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The Tri-Valley defense was in a familiar place; backed up against their own goal line in the first overtime. The Bellefontaine Chieftains had forced the Scotties into this predicament three times during regulation and scored all three times with two touchdowns and a chip-shot field goal. This time, Bellefontaine was set up with first and… Read More
The House and Senate bills are structurally similar, but they diverge on some major policies that could be hard to reconcile before the end of the year.
Former Cleveland Cavaliers broadcaster Joe Tait used to say “It’s basketball time at the Q.” For Ohio Bobcat fans, it’s basketball time at the Convo. The Ohio Men’s Basketball teams tips off their season, for real, on Saturday against the Alabama A&M Bulldogs. For Ohio it was an offseason full of change. Three players, Antonio… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. John Kasich says allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor make Roy Moore unfit to serve and he should leave the race for Senate in Alabama. In a tweet Friday, the outspoken fellow Republican said he has “long opposed Roy Moore & his divisive viewpoints” and “the GOP must not support… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio — The Ohio University Police Department is searching for three suspects who allegedly assaulted a woman late Thursday night. The victim reported being approached by three males at around 11:50 p.m. while she was walking in a parking lot across Stewart Street from Jefferson and Washington Halls, according to a press release from OUPD…. Read More
FLATWOODS, Ky. (AP) — Officials say a police chase in eastern Kentucky ended with two people being fatally shot. Kentucky State Police Trooper Michael Murriell told news outlets that several law enforcement agencies were chasing the vehicle Thursday night in Greenup County. Murriell says the chase ended at an intersection in Flatwoods and shots were… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s former Republican House speaker has been hospitalized days after resigning his leadership position amid sexual harassment allegations. A statement from a family member Friday morning said Jeff Hoover had a heart-related issue and asked for privacy. Hoover, 57, acknowledged on Sunday that he was one of four lawmakers who settled a sexual… Read More
In Ohio, more than 100 people got sick in 2013 and 2014 when municipal drinking water was contaminated with toxins from algae blooms in Lake Erie. The CDC says these are the first known instances.
In a speech that sounded at times like an airing of economic grievances, the president told APEC member nations that the U.S. will no longer tolerate unfair trade practices.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Thursday rejected a request for mercy from a condemned inmate who argues he had such a bad childhood and is in such poor health he should be spared from execution next month. The Republican governor’s decision came in the case of Alva Campbell, set to die… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State University has accused 83 undergraduate students of cheating on classwork using a group messaging app. The school says the students violated the code of conduct for “unauthorized collaboration on graded assignments.” A university spokesman says the use of group messaging apps is permitted, but is subject to the same… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — State leaders and criminal justice experts are launching a new effort to reduce Ohio’s prison population through an examination of crime, courts, probation and incarceration. A yearlong study will analyze thousands of records to examine how sentences handed down for serious crimes affect prison populations and life after prison. The Ohio… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio state lawmaker began the process Thursday of trying to remove Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O’Neill from the bench following O’Neill’s decision to run for governor. State Rep. Niraj Antani, a Miamisburg Republican, said he filed initial paperwork aimed at O’Neill’s removal. Antani said O’Neill has committed a “clear… Read More