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Ohio teenager suffocates in van after twice calling 911, leading to investigation. Kyle Plush made two calls to 911 when he became stuck, saying, "I probably don't have much time left, so tell my mom that I love her if I die." by Jonathan Sperling / Apr.13.2018 / 10:41 AM ...

GM ending shift at Ohio car plant amid sales slowdown. Originally published April 14, 2018 at 7:05 ... LORDSTOWN, Ohio (AP) -- General Motors says it will eliminate a production shift at its Chevy Cruze manufacturing plant in Ohio that could cost as many as 1,500 jobs. GM attributes the move ...

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Regulators of Ohio's new medical marijuana program say not all of the state's growers, manufacturers and dispensaries will be operational by the legislated deadline of Sept. 8. Department of Commerce Director Jacqueline Williams, whose agency oversees marijuana ... businesses
COLUMBUS, Ohio--The race to take over Cliff Rosenberger's job as Ohio House speaker has already started in earnest, with Reps. Ryan Smith, Dorothy Pelanda, Andy Thompson and Jim Butler expressing interest in the job, several state lawmakers told Capitol Letter, cleveland.com's daily ...
Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger (R) will resign his office as the FBI investigates lavish spending on housing and travel during his time in office. Rosenberger, who represents a southern Ohio district, said last week he had hired an attorney after becoming aware the FBI was asking questions about ...
Mary Taylor came prepared for what might have been the only direct exchange between her and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine of the election cycle. DeWine holds a comfortable lead in the race, and is following the tried-and-true political strategy of avoiding debating your opponent when you're well ...
Former Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill is calling for legalizing marijuana; while state Sen. Joe Schiavoni says he'll be a fighter for the people. All four of the candidates were asked about their stance on gun control legislation during the debate. "We need to reduce the gun violence in America," ...
GateHouse Media will buy the Beacon Journal, including website Ohio.com, from owner Black Press Ltd. in a deal expected to close no later than June 30. The sale price: $16 million, according to a news release. The sale does not include the Beacon Journal's building at 44 E. Exchange St. in downtown ...
WASHINGTON, D. C. - Facebook's Good Friday rejection of an Ohio Catholic school's ad that showed Jesus Christ on the cross was resurrected Wednesday when the House Energy and Commerce Committee grilled Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the social media giant's ad screening policies.
FILE – In this May 14, 2015, file photo, former astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, left, answers questions with his wife Annie Glenn during an interview with The Associated Press at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. The state House unanimously approved a resolution on Wednesday, April ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The state medical board on Wednesday approved 37 physicians to recommend medical marijuana to Ohio patients. Most of the physicians approved as part of the first round of "certificate to recommend" applications are located in Northeast Ohio. Those approved Wednesday are a mix ...
They sold them out because payday lenders have poured gobs of dough into their campaign coffers, both in publicly disclosed contributions and undisclosed dark money allowed by law. They sold them out, in part, because the morally bankrupt people at the Ohio Chamber of Commerce give them cover.

How can I listen to the Ohio State 2018 spring game on the radio? Paul Keels will have the call on 97.1 FM (WBNS) in Columbus. A full list of Ohio State football radio affiliates can be found here.
Ohio is inching closer to getting its medical marijuana program up and running. On Saturday, a Florida-based company held training courses in the Cleveland area for those who want to work in cannabis business once it's legalized. “I think that it has a lot of medical benefits and have seen the benefits in ...
WXIX-TV reports Tiffany and Patrick Stone, of Camp Dennison, were headed to an Anderson Township hospital Friday morning not long after Tiffany's water broke for the delivery of their third child. But Ember Ray Stone wasn't willing to wait for a traditional setting to make her world debut. Patrick Stone ...
For eight straight years, the same person has been the highest-paid worker among Ohio's non-university state employees. But 2017 was the first time anybody topped the half-million-dollar mark. Zinovi Goubar, a psychiatrist with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services who gets $117 ...
19, 2017 photo shows Ryan Sheridan posing for a portrait in the hallway of the Rich Center for Autism in Youngstown, Ohio. A forfeiture complaint filed last week by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Cleveland seeks to keep around $3.5 million in assets seized from 38-year-old Sheridan after raids at his treatment ...
MCCONNELSVILLE, OH (WCMH) — Ohio National Guard's 2nd battalion, 174th Air Defense Artillery Regiment returned home Saturday. They return from a nearly yearlong deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve and Operation Freedom's Sentinel. There was a parade route through the town ...
Scott Seitz, a village councilman in McDonald, Ohio, was one of the former Barack Obama voters turned Donald Trump supporters in Trumbull County in November 2016. Thomas Suddes writes that a new report highlights the reasons in lost manufacturing jobs why so many Trumbull County voters backed ...
Ohio State University students seeking off-campus housing have more choices than ever, with five new university-area apartment complexes accepting applications for the fall. The new residences, most of them on North High Street, will be fully furnished and include fitness centers, pools, covered parking, ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A federal judge has blocked a law from taking effect next week which bans abortions after a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. After the law was blocked by Judge Timothy Black March 14, the Catholic Conference of Ohio expressed disappointment in the decision but also hope that ...
WHEELING, W.Va. (WTRF) - The Ohio-Marshall County Pharmacist Association's 44th Annual Spring Continuing Education Seminar was held Sunday at Wilson Lodge. The event has over 175 pharmacists in attendance from the tri-state area, and continues to be an exciting opportunity for pharmacist to ...
CLEVELAND, OHIO - In his Twitter profile, Tyler Buchanan describes himself as a "millennial newspaper editor" - an especially glaring anachronism in the age of "digital content specialists" and "social media managers." The Bowling Green State University grad is the editor of sister papers The Athens ...
BEACHWOOD, Ohio (AP) — A popular suburban Cleveland shopping mall that locked down Saturday after a shooting on the property is set to reopen. Beachwood Place Mall says in a Facebook post that the mall would reopen at its normal time of noon Sunday. Beachwood police say a man suspected of ...
Ohio's medical marijuana program is set to start Sept. 8, but patients who are hoping to take medical marijuana may still face another obstacle: physicians wrestling with issues of data gaps and ethical questions when it comes to recommending a substance that was approved for treating 21 disorders by a legislative vote, ...
Here's another transaction that qualifies as a big deal — in terms of dollar value and its potential impact on the state of Ohio: Last year McKesson Corp. acquired medical software company CoverMyMeds in a deal that could reach $1.46 billion, counting an earn out (McKesson will throw in an extra $160 ...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Former federal prosecutor and outspoken White House critic Preet Bharara said he decided to raise money in Ohio on Sunday for Democrat Steven Dettelbach, a former U.S. attorney running for state attorney general, because both men understand the rule of law and how it applies to ...
Niraj Antani, of Miamisburg, told the Dayton Daily News in an interview Thursday that Ohio law allows those over 18 to carry a long gun, so anyone who complies "should be able to carry and protect themselves." He said he wasn't advocating arming high-school students, but believes those who meet legal ...
Delaware County was the healthiest county in Ohio in 2017, a title it has held for eight of the nine years the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has issued its health rankings. Four of the five healthiest counties are affluent suburban areas. The bottom five, with Adams ranked the lowest at No. 88, are among ...
MANSFIELD, OH (AP) – A 79-year-old Ohio man described as having Alzheimer's disease has been charged with murder and held on $1 million bond in the fatal shooting of his wife. The Mansfield News Journal reports an attorney entered a not-guilty plea this week for Clyde Manley Jr., of Mifflin Township.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A homeless convicted sex offender has been charged with rape and kidnapping after park rangers say they caught him with a woman bound with surgical tubing. Columbus police tell WCMH Channel 4 that David Shearer, 57, was discovered with the naked woman at about 9 a.m. ...
HAMILTON, OH (WCMH) — Authorities in Ohio are looking into a threat to fly a plane into a school. The Hamilton police chief says the Butler County Regional Airport is investigating the reported threat. A person apparently said they would crash an airplane into Badin High School. School officials said they ...
Ohio's new Down syndrome abortion ban is on hold after a federal judge in Cincinnati sided with abortion providers who claimed the ban was unconstitutional. U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday blocking the new law from going into effect next week while the ...
WHY OHIO STATE WON: Ohio State won a bit in spite of itself. South Dakota State made it a goal to push the pace, and the Jackrabbits sucked Ohio State into a high-tempo game with a staggering amount of 3-point shots (40 by Ohio State, 31 by South Dakota State). But the Buckeyes made enough of their ...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Democrats gained another upset Tuesday when Conor Lamb won a special election in a deeply Republican congressional district in Pennsylvania, continuing a trend of Democrats outperforming results from prior years. The victory has boosted optimism among Ohio Democrats, who ...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles recently announced that it will mail licenses to drivers rather than issue them at bureaus to provide better protection against counterfeiting and identity theft. But that is hardly a new idea. Forty-one states already issue licenses by mail. And many states ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio's new Down syndrome abortion ban is on hold after a federal judge in Cincinnati sided with abortion providers who claimed the ban was unconstitutional. U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday blocking the new law from going into ...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Snow is sticking around in the Northeast Ohio forecast, popping up possibly later this afternoon but most likely tonight as scattered chances last into Wednesday. However, by Thursday the accumulating snow should end, with sunnier skies for Friday. As a weak cold front passes, a few ...
SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) — Part of a ventilation shaft has fallen into the pool area of an Ohio water park, injuring five people. The Erie County Sheriff's Office described the injuries as minor after a large piece of the air conditioning duct, roughly 3 feet (1 meter) in diameter, fell on Monday into the wave pool ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Cincinnati leaders think they've found a loophole in state law that will allow them to ban bump stocks in the city. Cincinnati City Council is working on an ordinance to outlaw the devices, which increase the fire rate of a semi-automatic gun. Bump stocks were used in last year's mass ...
A reminder that Ohio Sires Stakes nominations for 2- & 3-year-olds are due into the Ohio Sires Stakes/Ohio State Racing Commission office by this Thursday, March 15. The cost to nominate one horse is $500 for all four legs of the series or $200 per leg. Ohio Sires Stakes-eligible foals are those sired by a ...
The Plain Dealer in Cleveland reports the Ohio Division of Wildlife says hunters have harvested about 186,000 deer statewide during that time period. Accidents involving vehicles and deer peaked in Ohio in 2015 at over 21,000 collisions, but that number had dropped by more than 2,600 by last year.
“AAA is concerned by the growing number of injuries and deaths involving older drivers in our state, and commends TRIP for bringing light to this issue,” Mary Lou Gallimore, traffic safety program manager at AAA Ohio Auto Club, said in a prepared statement. “AAA aims to keep mature operators driving ...
Teen survivor of Ohio school shooting says using Florida tragedy to further gun-control agenda is disrespectful to victims. ... WEST LIBERTY, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio teenager wounded in a school shooting last year says he thinks it's disrespectful to victims of the February massacre in Parkland, Florida, to use ...
John Kasich (KAY'-sik) has long pushed to take over Ohio's education department, viewing its more independent structure as a hindrance to unified school ... Bill Reineke (RY'-nuh-kee), of Tiffin, would merge the Ohio Department of Education, which oversees K-12 schools; the Ohio Department of Higher ...


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