sexist, threatening and retaliatory behavior and seeking damages.

1/29/2016 12:00 AM
Amendment sought to allow Ohio cities to enact own gun laws
COLUMBUS — U.S. Senate candidate PG Sittenfeld and anti-gun activists Thursday opened a constitutional amendment campaign to restore the right of cities such as Toledo to enact local gun laws that are stricter than state law.

1/28/2016 5:59 PM
3 more sickened from listeria outbreak
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — The Centers for Disease Control says three more people — in Connecticut, Missouri and New York — have been added to the list of those sickened from a listeria outbreak linked to packaged salads made at a Dole processing facility in Ohio.

1/28/2016 5:12 PM
Ohio lawmaker under fire for remarks
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A long-time Republican state lawmaker called his female primary opponent “sweetie” and questioned her interest in serving in the Legislature while she is raising young children.

1/28/2016 3:39 PM
Detroit teachers sue over conditions
DETROIT — The Detroit teachers’ union filed a lawsuit against the district today calling for repairing “deplorable” conditions and removing the state-appointed emergency manager that they hold responsible.




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