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Final early voting will be Saturday Nov. 1
Researchers placed 25 monitors around wells in Carroll County

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Costume shops see a rush in business just before Halloween
Early preparations for cold weather begins for southeastern Ohio

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A warming trend will be in store for the remainder of this week

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Report blasts governors for outsourcing state services

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A Glouster man who led police on a chase and allegedly fired at officers in an Oct. 7 incident pleaded innocent to felony charges Wednesday.

The federal government has awarded a $750,000 grant to the West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority to upgrade infrastructure.

With less than two weeks to go before election day, the race for Athens County Auditor is getting contentious.

A sheriff's office says a car pulled from a pond contained the body of a man who disappeared nine years ago in central Ohio.

Delaware County sheriff's spokeswoman Tracy Whited says the coroner's office in neighboring Franklin County confirmed it was Anthony "Tony" Luzio Jr.

Police say two people were injured when a school bus went over an embankment in Jackson County.
 
The accident occurred shortly before 8 a.m. Tuesday on Middle Fork Road.
 
The state's elections chief says more than 272,000 absentee ballots have been cast ahead of the fall election.
 

Athens County Department of Job and Family Services Director Jack Frech will resign from his position at the end of the year. The decision was announced following a pre-disciplinary hearing with the Athens County Commissioners on Tuesday.

The Ohio Department of Transportation planned to hold a meeting in Cleveland Tuesday to hear from civic leaders and planners on the importance of public transit.

Data shows fewer young people in Ohio are getting their driver's license.

The Columbus Dispatch reports number of people in Ohio ages 16 to 20 who obtained a driver's license dropped 8.5 percent in the last decade.

The state is continuing to monitor residents who may have had contact with a Texas nurse diagnosed with the Ebola virus after returning home following a trip to northeastern Ohio.
 

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