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A former eastern Ohio high school football player is back on the field for the first time since serving time in a juvenile detention center for raping a 16-year-old girl in August 2012.

Ohio University College of Fine Arts Professor Emeritus Robert Winters died Tuesday morning in Athens.

He was 77 years old.

Winters was a big name in Athens community, especially in relation to the arts.

Federal transportation officials say more firearms are showing up at airport checkpoints in Ohio and around the country - and most have been loaded.

For many years, Robin Williams seemed like a talent who had no off switch.

A federal judge has extended a months-long moratorium on executions in Ohio as debate over the state's new two-drug combination continues.

The moratorium was to end this week. The new order extends it through Jan. 15.

There are several active construction projects in the works at the Hocking College campus, according to a report given last week by Hocking College Vice President of Administrative Services Myriah Davis to the board of trustees.

A judge has issued a stay allowing Toledo's last abortion clinic to remain open while it appeals an order from the Ohio Department of Health to shut down.

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will campaign in West Virginia for U.S. Senate and House hopefuls.

On Aug. 19, the former Massachusetts governor will attend a Charleston fundraiser and Beckley rally for Shelley Moore Capito, Alex Mooney and Evan Jenkins.

Transportation officials are spending $1.5 million to scrape the rock face of a cliff along a state highway in Muskingum County to keep rocks from falling onto the roadway.

The alleged supplier of the drug ring in Glouster will have to pay $12 million to get out of jail on bond - four times the amount of profit prosecutors say he made from selling oxycodon in Athens County.