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1/25/2016 7:59 AM
Sheriff: Woman injects heroin, then flips car
CINCINNATI  — A southwest Ohio sheriff’s office says an Indiana woman flipped her vehicle while driving with her two sons after injecting heroin and apparently experiencing an overdose.

1/25/2016 6:59 AM
Detroit auto show draws over 815,000 visitors
DETROIT — Organizers say there were more than 815,000 visitors to the North American International Auto Show this year.

1/25/2016 6:46 AM
Ex-prosecutor to spearhead probe of Flint water
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says a former prosecutor and a former head of the Detroit FBI will play key roles in his office’s investigation into Flint’s water crisis.

1/25/2016 12:00 AM
Federal attorney for district to retire
Steven Dettelbach, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, recently announced plans to retire Feb. 5 and return to private practice.

1/25/2016 12:00 AM
Ohio sets guidelines for prescribing painkillers
Ohio Gov. John Kasich and a coalition of state medical leaders announced guidelines meant to reduce the prescribing of painkillers for short-term pain. The guidelines recommend using alternatives to painkillers with addictive qualities when treating pain from injuries and surgery that generally lasts less than 12 weeks.

1/24/2016 11:56 PM
Emergency manager rift in Michigan
DETROIT — Darnell Earley didn’t come up with the plan to channel corrosive river water into Flint’s old lead-lined water pipes, causing a health emergency. And he certainly can’t be blamed for the Detroit school system’s decaying facilities and wrecked finances, which have prompted teacher boycotts this month.

1/24/2016 6:53 PM
Water scare closes Sebring schools
SEBRING, Ohio — A school district canceled its Monday classes as more tests are being done in a northeast Ohio village where elevated levels of lead and copper were found in tap water.

1/24/2016 12:00 AM
How They Voted: 1-24
A look at recent Ohio Statehouse action and how lawmakers representing the area voted.

1/24/2016 1:37 AM
Cases linger in Ohio teen forced labor case
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The third of four people accused of smuggling teens into the U.S. and keeping them as virtual slave laborers at an Ohio egg farm has pleaded guilty to charges in a case that brought national attention to the exploitation of young immigrants fleeing unrest in Central America.

1/23/2016 8:21 PM
Michigan questions some demands on water
DETROIT — Michigan’s top environmental officer was by turns cooperative and confrontational with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in a letter pledging to work with the federal government to ensure the safety of Flint’s drinking water but challenging the legality and scope of some federal demands.




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