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Ohio Governor John Kasich Makes It Into Cleveland Debate

Gov. John Kasich made the cut and will be one of the candidates on the stage Thursday in Cleveland for the GOP debate.
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There’s a new bill that would drug test Ohioans receiving some state benefits. Previous similar bills have been shot down in past general assemblies, but the sponsors say this legislation is different.

How Would Carbon Reduction Plan Affect Ohio?

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The White House has come out with a sweeping strategy to limit climate change. The so-called Clean Power Plan requires every state to play a role in cutting carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants. So how would the plan affect Ohio?

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Officials say they have recovered the body of an Australian woman who was hit by a boat and killed while water-skiing in Alum Creek Lake last weekend.

Tiny Ohio Village Considers Dissolving Local Government

Aug 4, 2015
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Voters in 12 Ohio counties weigh in on local issues during a special election today. In the Stark County village of Limaville, voters will decide whether to dissolve their local government.

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Hundreds of local governments and other public entities are seeking a share of Ohio's $11.5 million settlement with two rock salt producers that were accused of conspiring to drive up prices.

Kasich, Other GOP Candidates Get Ready For Cleveland Debate

Aug 3, 2015
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The final cast for the Republicans’ first presidential debate of this election cycle should be known tomorrow, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich is among those expected to be in Cleveland on debate night.

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Gas prices around Ohio are tumbling further toward the $2 mark. 

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If all goes according to plan, the city of Upper Arlington will hand over 9-1-1 dispatching services to the city of Columbus in early 2017.  Officials in Upper Arlington have said the move would save their city as much as $600,000 annually.  But there’s opposition to the plan by some UA residents.

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An unofficial marching band song that made fun of Holocaust victims is the type of thing Ohio State University has pledged to eradicate from the band program, the university said Thursday.

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Columbus Police say a pizza delivery driver died after being robbed and shot while taking an order to what turned out to be a vacant home on South Hamilton Road.

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