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Five anonymous donors provided the $6.9 million used to run JobsOhio in its first year, IRS records show.
Fears of damaged crops and more car crashes continue to drive opposition to new deer-hunting regulations slated to take effect this fall.
Another possible marijuana ballot issue in Ohio has cropped up, this one permitting growing and using hemp for food, clothing and building materials.
As supporters of Medicaid expansion in Ohio grow increasingly impatient with legislative inaction, talk, both publicly and privately, is turning toward alternatives such as a 2014 ballot issue.
SANDUSKY, Ohio — Athena Castile, an 11-week-old baby, died yesterday morning after being stabbed by her second cousin, police said.
In the future, Gov. John Kasich will call family members of murder victims when he decides to spare the lives of Death Row inmates, the governor’s office said yesterday.
OTTAWA, Ohio — The first police officer on the scene of last week’s double homicide in Putnam County saw blood throughout the mobile home, and followed its trail through a hallway into a bedroom and then to the back door, according to court documents unsealed yesterday.
A man accused of imprisoning three women in his Cleveland home for a decade spends most of his time in jail resting or asleep, with breaks for pacing, showers and cell cleaning.
AKRON — Officials in Akron say the city’s website and internal systems have been hacked — and names, Social Security numbers and credit card numbers were compromised. Deputy Mayor Rick Merolla said the attacks, apparently by a Turkish group that has claimed credit, got past the city’s firewall sometime yesterday.
CINCINNATI — A southwestern Ohio man was found guilty yesterday of fatally shooting a man who authorities say identified his assailant by blinking his eyes while paralyzed and hooked up to a ventilator.
NEWARK, Ohio — The sound of the cash register ringing was music to Nick Kirk’s ear. The 29-year-old owner of Bugzy’s bar had spent the better part of a year refurbishing the Newark nightspot, and the place was hopping on the first Saturday of May. But a phone call near closing time put a damper on his good mood.
CLEVELAND — More than $480,000 has been donated to help three Cleveland women who were kidnapped and held captive in a home for about a decade.
CINCINNATI — The condition of a 17-year-old high-school student has improved, more than two weeks after he was hospitalized with a gunshot wound self-inflicted in a Cincinnati-area classroom.
CLEVELAND — A judge in Cleveland has set a $5 million bond for a man charged with aggravated murder in the 1984 killing of a 14-year-old girl. Hernandez Warren was arraigned yesterday morning.
MIDDLETOWN — Police say a 2-year-old girl in southwestern Ohio has severe burns on both arms after falling into a trash can full of scalding water.
WASHINGTON — A prominent Ohio conservative organization and 16 other tea party groups from across the country might sue the Internal Revenue Service after the federal government acknowledged the tax agency targeted conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
A survey of more than half of Ohio school superintendents revealed, with few exceptions, a wide gap between themselves and legislators regarding what policies will have the most impact.
Months of controversy over pension board members’ plan to attend a Hawaii conference have resulted in calls for more oversight of the state’s pension funds.
A Senate Republican leader on education policy wants to create a $100 million voucher program over the next two years to allow thousands of low-income Ohio children to attend preschool.
SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil’s Supreme Court has annulled the trial of a rancher convicted of ordering the 2005 murder of Ohio nun and Amazon defender Dorothy Stang.
Ohio Medicaid recipients could face time limits and work requirements under alternatives being discussed in the legislature to Gov. John Kasich’s proposed expansion of tax-funded health care for the poor and disabled.
South Bloomfield Mayor Rick Wilson’s refusal to sign a piece of paper has undercut a proposal to add low-income housing to the Pickaway County village.
Ohio will get $3.8 million of a $500 million settlement against a pharmaceutical manufacturer in India for selling adulterated drugs in the U.S.
The Madison County commissioners put the county engineer on notice last summer. They thought he was being paid too much for the dual role he fills.
Secretary of State Jon Husted has admonished the Fairfield County Board of Elections for running a sloppy election count on May 7, and he wants to know what the board will do to improve.
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