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Nearly 40-thousand Ohio kids attend more than two dozen schools that don’t have daily sessions in actual classrooms, or sports teams or mascots, but get millions in state dollars.

Two teenagers find themselves facing felony theft charges.

Washington County investigators tracked the case from Lower Salem to an apartment in Belpre.

A week long investigation now has Branden Ramage, 19, and Kyle Hesson, 18, behind bars.

After receiving numerous complaints about city code enforcement, Athens City Council created an ad-hoc committee last year to examine some of those issues.

On Monday, the committee shared its recommendations.

"He took off, a beautiful flat take off, like military style, no wavering, just flat and perfect."

Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit and Executive Dean for Regional Higher Education Bill Willan announced on Monday that J. Nicole Pennington has been appointed dean of Ohio University Southern.

Federal Hocking Local Schools will challenge a determination that Holzer Clinic in Athens is eligible for a real estate tax exemption.

Supt. George Wood said he talked with the school district’s attorney on Monday, and Federal Hocking will contest the tax exemption.

Cincinnati has hired 23 new police officers from other departments to boost enforcement efforts as the number of homicides increases.

City council authorized the new officers in February following the uptick in deaths from 2013, which includes 21 slayings this year.

Concerns about drug contraband have prompted a ban on regional jail inmates touching loved ones during supervised contact visits.

The chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court says divisions about the death penalty on a panel that spent more than two years studying capital punishment in the state were to be expected.

The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles is widening its online service offerings.