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Thirty additional former ex-athletes are suing Ohio State over allegations they were sexual assaulted by a university doctor during exams decades ago. 

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The new 167 room Hilton Hotel is set to open next week in downtown Columbus.  

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Don Mossi, a left-handed pitcher who won 101 games in over a decade and was an All-Star for the Cleveland Indians in 1957, has died. 

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Columbus-based retailer L Brands has hired outside counsel to review finacier Jeffrey Epstein's role with the company.

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Mike DeWine’s first tour of the Ohio State Fairgrounds as governor Wednesday was mostly a festive affair.

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Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther has announced the findings from a study conducted by Mason Tillman Associates to determine whether minority and women-owned businesses experience equal access to city contracts. 

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Sales of exisiting homes declined last month in Ohio and around the county. 

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A new development plan for Cooper Stadium is in the works. 

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Lima police are investigating the shooting death of a state prison guard.  

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A Groveport man has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in the 2018 fatal shooting of his wife. 

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This year's Ohio State Fair butter sculpture display honors the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a full-size likeness of astronaut and Ohio native Neil Armstrong.  

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Court documents show Mercy Health-Fairfield Hospital in Cincinnati paid the estate of astronaut Neil Armstrong 6 million dollars to settle allegations that complications from cardiac bypass surgery led to his 2012 death. 

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One of Governor Mike DeWine's 25 state budget vetoes killed a property tax reduction for certain homeowners in one wealthy school district, but not for others. 

Hispanic residents in Columbus and cities around the country held a protest yesterday over the federal government's roundup of undocumented immigrants.  

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A roughly $1 billion financial rescue for Ohio's two nuclear power plants is on the way after lawmakers and the governor signed off on a plan Tuesday that will add a new fee to every electricity bill in the state.   

Online retailer Amazon says it will open new distribution centers in Akron and Rossford, near Toledo. 

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A conservative group known for its use of doctored undercover sting videos has sued the Ohio Elections Commission, alleging it enforced an unconstitutional state law banning the use of such videos in campaigns. 

The Franklin County Board of Elections says the group seeking to place a repeal of Columbus'  ticket tax on the ballot failed to collect enough valid petition signatures to put the issue before voters this fall.

Columbus City Council last night approved legislation reducing the penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana. 

Gun safety advocates are one step closer to expanding background checks for gun sales, closing the so-called “Gun Show Loophole.”

Authorities have announced four guilty pleas by members and associates of the MS-13 gang in central Ohio, including the lead defendant. 

For the second time, a Columbus church is giving sanctuary to an immigrant family. 

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A Statehouse lobbyist is leading a new coalition representing Ohio's burgeoning hemp industry. 

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A Native American author whose work highlighted his culture and its traditions is this year's winner of the Richard C. Holbrooke Distinguished Achievement Award, a lifetime achievement award celebrating literature's power to foster peace and understanding. 

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Ohio’s unemployment rate was down slightly in June.

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Nearly half of the 25 vetoes that Governor Mike DeWine issued when he signed the two-year state budget deal with health care and Medicaid, which is the state’s largest program.

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It looks like Ohioans might get to vote on a proposed law that would expand background checks for firearm sales after all.

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Akron police are investigating the murder of the brother of former Ohio State running back Chris Wells. 

Columbus-based Mount Carmel Health System has named an interim CEO. 

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