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Lucas County Sheriff's Office

The Toledo woman who pleaded guilty to plotting and buying supplies for a foiled terror attack on a bar has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. 

Lucas County Sheriff's Office

A Toledo woman has pleaded guilty to plotting and buying supplies for a foiled terror attack on a bar. 

Lucas County Sheriff's Office

A Toledo man accused of plotting with his girlfriend to obtain guns and explosives for a foiled domestic terror attack has pleaded guilty in federal court. 

A group of civil rights and faith leaders are demanding a meeting with FBI Director Christopher Wray in the wake of the New Zealand terror attacks that killed at least 50 people as they prayed in mosques. The killer was a white nationalist who named President Trump as an inspiration in his online racist screed.

The groups want the FBI to address "the threat to public safety" and to their communities "by white nationalist violence."

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Federal authorities say they've charged two people in Ohio involved in planning separate attacks, including one who wanted to carry out a shooting at a synagogue.   

A Halloween venue in Pataskala that held a "Swastika Saturday" the day a gunman opened fire at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh said "we screwed up big time." 

A leading organization representing Jewish Americans says the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh area synagogue over the weekend has prompted synagogues to step up safety. 

Hundreds of people attended a prayer vigil at the Jewish Community Center of Columbus Sunday night to mourn the 11 victims of a gunman at a Pittsburgh synagogue.  

A Pataskala haunted house drew protestors and condemnation Saturday, for an event that seemed particularly offensive after the morning’s shooting at a Pennsylvania synagogue. 

Statehouse News Bureau

Ohio Governor John Kasich has ordered flags lowered to half-staff following a gunman's attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday that killed 11 people. 

Updated at 12:14 a.m. ET on Sunday

Federal prosecutors have charged Robert Bowers, the 46-year-old suspected gunman who carried out a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday morning, with 29 counts in the deaths of 11 people, The Associated Press reports.

"Please know that justice in this case will be swift and it will be severe," Scott Brady, the chief federal prosecutor in western Pennsylvania, said at a news conference, according to the AP, describing the massacre as a "terrible and unspeakable act of hate."