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Economic impact studies sought by the Host Committee for last summer's Republican National Convention in Cleveland have reached differing conclusions about the short term impact.

A grand jury has declined to indict a Hudson police officer who fatally shot an unarmed United Arab Emirates citizen last year.

The Akron man who pleaded guilty to charges of threatening U.S. military members online on behalf of the Islamic State group was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in prison.

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Democrats are criticizing a plan announced by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to send 12 federal prosecutors to cities dealing with opioid addiction.


Japan-based auto parts supplier DENSO is expanding a regional headquarters in Michigan and a satellite office in Dublin.


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it will release a previously delayed report on measures at an Illinois waterway chokepoint to prevent the Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.


The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed head coach John Tortorella to a one-year contract extension.


A woman says she had a sexual relationship with former Cincinnati Reds great Pete Rose in the 1970s, starting when she was 14 or 15 years old.

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Delaware County has settled for 300 thousand dollars a civil rights lawsuit filed by the family of an intoxicated Hispanic man struck and killed by a car who was walking along Route 36 after Sheriff's deputies dropped him off at a Mexican fast-food restaurant.

State officials say they have worked with five health care insurers to cover 19 Ohio counties that otherwise wouldn't have had a health insurance option on the federal health care exchange next year.   


Former Cincinnati Reds first baseman Lee May died over the weekend at the age of 74.

Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say two men in a semi were killed Sunday morning after clipping the back of an SUV entering I-71 north in Pleasant Township.

The United Steelworkers Union and Akron-based Goodyear Tire & Rubber have reached a tentative five-year contract agreement covering workers at plants in Ohio and four other states. 


A co-owner of the company providing rides at the Ohio State Fair thinks a mechanical failure caused a thrill ride to break apart Wednesday night, killing an 18-year-old man.

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Wapakoneta police  say a rare gold replica of the lunar space module was stolen from the Armstrong Air and Space Museum this past Friday night.

Authorities say a man sustained serious injuries after being stabbed at the Cincinnati Zoo during a fight on Saturday afternoon.

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The family of a teen killed when a spinning and swinging amusement park ride broke apart at the Ohio State Fair and threw people to the ground says it has retained a law firm to file a wrongful-death suit.


Ohio doctors have reached tentative agreement with the Kasich administration on a proposed rule requiring them to report the specific diagnosis of every patient who receives a prescription painkiller.

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Authorities have identified the person killed in Wednesday night's ride accident at the Ohio State Fair.

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State investigators are continuing to examine the Ohio State Fair ride that broke apart on Opening Day, killing one person and leaving several others seriously injured. 


Attorneys for the Bellefontaine woman accused of suffocating her three sons out of jealousy over the attention her husband gave them say her videotaped confession should be tossed out after experts concluded she has brain damage and a low IQ.

The Ohio Supreme Court has again upheld cities' use of traffic camera enforcement systems, striking down as unconstitutional legislative restrictions including requiring a police officer to be present.


One person was killed and seven others injured when an "aggressive thrill" ride at the Ohio State Fair broke apart last night.


Medina County Sheriff's deputies say the cause of death of a township trustee has officially been ruled undetermined.

Regulators of Ohio's medical marijuana industry have received approval to spend an additional 6 million dollars over the next two years on projects including a seed-to-sale tracking system.


President Trump told attendees of a campaign-style rally in Youngstown last night he is working with two Republican U.S. Senators to create a new immigration system.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a request by a death row inmate to stay his execution scheduled for today.


Cincinnati police are upset over criticism of their role in the case of a white former University of Cincinnati officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist in 2015.


The commander of the U.S. Coast Guard district for the Great Lakes is stepping down.


This year's Ohio State Fair butter sculpture includes the traditional cow and calf along with four student-athletes and a 6-foot-tall bottle colored to look like chocolate milk.