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Ohio does not have to recognize same-sex unions made in other states.

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The OU senior plans to run for an at-large seat in November 2015.
Billy Milligan was represented, at one time, by attorney and present-day Judge L. Alan Goldsberry

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The fire has been put out, but some students are only just feeling the heat.
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The second part in a four part series exploring campus sexual violence.

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Gov. John Kasich says he plans to push back even harder against political adversaries during his second term, as he tries to further reduce Ohio's income tax, enact restrictions on charter schools and hammer out a satisfactory compromise on renewable-energy mandates.

A leading civil-rights organization is objecting to a religious requirement attached to $10 million in new Ohio educational mentorship grants.

A unique new course is enabling Ohio University students to become philanthropists in a venture designed to teach them ways to effectively contribute to their communities.
 

The former commissioner of the Trimble Twp. Youth League has been charged with stealing more than $8,000 from the organization.

A spokesman for Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says the governor has no plans to officially declare a state holiday for the Friday after Christmas.

The Ohio Supreme Court has again upheld use of traffic camera enforcement by the state's municipalities.

Stephen J. Kopp, who oversaw $200 million in new buildings and renovations over nearly a decade as president of Marshall University, has died.

State Rep. Debbie Phillips, D-Albany, announced Tuesday that the state Controlling Board approved funding for Ohio University and the city of Athens for advanced technology projects that will foster job creation and entrepreneurship in the region.
 
Two Vinton County gaming businesses have been charged with hosting illegal gambling following a raid of their establishments by state and local officials.
 

Bills legalizing consumer fireworks, providing confidentiality for lethal injection drug companies, and requiring parental permission for teen tanning are among those poised for final action as Ohio's two-year legislative session nears its end.

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