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3/26/2014 12:52 AM
Ohio House voting on capital budget
COLUMBUS — A borrowing-fueled $2.4 billion list of bricks and mortar projects across the state is in position for a vote today by the House in hopes of getting it to the governor’s desk by the end of next week.

3/26/2014 6:59 AM
Deal allows Tesla to sell cars in Ohio
COLUMBUS — Ohio auto dealers have struck an agreement that will allow Tesla Motors to sell its electric cars in the state.

3/26/2014 12:00 AM
State fills gap in funding for widening of I-75
Funds not needed for a phase of an I-90 reconstruction project in Cleveland will be used instead to plug a budget gap for the upcoming I-75 widening between Perrysburg and Findlay.

3/25/2014 9:51 PM
GM told staff of fatal flaw, kept word from victims’ kin
DETROIT — It was nearly five years ago that any doubts were laid to rest among engineers at General Motors about a dangerous and faulty ignition switch. At a meeting on May 15, 2009, they learned that data in the black boxes of Chevrolet Cobalts confirmed a potentially fatal defect existed in hundreds of thousands of cars.

3/25/2014 6:11 PM
Freeze on Mich. gay marriage extended
DETROIT — Michigan’s Republican Gov. Rick Snyder, who keeps mostly silent on social issues in favor of focusing on the economy, is stepping carefully on the issue of gay marriage after a judge’s declaration that the state’s ban is unconstitutional.

3/25/2014 9:26 AM
Detroit outlines vision for old ballpark site
DETROIT  — Detroit has released a new vision for the former site of Tiger Stadium that would include a youth baseball field along with stores, residential space and offices.

3/24/2014 11:09 PM
Mandel starts ‘Ohio strong’ effort
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel is embarking on an effort to heighten the profile of manufacturing jobs with a goal of inspiring more young people to pursue those careers.

3/24/2014 11:07 PM
TPS official named tops in Ohio
When Brad Aemisegger started as a bus driver for Toledo Public Schools nearly 30 years ago, he expected to only be in the transportation department for a few months.

3/24/2014 10:55 PM
Group seeks new vote on same-sex marriage
COLUMBUS — For the second time in less than two months, same-sex marriage bans have been at least partly overturned in border states, but activists in Ohio have instead taken their own approach to chip away at the state’s ban.

3/25/2014 9:32 AM
I-75 project gets additional funds
CLEVELAND — Highway officials in Ohio are shifting about $67 million left over from a Cleveland construction project to widening a stretch of Interstate 75 south of Toledo.