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The alleged supplier to a Glouster drug operation will appear in Athens County Common Pleas Court next month after a three-state investigation led to his arrest.

Who is she, where is she going and why is she walking?

Those are just some of the questions regarding a mysterious woman dressed in black who has been spotted across the United States — including in Athens.

There’s a bill in the Ohio legislature that would change the state’s law on housing discrimination. Supporters say it’s a change that’s needed to protect landlords from being victimized by fair housing organizations across the state.

School districts have spent years preparing to implement the education standards known as Common Core -- which are set to start this coming school year. Now House Republicans are renewing their efforts to repeal the standards.

Ohio officials have approved 37 grant applications involving nearly 200 schools and educational entities from an innovation fund established by Gov. John Kasich.

A northeast Ohio community where two tornadoes have touched down this summer will reactivate its tornado warning sirens.

The city council in Brunswick, in Medina County south of Cleveland, voted Monday night to spend nearly $25,000 to get the sirens up and running again.

A federal appeals court governing West Virginia has struck down the same-sex marriage ban in neighboring Virginia.

Expansion of an auto-parts manufacturing operation is expected to add 214 jobs in the southwest Ohio city of Hamilton.

ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America Inc. already employs 381 people in Butler County. The unit of a German company makes high-end shock absorbers in Hamilton.

It has been confirmed that the murder suspect in the July 19 shooting incident that occurred at a cabin in the Hocking Hills has died.

The Athens County prosecutor said a former Detroit police officer accused of leading a drug ring has waived extradition and will be sent from Georgia to Ohio in the next few days.