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ATHENS — An Athens man already charged with the alleged kidnap of three children and the alleged rape of a woman is now charged with trying to intimidate her from his jail cell. Neil M. Perin, 34, was indicted Monday in a superseding indictment — an indictment adding charges to a previously existing case —… Read More
When you go to the doctor in pain, you’ll probably be asked to rate your discomfort on a scale of 0 to 10. But doctors say there may be a better way to assess pain.
A warming climate is knocking nature’s rhythms out of sync. High in the Rocky Mountains, scientists have been tracking the impact for decades.
The FBI has declassified a seldom-seen application for surveillance on someone it suspected of being a Russian agent working for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – President Donald Trump has endorsed state Sen. Troy Balderson for the 12th Congressional District, saying the Zanesville Republican “loves our Military, Vets & 2nd Amendment.” In tweets Saturday night, President Trump calls Balderson’s opponent, Democratic Franklin County Recorder Danny O’Connor, “a Nancy Pelosi Liberal who is WEAK on Crime & Borders.”… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s State Highway Patrol and state police in five other states are focusing on enforcement of the Move Over law. The law requires drivers approaching any vehicles with flashing or rotating lights that are parked on the roadside to move over to an adjacent lane. Motorists should slow down and proceed… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s delays in selecting processors and giving cultivators the green light to grow plants appear to have pushed the availability of medical marijuana further past the Legislature’s Sept. 8 deadline. A meeting between the Medical Marijuana Council and an advisory board Thursday provided no answer about when the state’s program will… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State officials are working to reassure visitors the 2018 Ohio State Fair will be safe after a catastrophic ride failure left an 18-year-old dead and seven others injured last year. Yet the Columbus Dispatch reports little has changed since last year. Amusements of America is still the ride vendor and Ohio… Read More