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A new U.S. Department of Energy report shows steady demand remains in Ohio for small-scale wind energy projects.

Some international students are spending summer at their American colleges because they are worried about potential travel troubles, even if they aren't from majority Muslim countries in the government's travel ban rules.


Officials from the company building twin high-pressure natural gas pipelines across northern Ohio have told federal regulators sabotage or leaky equipment caused drilling slurry to become contaminated while cleaning a spill near the Tuscarawas River.


The City of Columbus has paid nearly 11 thousand dollars to euthaize 250 geese that populated the Scioto River downtown.


The superintendent of Ohio's largest online charter school operator is retiring amid its court battle with Ohio officials over at least 60 million dollars in disputed funding.


A leading U.S. hospital says it won't move its annual fundraiser away from a Donald Trump resort despite pressure from health professionals and others over the president's support for repealing the Affordable Care Act.

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The Columbus Fraternal Order of Police has passed a no confidence vote in Columbus mayor Andy Ginther and two other city officials. 


Former Ohio State and NFL wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez is considering a run for Congress.

The Ohio Department of Commerce does not expect to issue the first medical marijuana cultivator licenses until November, a month later than growers expected.


A Cuyahoga County jury has acquitted the motorist accused of fatally striking an Ohio Highway Patrol trooper along I-90 in Cleveland last year.


Actor James Woods is asking a court to dismiss a Chillicothe activist's defamation lawsuit over a comment he retweeted during the presidential campaign.


Environmental groups say a new report from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers makes clear urgent action is needed to prevent Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.


Former Republican Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder has returned two improper campaign donations from county party organizations. 

A federal lawsuit says a "treacherous school environment" that allowed and covered up bullying led to the suicide of an 8-year-old Cincinnati boy.  


The Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District recently approved plans to offer free bus passes to 43 thousand downtown workers to help alleviate parking woes starting next June.

A federal district judge has ruled the City of Cleveland is not liable for the decades three men spent in prison for a 1970s slaying they didn't commit.


The Dutch manufacturer of the thrill ride that broke apart and killed an 18-year-old man at the Ohio State Fair says excessive corrosion on a support beam led to a "catastrophic failure."

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.