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U.S. Air Force officials can't say what caused a Thunderbirds F-16 jet to flip over during preparations for the Dayton Air Show on Friday at the Dayton Airport. 


The Chicago Blackhawks have traded forward Artemi Panarin, along with Tyler Motte and the Blackhawks' sixth-round selection in this weekend's NHL draft to the Columbus Blue Jackets for Brandon Saad, goaltender Anton Forsberg and a fifth-round pick next year.

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Americans purchased existing homes at a faster pace in May, but a shortage of properties on the market and higher prices continue.

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The Columbus man accused of fatally shooting a SWAT officer during a standoff last year has been found guilty by a Franklin County jury.


A Democratic gubernatorial candidate is proposing a buy-in option making government health care benefits available to the public. 

Ohio's largest online charter school operator plans to lay off 350 employees next month and possibly more later after the state determined it must repay 60 million dollars for failing to accurately report attendance.

Final estimates place Ohio's projected budget shortfall at more than 1 billion dollars.

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Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment giving crime victims and their families the same rights as the accused have delivered more than 560 thousand petition signatures to the secretary of state's office to make the fall ballot.


The Franklin County coroner says overdose deaths blamed largely on opioids are spiking.


One of two complaints filed over a Republican Ohio Supreme Court justice's speech to a Toledo Right To Life Group has been dismissed.


Ohio Governor John Kasich  has named attorney Lance Himes as director of the Ohio Department of Health.

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Four Ohio public four-year universities are getting grant money to help low-income students who are in danger of dropping out due to financial problems.


The family of a Westerville woman who died after contracting a brain-eating amoeba at a North Carolina waterpark has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the facility. 

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The state plans to train the undercover agents who investigate liquor, tobacco and food stamp violations to identify and help victims of human trafficking.

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of an Ohio law changing the standards for absentee and provisional ballots.


An Athens County school hopes to generate 80 percent of its electricity through a new solar plant.

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The Ohio Highway Patrol says a Powell woman was killed and her husband injured Saturday night in Marion when their motorcycle struck a deer and crashed on State Route 98.


The Ohio Highway Patrol says a man was killed Saturday night at a Knox County airport when he was struck by the propeller of his plane after starting its engine.

Columbus fire officials say two adults and one juvenile were hospitalized with minor injuries Sunday after an explosion at an apartment building on the northeast side.

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Republican State Treasurer Josh Mandel has submitted a financial disclosure statement showing every work trip he took last year was at least partly related to politics, including his bid for U.S. Senate.


The Ohio Department of Commerce says three companies have been selected to review applications for medical marijuana grow licenses.


Columbus police have identified the man killed in a night club shooting on the north side that also left four people wounded.


State officials say a 19-year-old Dublin man died Friday night  after being electrocuted while trying to save his father and family dog at a Put-in-Bay marina.


A Champaign County juvenile court judge says the 14-year-old boy accused of killing his father's girlfriend is competent to  stand trial.  

Ohio's unemployment rate declined in May by a tenth of a point from the previous month to 4.9 percent.


Stark County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a double homicide and attempted suicide yesterday involving members of a bluegrass group called The Stockdale Family Band.

Franklin County Sheriff'

A Columbus man convicted of fatally shooting his niece and wounding his nephew when he tried to "quiet them," has been sentenced to life in prison.


A Republican state senator is sponsoring legislation that could help the state's largest online charter school operator delay repaying 60 million dollars to the state.

The Ohio Inspector General says the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction overpaid food service contractor Aramark Correctional Services by more than 57 thousand dollars, due to an inflated inmate count at the London Correctional Institution.

Chicago Sun Times

A Columbus attorney convicted in a bribery scheme involving a former deputy state treasurer has been permanently disbarred.