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Ohio State's National Championship Memorialized In Butter

The Ohio State Fair has announced the theme of this year's butter sculpture display, and a life-sized sculpture of Urban Meyer is sure to get the attention of Buckeye fans.
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Debbie Holmes

Heartland Bank plans to renovate the original Port Columbus Terminal on East Fifth Avenue and move its headquarters to the site.  Officials revealed their plans yesterday that will include the hangar and cost about $6 million.

Tom Borgerding / WOSU News

On busy Ohio highways, passenger cars far outnumber semi-trucks. But, roadside rest areas are often overflowing, jammed, with tractor trailer rigs. Competition for trucker parking spots at Ohio rest stops is growing. 

The state is once again recommending that people and pets avoid swimming and wading in Ohio's largest inland lake, Grand Lake St. Marys, as levels of an algae-produced toxin rise.

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A former northern Ohio lawmaker who was convicted of theft and consequently removed from office immediately says he's disappointed in the verdict and will consider his legal options.

Buckeye Lake
Ohio EPA

More than a dozen businesses near central Ohio's Buckeye Lake say they've lost significant revenue with the water kept low as plans are made to replace a deteriorated dam.

Co.lumbus Fire Department

A Columbus Firefighter died in an auto accident Monday night in rural Union County.

Kroger Recalls Some Spices For Possible Contamination

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Kroger says it's recalling four spices because of possible contamination with salmonella.

Ross County Sheriff's Office

A suspect has pleaded not guilty in the shooting death of a woman whose slaying is one of several deaths and disappearances troubling residents of Chillicothe.

Quicken Loans Arena exterior in Cleveland
Quicken Loans Arena

Ohio Republicans say a free ticket offer for next week’s presidential candidate debate in Cleveland is being rescinded because of an overwhelming response. 

Ohio's Infant Mortality Rate Sees Slight Drop, Tops Nation's

Jul 27, 2015
Flickr: Wellwin Kwok

Ohio's infant mortality rate declined slightly in 2013, though it continues to far exceed the national average, according to state health data released Monday.


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