More Ohio drivers making pothole claims this year

DAYTON (AP) — More Ohio motorists are looking for repayment from the state for pothole damage to their cars, nearly tripling the number of claims filed in 2013. The Dayton Daily News reports...

Officers discover more injured dogs after raid

AKRON (AP) — Authorities in northeast Ohio say they’ve found more dogs believed to be part of an alleged dogfighting ring uncovered during a police raid. The Akron Beacon Journal reports...

Abortion clinic drops lawsuit against Ohio agency

CINCINNATI (AP) — Cincinnati’s last abortion clinic has announced it will remain open and drop its lawsuit against the Ohio Department of Health after the state approved the clinic’s...

Sentencing for man who sold fake diplomatic papers

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — An Ohio man who claimed he is the keeper of the seal of St. Peter is scheduled for sentencing after being convicted of selling nearly 2,000 fake diplomatic credentials...

Ohio Prosecutor Gets Help For Rape DNA Backlog

CLEVELAND (AP) — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is expected to be in Cleveland to announce new investigative support and grant funding that will help prosecutors process the backlog of rape...

Ohio Set To Release Unemployment Rate For October

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The state is set to release Ohio’s unemployment rate for October, along with other jobs data. The Department of Job and Family Services is scheduled to share last...

White House Adviser Focuses On Sexual Assault

CINCINNATI (AP) — The White House adviser on violence against women will give the keynote speech at an event focusing on sexual assault on college campuses. Lynn Rosenthal’s address Friday...

Ohio City To Mark 20th Anniversary Of Agreement

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — City officials are preparing to mark the 20th anniversary of an international peace agreement worked out in southwest Ohio. The Dayton Peace Accords at 20 Committee says it...

Ohio House Bill Limits Standardized Testing Time

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio House has passed a bill that would limit time students in the state’s public schools spend on standardized tests. The measure approved in the House on...
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