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Cincinnati websites hacked by alleged ISIS affiliate
CINCINNATI — A group claiming to be affiliated with Islamic state extremists has hacked the website of a developer group in downtown Cincinnati.

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3 men die after SUV crashes into tree in Detroit
DETROIT — Authorities say three men have been killed in an SUV crash on Detroit’s east side.

4/25/2015 4:09 PM
Mother in custody case freed
HACKENSACK, N.J. — A New Jersey woman jailed in a custody dispute has been freed after spending more than eight years behind bars and is likely to be reunited with her daughter in Spain who’s been without either parent for nearly a decade.

4/25/2015 2:08 PM
2 sisters survive being stranded 13 days
CRISP POINT, Mich. — Two sisters from Oklahoma and Nebraska said Saturday that they on love for their family, melted snow and the little food they had in their snow-crippled SUV.

4/25/2015 6:45 AM
Mich. man wins $250,000 lottery instant game ticket
JACKSON, Mich. — A man who stopped at a store called the Minnow Bucket in Jackson walked out with a whopper.

4/24/2015 8:48 PM
Ohio ice cream maker says listeria found at plant
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — An Ohio ice cream maker says listeria has been found in other pints and in its production facility.

4/24/2015 7:34 PM
DeWine rejects marijuana proposal
COLUMBUS — Attorney General Mike DeWine today rejected a proposed marijuana legalization amendment because the summary was not “fair and truthful,” a spokesman said.

4/24/2015 6:02 PM
Ex-band director can sue OSU for discrimination, judge rules
A federal judge has ruled that the fired Ohio State University marching band director has a legal basis to sue the school for reverse sexual discrimination, but the judge dismissed all other complaints that Elmore native Jonathan Waters made in his lawsuit against the university.

4/24/2015 11:34 AM
Man convicted in Iraqi currency scheme dies
AYER, Mass. — A Florida man who conspired with two Toledo-area businessmen to sell Iraqi currency as a sure-thing investment died this week in a federal prison hospital.

4/24/2015 12:00 AM
Bill would slash funds to Toledo
COLUMBUS — State lawmakers have proposed slashing subsidies to cities such as Toledo that, thanks to a series of court rulings, have thwarted a new state law by continuing to operate red-light cameras.




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