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Bill Kelley has spent more than four decades trying to get people to remember the name Jerrie Mock.
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I am running for governor because Ohio's middle class should be getting ahead, not just getting by.
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Certain strains of human papillomavirus are known to cause about five percent of all cancer cases, yet all the mechanisms aren't completely understood.
Punxsutawney Area Hospital has welcomed a new face as its general surgeon to its Medical Arts Building in Suite 104 at 83 Hillcrest Drive - well, a sort-of new face.
Michael Vieth, a senior at The Ohio State University, holds up a cellphone image of himself with the mumps.
Unvaccinated kids could spend 25 days at home if someone at their school develops mumps -- a contagious disease making the rounds in Columbus, Ohio.
Ashland University's Commencement will be held on May 10 at 10 a.m. at Miller Stadium, located in the Dwight Schar Athletic Complex off Broad Street.
As CBS 2's Elise Finch reported, researchers at Ohio State University have found that people with low blood sugar are more likely to lash out at their partners.
The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is 187 days away. Preparation starts now.
Tiffin police say Shiloh Robinson left behind a note saying he might walk to the Toledo area.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has gone up early with the first television ad of his 2014 re-election campaign.
The number of cases of mumps in central Ohio in a rare outbreak has jumped to 212, from 116 early this month, mostly affecting students and others connected to The Ohio State University, public health officials said on Monday.
Scientists found that the molecule, called microRNA 135b, is a vital 'worker' employed by several important cancer genes to drive the growth of bowel cancers.
President Obama will deliver this year's commencement address at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on May 28, the White House announced Monday.
The exhaustive searches are over: The University of Michigan has picked two outsiders to serve as deans of its College of Literature, Science and the Arts and College of Pharmacy.
It may be that domestic arguments are an unavoidable part of matrimony. For some couples, however, the answer lies not with a marriage counselor, but with a visit to the kitchen.