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Two teenage brothers who had been reported missing were found dead after authorities were directed to their bodies by a third teen, who pleaded not guilty to a grand theft auto charge and was jailed, officials said. Comment?
Ohio voters could decide whether to legalize marijuana and tax it like alcohol under the latest attempt in the state to ease access to the drug. Comment?
Three volunteers from the Ottawa County CASA program traveled with Executive Director Connie Cornett to Columbus on April 30 to join with other CASA programs in the state to celebrate CASA day. Comment?
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction officials say a new bill to increase sentences for repeat violent offenders with guns would cost $880.4 million over 20 years and force the department to open a new 750-cell prison. 2 comments
Proposed legislation would double penalties for using a gun during a felony offense in Ohio, targeting the less than 1 percent of Ohioans with repeat violent felony convictions who are committing 57 percent of the state's violent crime. Comment?
What an amazing day it was at Immaculate Conception School on April 24. Young minds got a jolt of energy when the Center of Science and Industry brought its traveling science program Investigating Energy to the school for a day of learning. Comment?
The Ohio Department of Health will no longer test mosquitoes for West Nile virus, though some local governments plan to continue evaluating samples to guide efforts to contain the virus and the mosquito population. Comment?
Peace Among Nations: The Lasting Legacy of the War of 1812 Art Exhibition will be held from June 3 through Sept. Comment?
Oak Harbor's military history is a deep part of the community. The Oak Harbor Armory, built in 1914, was home to the Company M, 6th Ohio National Guard Unit. Comment?
COLUMBUS -- Ohio's top oil and gas regulator went to Washington on Wednesday to advocate continued state oversight of fracking and the disposal of wastewater from drilling. Comment?
Emergency room doctors at a suburban Toledo hospital knew certain patients would cruise through the ER with faked or exaggerated symptoms to score prescription pain relievers, but they had no idea to what extent "doctor-shopping" was taking place. Comment?
COLUMBUS -- Ohio State University says a main student activity center on campus was evacuated as police investigated a report of an unattended backpack outside the facility. Comment?
The Ohio House has slipped a provision into the state budget exempting charitable fraternal organizations at least a century old from property taxes. Comment?
Justice Judi French of the Supreme Court of Ohio was the featured speaker at the recent joint meeting of the Oak Harbor Lions and Rotary clubs. Comment?
As the calendar turns to April and warmer temperatures seem certain to arrive soon, many families are ready to hit the road for some springtime adventures. Comment?
Natural gas prices are back up around that magic mark of $4 per unit thanks to a winter that keeps hanging on, but experts say that if producers want to find enough buyers for all the recently mapped shale gas reserves, including Ohio's Utica Shale, then they need to diversify the end uses of natural gas. Comment?
Boniface School, 215 Church St., will host all-you-can-eat fish fries from 4 to 7 p.m. every Friday through March 22. Comment?
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio senators are speeding forward on a measure that would increase Ohio's speed limit to 70 mph. 34 comments
The couple is planning a wedding in Puerto Rico for October 2013. Comment?
The speed limits on many Ohio highways could increase to 70 mph if changes senators made to the state transportation budget are approved. Comment?