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Jessa Duggar finally turns back on brother JoshAfter standing by her brother Josh throughout his sexual molestation scandal, Jessa (Duggar) Seewald is finally taking a stand.
Two People Dead In Delaware County ShootingPolice received a call just after 7 p.m. Wednesday about the incident on Falling Meadows Drive in Galena.
Stolen Equipment From Johnstown Archery Club Could Hold Up Annual TournamentOwner Christopher Worthen said thieves stole a trailer parked in front of the business in the 1100 block of U.S. 62.
Two Weapons Found At Sherwood Middle School In Separate IncidentsA lockdown has been lifted at Sherwood Middle School after two weapons were found on school grounds Wednesday morning.
Columbus City Officials Working To Remove Smell From Water On West SideThe city’s division of water said there’s no need to worry and the issue is caused by algae.
Sony, back in the crosshairs, defends 'Concussion'The film dramatizes the forensic pathologist, Dr. Bennet Omalu, who uncovered the fatal effects that repeated head trauma has had on many NFL players.
Forecast: Showers End Tonight, Warm & Humid Again TomorrowMost of the storms will end around sunset and skies will turn partly cloudy.
Ohio Reviewing Massillon's Use Of Tiger Cub MascotThe exemption was meant to let Massillon Washington High School and its boosters locally possess a tiger under certain restrictions.
Columbus Postal Worker Accused Of Hoarding More Than 13,000 Pieces Of Mail
A postal worker accused of stashing mail in his home and vehicle is now facing jail time.
- Husted, ResponsibleOhio Spar Over "Monopoly" Label
- Third Gun Discovered At A Columbus School In One Day
- Franklin Co. Employees Disciplined After Accidental Release Of Prisoner
- Obama Gets Iran Deal Win As Senate Dems Amass Enough Votes
- FDA Issues Warning Letters To Powdered Caffeine Distributors
- Vine Star Does Splits Around NYC
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- Kermit The Frog Squashes New Girlfriend Rumors
- Bear May Be Put Down After Close Encounter With Hiker
- Crash Leaves Trail Of Debris In East Columbus
- David Letterman Emerges With Beard At IndyCar Event
- Browns' Manziel Says Sore Elbow Improving, No Surgery Needed
- Mocked sketch artist gets nod of approval from Tom Brady
- Virginia Tech To Honor WDBJ Shooting Victims With Helmet Sticker For Season Opener
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The exemption was meant to let Massillon Washington High School and its boosters locally possess a tiger under certain restrictions.
- Obama's fish tale: salmon spawning on his shoes
- Indonesia extradites ex-police officer sought in US murder
- Texas clinics file Supreme Court appeal of abortion law
- Partial list of people compensated for wrongful conviction
WASHINGTON (AP) — The International Monetary Fund says China's slowdown, volatile financial markets and tumbling raw-materials prices have raised the risks to economic growth around the world.
- Rapper Kevin Gates accused of kicking woman during show
- Nicky Jam leads nominees for new Latin American Music Awards
- VENICE WATCH: Festival pays tribute to horror-meister Craven
- Column: Has NFL's PR machine finally met its match?
NEW YORK (AP) — The director of Taylor Swift's new music video is defending the singer after some claimed she whitewashed her video based in Africa.
- Wording aside, state has no intent to privatize lottery
- Number of abortions in Ohio hit 38-year low
- Bob Evans considers improvements, guest loyalty program
- Police: Man fired multiple shots at Cleveland officers
WASHINGTON – More than a century after he was assassinated by a gun man in Buffalo, Republican President William McKinley has become entangled in a modern day partisan battle that divides Republicans and Democrats. Just four days after the Obama administration changed the name of Mount McKinley in Alaska back to its original Native American name of Denali, members of the Ohio congressional delegation fired off a brusque letter to the White House declaring McKinley’s “legacy has been tarnished by a political stunt to promote a partisan agenda.”
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