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Whether it is a drilling rig alongside Interstate 70, the large Oil & Gas Safety Supply store on National Road or the convoy of sand trucks on many secondary roads, those driving through Belmont County are sure to notice an impact from the Utica Shale boom.
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Light snow was forecast Saturday across the northern part of the state, but skies are sunny and temperatures are climbing past 50 in much of Ohio.
Two Libertarian candidates for statewide office in Ohio have been tossed from the May primary ballot by the state elections chief.
A young man whose family left the violent turmoil of Iraq has become a campus leader at a southwest Ohio college with a fast-growing international student population.
Ohio plans to give students new exams to measure achievement starting as soon as next year, and thousands of children will be testing those tests this spring.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 175,000 in February, and the unemployment rate was little changed at 6.7 percent.
Four Central European nations are urging the United States to boost natural gas exports to Europe as a hedge against the possibility that Russia could cut off its supply of gas to Ukraine.
State officials are extending a deadline for a heating assistance program that's available to those threatened with disconnection or whose service has been disconnected.
An Ohio man pleaded not guilty Friday to raping and killing a pizza delivery driver and dumping her body at a state park.
CINCINNATI Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine fell ill during a speaking engagement Friday in Cincinnati and was taken to a hospital to be evaluated, his office said.
This undated photo released by the Ashland County Sheriff's Office shows Jessica L. Hunt.
Two people in Ohio have been found guilty of enslaving a mentally disabled woman for two years with her young child.
A southwest Ohio lawmaker charged with fraud and theft for allegedly misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain won't go on trial next month.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the state's child enticement law, concluding it has the admirable goal of preventing child abductions and lewd acts but can't be used to stop legal activity, such as hiring a child to do chores without a parent's permission.
In this Feb. 12, 2014 file photo, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., walks towards waiting reporters in front of federal court in Washington.
Authorities in Cleveland say they have arrested two people accused of selling a lethal blend of heroin believed to have caused at least one fatal overdose and other suspected overdoses this week.