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Funeral planned for 5 siblings killed in fire

TIFFIN (AP) — A funeral is scheduled for five young children killed along with their mother’s boyfriend in a weekend mobile home fire in northern Ohio. Visitation is planned this…

Trailer fire kills 6 while mom at work

TIFFIN (AP) — A fire that ripped through a mobile home killed a man and five children ages 6 and younger just a few hours after the children’s mother left…

Police identify woman found dead on Ohio road

COLUMBUS (AP) — Authorities have identified the body that repeatedly was run over on a major highway in Ohio’s capital city. Columbus Police on Thursday said the remains are those…

New charges filed in Ohio kidnap case

COLUMBUS (AP) — Month after month, year after year, the decade-long ordeal of three Cleveland women takes shape in the charges against the man accused of imprisoning them: August 2002,…

Funding limits veterans honor flights from NW Ohio

CINCINNATI (AP) — A program that takes military veterans to Washington to view war memorials is limiting new applications for some veterans from Ohio and neighboring states due to decreased…

Kasich signs $62B, 2-year Ohio budget

COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed the state’s $62 billion state spending plan into law Sunday after vetoing an attempt by legislators to block his administration from expanding…

Police chief says public might never know why Ohio boy killed

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio authorities are investigating multiple possibilities for why a 12-year-old boy fatally shot his 9-year-old half brother and then turned the gun on himself, a coroner said…

Ohio lawmakers near vote on $62B state budget

COLUMBUS (AP) — After months of wrangling, state lawmakers are preparing to grant final approval to the massive policy document that lays out Ohio’s spending priorities for the next two…

Storms bring damaging winds, outages to Ohio

COLUMBUS (AP) — Storms with swift, straight-line winds soaked parts of Ohio, damaging trees and barns and leaving about 45,000 customers without power early this morning as commuters dodged fallen…

Archdiocese to file appeal after jury finds discrimination against teacher

CINCINNATI (AP) — A jury found an Ohio archdiocese discriminated against a teacher fired after becoming pregnant via artificial insemination, leaving legal experts expecting an appeal they say could have…