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Federal prosecutors say a seventh person has been charged with participating in a scheme to smuggle teenagers into the U.S. and force them to work at Ohio egg farms.

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A disgruntled postal worker accused of fatally shooting his supervisor at a United States Post Office in Dublin, and then killing a postmaster outside her apartment, is scheduled to be arraigned on charges including aggravated murder.

Authorities say police have fatally shot a southwestern Ohio man who refused to drop what was later determined to be a pellet gun.

The Dayton Daily News reports 33-year-old Robert Edwards was shot early Wednesday in Miami Township in Montgomery County.

Capt. John Magill says township police were called to the Oakwood Village mobile home park around 12:15 a.m. after reports of a man was making suicidal threats while chatting on social media.

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Ohio’s Attorney General Mike DeWine has no plans to join any lawsuits challenging the rollback of "net neutrality" internet protections.

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Columbus Police are searching for a 50-year-old man accused of shooting two of his adult children on the city’s northeast side on Sunday.

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An attorney representing newspapers that sued for unredacted autopsy reports of a southern Ohio massacre is criticizing a court ruling shielding those reports.

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Gov. John Kasich led an effort by governors of both parties urging Congress to reauthorize funding for the popular Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP.


The Columbus Symphony Orchestra in Ohio has received an $8 million donation, the largest in the group's history.

The Cleveland Browns have fired top executive Sashi Brown, the man responsible for choosing their players in recent years, but are keeping coach Hue Jackson for another season despite a 1-27 record.

Former consumer watchdog Richard Cordray says he will focus his campaign for governor on improving the lives of Ohio's families.