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Published 6 hours ago
Farm Bureau touts water-quality steps
The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued a report Monday that acknowledges the state agriculture industry has a responsibility to help maintain Ohio’s water quality and summarizes how it is on a better path to do that.

Updated 16 hours ago
Detroit-area officer in beating on video charged
DETROIT — A Detroit-area police officer who hauled a man out of his car and repeatedly punched him in the head was charged today with assault stemming from a January traffic stop, which wasn’t publicly known until a video was broadcast in March.

Published 18 hours ago
Detroit Zoo to turn manure into power
ROYAL OAK, Mich. — The Detroit Zoo is planning to turn abundant piles of animal manure into energy.

Published 21 hours ago
Spring brings morel mushroom season in Ohio
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — As trees and flowers begin blossoming in Ohio, some people have their eyes to the ground as the morel mushroom season ramps up in the state.

Published 21 hours ago
Ohio gas prices up 7 cents from last week
COLUMBUS — Ohio gas prices are up again to start the work week.

4/19/2015 4:50 PM
Mich. State moves toward tobacco-free
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University is taking more steps this week toward ending all smoking and tobacco use at the East Lansing school.

4/19/2015 12:00 AM
Mich. voters weigh tax hike
After years of unresolved wrangling over how Michigan should fund repairs for its crumbling road network, voters will have their say May 5 on a compromise solution that requires an amendment to the Michigan Constitution that raises the state sales tax from 6 percent to 7 percent and triggers a roughly 10-cent-a-gallon tax increase for gasoline and

4/19/2015 12:25 PM
3 family members found dead in burned-out vehicle
DOYLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — State police say troopers have found the bodies of three family members inside their burned-out vehicle in Michigan’s rural Upper Peninsula.

4/19/2015 9:53 AM
Transportation officials urge help on trash pickup
COLUMBUS — Ohio transportation officials say waste pickup is wasting money that could go to things such as paving roads or buying new snowplow trucks.

4/19/2015 9:06 AM
Ohio officer praised for restraint
NEW RICHMOND, Ohio — A southwestern Ohio police officer is being praised for holding his fire even as a slaying suspect charged him, saying repeatedly, “shoot me.”




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