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Federal health officials say they've confirmed more than 500 cases of people who became sick with an intestinal illness after eating McDonald's salads. 

Columbus police have released the identities of a woman fatally shot inside an unmarked police vehicle and the officer who killed her.

President Trump didn't mention U.S. Senator John McCain of Arizona during his speech at the Ohio Republican Party's annual state dinner in Columbus on Friday night,  hours after the family of the ailing Republican said he had chosen to discontinue medical treatment for brain cancer. 

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A two-term Ohio senator who was backed by both President Trump and Governor John Kasich, a Trump critic, has won a congressional special election, retaining a coveted open House seat for Republicans.

A federal jury has awarded 3.35 million dollars to a former Circleville firefighter in her sexual harassment lawsuit.

A Madison township man whose 3-year-old son was shot and killed with an unsecured gun has pleaded guilty to an involuntary manslaughter charge. 

Columbus police say an officer working undercover was stabbed and wounded and an armed female suspect was shot and killed by officers Thursday. 

Sales of existing homes fell in July on the local and national levels, but increased on the state level. 

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During an appearance in Cleveland yesterday, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined three recent enforcement actions taken in response to the nation's opioid crisis.  

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Ohio State University has suspended head football coach Urban Meyer for the first three games of the season.  

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Ohio Governor John Kasich is skipping a Republican Party fundraiser in Columbus Friday, where President Trump is the headliner.

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Ohio Attorney General and GOP gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine is suing the founder and leaders of the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, aiming to recoup millions of dollars in public funding that flowed to the now-defunct online school.

A federal magistrate is allowing attorneys to question the father of the publisher of a Worthington-based neo-Nazi website and an accountant in connection with a lawsuit against the publisher. 

Delaware fire officials say five workers were injured last night in a foundry explosion.

The Columbus Downtown Development Corporation says the National Veterans Memorial and Museum will open on October 27.

Ohio State University trustees have scheduled a private meeting Wednesday to talk about the future of football coach Urban Meyer.

Former Cleveland Indians manager and coach Doc Edwards has died at the age of 81 at his home in Texas.

A recent ruling in federal bankruptcy court could mean higher rates for millions of Ohio electricity customers. 

The U.S. Department of Education's civil rights office will investigate Ohio State University's response to allegations a late team doctor sexually abused scores of athletes and other male students in the 1980s and 1990s. 


Chipotle says it will retrain all restaurant employees on food safety procedures starting next week after the Centers for Disease Control said stool samples taken from customers of a Powell eatery were positive for clostridium perfringens, a disease that occurs when food is left at unsafe temperatures.

The Ohio Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal by the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow arguing the Ohio Board of Education violated open meetings laws when deciding to order the school repay 60 million dollars in state funding in a dispute over how student participation was tallied. 

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A state auditor's report on Ohio's Medicaid prescription drug business says there needs to be more transparency on what taxpayers are getting for their money.

President Trump will headline the Ohio Republican Party's state dinner in Columbus on August 24.

A Tennessee judge has delayed sentencing for former Pilot Flying J president Mark Hazelwood for his conviction in a scheme to defraud trucking companies out of promised fuel rebates.

Ohio Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine says the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation is setting aside a portion of its safety grant funding to help local police agencies purchase bulletproof vests. 

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The Ohio Department of Medicaid is ending the state's contracts with the pharmacy benefit managers that bill taxpayers more than they reimburse pharmacists for filling prescriptions. 


The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected a petition to place a proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot capping the costs of kidney dialysis. 

Springfield fire officials say two bodies were found in the rubble of a burned out home early Sunday.

The Columbus Symphony and its musicians have reached a deal on a new three-year contract that takes effect next month. 

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The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio says a 13th area code will be added to western and southern portions of the state.