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8:42 pm
Mon August 3, 2015

Coroner Says DuBose Had Fragrance, Not Alcohol In Car When Killed

A coroner says a bottle held up by a motorist before he was shot by a University of Cincinnati police officer apparently contained a fragrance, not alcohol.  

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8:37 pm
Mon August 3, 2015

Federal Clean Power Plan Calls For 28% Emission Cuts In Ohio

The coal-fired Muskingum River Power Plant, which will be affected by the White House's Clean Power Plan
Credit Associated Press

The White House has come out with a sweeping strategy to scale back on climate change. The so-called Clean Power Plan requires every state to play a role in cutting carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow takes a look at how the plan affects Ohio which gets about 70% of its electricity from coal.  

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8:18 pm
Mon August 3, 2015

New Police Recruits will Have To Have HS Diploma

Ohio officers will soon be required to have a high school diploma or equivalent under several police training changes cleared by a state panel. 

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8:14 pm
Mon August 3, 2015

OSU Med Center Settles Suit After Sending Heart Attack Victim Home

OSU Wexner Medical Center will pay $275-thousand dollars to settle a suit filed by the family of a woman who was sent home when she was having a heart attack.  

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8:07 pm
Mon August 3, 2015

Treasurer's Checkbook Website Get $2.7M to Track Local Governments Spending

Credit Jo Ingles OPR Statehouse News Bureau

  A state government panel has approved $2.7 million for an online checkbook website that tracks public spending. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports the treasurer’s office says this money will allow it to put the finances of local governments online.  

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9:52 am
Mon August 3, 2015

Over 550 Entities Seek Share Of Ohio Rock Salt Settlement

Hundreds of local governments and other public entities are seeking a share of Ohio's $11.5 million settlement with two rock salt producers that were accused of conspiring to drive up prices. 

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9:28 am
Mon August 3, 2015

Kasich, Republicans, Others Getting Ready For Cleveland GOP Debate

The final cast for the Republicans’ first presidential debate of this election cycle should be known tomorrow. 

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11:43 am
Fri July 31, 2015

University Of Akron Cuts Prompt Bogus Online Ad

The student union at the University of Akron
Credit cleveland.com

The recent job and program cuts at the University of Akron have drawn criticism from faculty, students and alumni as well as some ridicule. 

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11:40 am
Fri July 31, 2015

Police Identify Slain Pizza Delivery Driver

Columbus police have now identified the pizza delivery driver who was shot and killed last night on the East side. 

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6:28 am
Fri July 31, 2015

Franklin County Has New Emergency Alert System

Franklin County now has an electronic emergency alert system that can reach more than 1 million people in 42 jurisdictions.

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6:15 am
Fri July 31, 2015

WSJ: Holocaust Victims Mocked In OSU Marching Band Parody Songbook

Credit wsj.com

Ohio State University says an unofficial marching band song that made fun of Holocaust victims is the type of thing it has pledged to eradicate from the program.

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7:09 am
Thu July 30, 2015

Is Police Body Camera Video Unbiased?

Mya Frazier
Credit myafrazier.com

The attorney for the white and now former University of Cincinnati police officer who shot and killed an African-American motorist during a traffic stop earlier this month says he was shocked his client was charged with murder yesterday.

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6:57 am
Thu July 30, 2015

City Emails Show Money Was Traffic Camera Program Motivator

New documents released by the City of Columbus show money was a motivator in the creation of the city's red light camera program. 

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6:43 am
Thu July 30, 2015

Inmated Indicted For Threatening Franklin County Judge

Sean Heisa
Credit Fairfield County Sheriff

A Franklin County grand jury has indicted a state prison inmate on charges of sending a threatening letter containing white powder and labeled "anthrax" to a judge who presided over one of his cases.

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6:37 am
Thu July 30, 2015

Former Student Enters Insanity Plea In Death Of Her Infant

Emile Weaver
Credit Muskingum University

A former Muskingum University student has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to charges of killing  her newborn baby. 

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6:35 am
Thu July 30, 2015

First Human West Nile Cases Of The Year Reported

The Ohio Department of Health says two people recently diagnosed with West Nile virus are the first reported human cases in the state this year.

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6:28 am
Thu July 30, 2015

Franklin County Ends Boil Alert

Franklin County has lifted the boil water alert for customers near West Broad Street.

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4:00 am
Thu July 30, 2015

UC Officer To Be Arraigned On Murder Charges

Former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing will be arraigned in Hamilton County Court this morning on murder charges and the county prosecutor says he is so angry he wants to prosecute the case himself.  Alison Holm reports.  

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9:16 pm
Wed July 29, 2015

Husted Challenges ResponsibleOhio's Signature Gathering Procedures

The state’s top elections official says the group backing a marijuana legalization plan may be breaking the rules when it comes to gathering signatures for its ballot issue.

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9:09 pm
Wed July 29, 2015

Family Questions Police Shooting Of Dayton Motorist

Dontae Martin
Credit whio.com

Relatives of a man killed in a shooting by Montgomery County Sheriff's deputies responding to a crash are questioning why officers didn't turn on their vehicle's overhead lights and thereby prompt a dash camera to start recording.  

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