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The National Weather Service has confirmed an F-1 tornado with winds up to 110 miles-per-hour touched down in Grove City Tuesday.

The mother of a 17-year-old boy charged with shooting and killing his stepfather at a Reynoldsburg home Monday night says the shooting was in self-defense.

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The man sentenced to life in prison for killing an Ohio State University student has pleaded guilty to several armed robberies in the German Village area.

Ohio Governor John Kasich has renewed the state's membership in the National Governors Association as he seeks to shore up credibility for bipartisan deal-making that could bolster a 2020 bid for president.

Attorney Gloria Allred has agreed to represent three women who lost eggs when a fertility clinic storage tank at University Hospitals in Cleveland malfunctioned last month, causing the loss of more than 4 thousand eggs and embryos.

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Federal prosecutors have filed a forfeiture complaint seeking to seize 3.5 million dollars in assets from the owner of two Ohio substance abuse treatment centers. 

A subsidiary that runs Akron-based FirstEnergy's nuclear and coal-fired power plants has filed for bankruptcy. 


The Ohio Republican congressman who failed to disclose nearly 50 thousand dollars in political contributions while registered as a Washington lobbyist has filed papers clarifying the date the registration was deactivated. 

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The Ohio Attorney General's office says it's reviewing a lawsuit filed by the ACLU and Lambda Legal on behalf of four transgender people who want the genders on their birth certificates changed to properly reflect their identities.

CVS Health is facing a federal lawsuit claiming the company unintentionally revealed the HIV status of up to 6 thousand Ohio residents though a prescription mailing.

President Trump is threatening to "hold up" the just finalized trade agreement with South Korea to provide more leverage for talks with North Korea. 

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Akron-based FirstEnergy says it plans to close its Davis-Besse and Perry nuclear power plants within the next three years.

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled against a disqualified Democratic gubernatorial candidate seeking to get back on the ballot.

The Franklin County Coroner's Office has issued a warning after a recent surge in drug overdose deaths. 


Campaign finance reports and congressional lobbyist filings reviewed by the Associated Press show Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Renacci failed to disclose nearly 50 thousand dollars in political contributions while registered as a Washington lobbyist starting in the late 2000s.

Officials at a fertility clinic at University Hospitals in Cleveland says the clinic had been experiencing problems with a frozen embryo storage tank for several weeks before it malfunctioned in early March and ruined more than 4 thousand embryos. 

Fulton County Sheriff's Office

A  jury has convicted the Fulton County man charged with kidnapping and murdering a University of Toledo student in 2016. 

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A judge has scheduled an April 18 hearing to consider approving a proposed 1.27 million dollar settlement of a lawsuit filed by the the family of the victim of last year's fatal ride accident at the Ohio State Fair.

Ohio Governor John Kasich has granted clemency to a death row inmate scheduled for execution on April 11.

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Court filings about the fatal Beavercreek police shooting of a black shopper in a store in 2014 indicate a dispatcher told white responding officers the man was loading a weapon with "bullets," even though a 911 caller hadn't specified ammunition. 

Another company that was passed over for a state medical marijuana grower's license is suing the state. 

Republican Ohio House leaders have ended hearings on legislation aimed at reducing annual cost-of-living increases for retirees receiving benefits from Ohio's largest public pension system.

The White House says President Trump plans to visit Richfield on Thursday to promote his infrastructure plan.

U.S. Census Bureau estimates show the Columbus metro area now has more people than metro Cleveland and is on pace to surpass Cincinnati at its current rate of growth.

An Athens woman and her boyfriend have been indicted on aggravated murder charges in the death of the woman's 3-month-old daughter. 

Columbus police say a woman who shot at officers during a SWAT standoff Saturday on the southeast side has been killed. 

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Federal authorities are still reviewing the case of a white University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist in 2015.

State investigators say no charges will be filed against the Clark County Sheriff's deputy who shot a newspaper photographer setting up to photograph a traffic stop. 

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A Franklin County grand jury has indicted man accused of fatally shooting two Westerville police officers responding to a 911 hang-up call on charges that carry the possibility of a death sentence. 

State officials say Ohio's unemployment rate dropped to 4.5 percent in February, the lowest rate since 2001, but remained higher than the national rate.