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Scams can target anyone — even local school districts — as has become evident over the past week.

On Friday, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office set out an advisory warning schools in the state of phony invoices for books and materials that the districts had not purchased.

The federal government is awarding more than $2.6 million in grants to organizations that will help enroll Ohioans in the federal health insurance marketplace.
Ohio officials are seeking speedy work from a federal appeals court as they try to reverse a judge's order that affects the state's early voting schedule this fall.

Power was restored to The Plains around 12:45 a.m. Tuesday morning.

According to AEP Ohio, more than 2,000 people were without power after an outage Monday night.

The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention will be testing samples from at least one Ohio children's hospital for an uncommon virus officials believe could be causing severe respiratory illnesses in children across the midwest.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio is pushing for a hearing and summary ruling in a lawsuit over abortion-related provisions contained in Ohio's two-year budget.

A federal judge says the Ohio Legislature can join the state in appealing his ruling on early voting changes in the swing state.

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is planning administrative fixes instead of a special session to adjust a law regulating aboveground storage tanks.

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Hundreds are being sent to the ICU after being infected with a new virus.

A bankruptcy judge is concerned that a chemical company may abandon the site of a massive January spill without cleaning it up.

Judge Ronald Pearson expressed the concern in an order filed Friday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Charleston.