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The Ohio Lottery is reporting another year of record-high sales and profits, boosted partly by revenue from new video lottery terminals at three racino sites.

About 2,200 aboveground storage tanks have already been registered in compliance with a new West Virginia law to safeguard against harmful spills.

The contractor leading decontamination and decommissioning work at a Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio anticipates up to 675 layoffs beginning in October because of problems related to funding for the project.

The Health Department says Ohio's measles epidemic appears to be winding down while cases of mumps, while slowing, continue to infect people.

The unemployment rate in Ohio for June remained unchanged at 5.5 percent, staying at the lowest level since before the Great Recession.

Another member of a drug ring out of Glouster has pleaded guilty to charges of trafficking and racketeering.

The trial of suspended Sheriff Patrick Kelly will likely be moved to next year, but the judge overseeing the case said it is unlikely to move out of Athens County.

The recession may be over, but the state of Ohio still owes the federal government $1.4 billion for the money it borrowed to pay jobless benefits to unemployed Ohioans.

Athens will once again see changes to the traffic patterns in the city. 

Four years after the construction of a roundabout at the Richland Avenue and Route 682 intersection, another new traffic pattern unlike any other in southeast Ohio will be coming to Athens.

Chances are that if you’ve nailed a college degree to your wall recently, you’re also nailed with debt. But some new research from the Federal Reserve Bank says degree earners are still better off in the long-term than those without a diploma.

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