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A 30-year-old Ohio man convicted of fatally shooting his grandfather in the face has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Shaun Lawson was sentenced Wednesday in Pickaway County court.

An eastern Ohio man who uses a biblical reference and a statement against "poisoned waters" on billboards opposing a deep-injection well is facing a legal threat from the well's Texas operator.

 A proposal for a regional jail in northeast Kentucky aimed at saving taxpayers money has fallen apart.

Carter County and Boyd County fiscal courts voted unanimously to dissolve the interlocal agreement Tuesday.

Ohio's governor is staying mum on his Democratic challenger's recent campaign problems.

Republican Gov. John Kasich told reporters Tuesday at a campaign stop in Cincinnati that he pays no attention to the other side.

The Marshall County Commission has approved an agreement for a proposed natural gas-fired power plant.

Ohio University may be spending around $300,000 before winter to stabilize buildings at The Ridges to prevent any further damage while a master plan is being developed for the former mental health center.

Allegiant Air is adding nonstop service between Huntington Tri-State Airport in West Virginia and Punta Gorda Airport in Florida.

The new service will begin Nov. 20. Flights will be offered twice a week on Sunday and Thursday.

A federal report says West Virginia public health officials weren't trained to respond to a January chemical spill along the Elk River.

The federal government is offering $2 million to Ohio farmers to help prevent farm runoff that contributes to potentially harmful algae blooms.

Health Recovery Services in Athens has received a $600,000 grant to expand its efforts to improve services for opiate addicted mothers and their newborn babies.