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11 hrs ago | Xenia Daily Gazette
Two highly respected education policy experts testified in the Ohio House of Representatives Aug. 20 on the importance of maintaining the Common Core State Standards.
19 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
A death row inmate who died following a problematic execution succumbed to the lethal drugs he was administered, not a heart attack, after Oklahoma's prisons chief halted efforts to kill him, an autopsy report released Thursday says.
19 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Obama REFUSES to call 1,000 Russian troops and tanks in Ukraine an 'invasion' and sticks to sanctions but McCain says he's living in 'Putin's Orwellian universe' Oklahoma put executions on hold after Lockett gasped and writhed against his restraints for several minutes after his April execution began Sedative midazolam was used in Lockett's ... (more)
23 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor acknowledged "the elephant in the room" - judicial pay - when she spoke to hundreds of the state's judges this morning.
FOP: Judges need sentence flexibility for drug dealers Putting dealers in prison is difficult because they know the laws, group says Check out this story on portclintonnewsherald.com: http://ohne.ws/1tLkriw Marion Police Department Maj.
Mahogany's owner Liz Rogers faced eviction from her restaurant's space at the Banks if she didn't pay back rent or move out on Monday.
Gov. John Kasich visited Fayette County Tuesday on one of his latest campaign stops, touting his administration's economic accomplishments in Ohio and stressing the importance of agriculture to the state's future.
Of the estimated 26,600 people in Huron County's workforce, 2,300 were out of work in July, according to statistics released recently by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services .
Poverty advocates on Monday called on Gov. John Kasich to reinstate the statewide waiver of work requirements to receive food stamp benefits.
The Takeaway is a national morning news program that invites listeners to be part of the American conversation.
Since charter schools began in Ohio in 1998, they have continued to increase in number, taking an ever-growing amount of funding away from Ohio's real community schools - public school districts.
While trouble abroad has typically led to greater pain at the pump, Americans have experienced relatively stable gas prices over the past few months despite foreign crises.
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Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:40 pm
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