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Man convicted of rape wants to play football in collegeNELSONVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A former Steubenville High School football player found delinquent in the 2012 rape of a 16-year-old girl wants to play at the community college level.
Online Campaign Underway To Close Problematic Chillicothe MotelAn effort has popped up on Facebook to get the Chillicothe Inn shut down because some think it is associated with drugs and prostitution.
Boy, 12, dies after fireworks accident in NashvilleA 12-year-old boy in Nashville has died after an apparent accident involving fireworks.
Supreme Court rules against EPA on mercury power plant emissionsThe Supreme Court has ruled against federal regulators' attempt to limit power plant emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants.
Woman Gunned Down In East Columbus Parking LotPolice are searching for answers after a woman was gunned down outside an east Columbus parking lot.
Veterans Plan To Wed Following Supreme Court RulingA pair of military veterans say last week's the Supreme Court ruling allows them to live their lives together - openly and freely - like everyone else.
Homeland Security Wants Locals To Be On Alert During Fourth of JulyIn Columbus, Red, White and Boom may be one of the most heavily guarded by law enforcement because of the threat of terrorism.
Tornado Watch Issued For Southern Ohio Until 9PMThunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail will be possible later this afternoon and evening.
Chillicothe City Officials Rally In Search For Missing Women
Multiple members of the Chillicothe community gathered on the steps of the Ross County Courthouse asking the community to stay involved and helping with the investigation of two missing women and the city’s drug problem.
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- 'Leap Second' To Be Added To The Clock Tuesday
- Canal Winchester Tapped For BrewDog's U.S. Production Facility
- Akron Man Convicted In Sledgehammer Slayings Sentenced To Death
- Two International Tech Companies Expanding In Central Ohio, Bringing Nearly 200 Jobs
- Monday's Most Wanted Fugitive Arrested
- Justices Uphold Use Of Drug Implicated In Botched Executions
- LeBron James Becomes Free Agent
- Best Pizza In The Country Named
- Person Hurt In Drive-By Shooting
- Andong Song Becomes First Chinese Player Taken In NHL Draft
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- Cleveland Cavaliers Picks For NBA Draft 2015
- Russell Selected 2nd Overall by Los Angeles Lakers in 2015 NBA Draft
Graham Rahal held onto the lead out of a caution with three laps left to earn his second IndyCar win, closing out a wild, record-setting day at Auto Club Speedway on Saturday. Get the story.
- Obama speaks to Cameron, Tunisian leader in attack aftermath
- Judge tosses feds' terrorism allegation against Florida imam
- AP Source: AC/DC finally heading to Spotify
- Survey: Confederate flag push reaches key milestone in SC
LOS ANGELES (AP) — His publicist says comedian Jack Carter died of respiratory failure over the weekend at his Beverly Hills home.
- Robert Redford urges global action on climate change
- Lady Gaga, European official slam Turkish gay pride violence
- Joni Mitchell rep says she had aneurysm, but recovering well
- Chris Squire, bassist of progressive rock band Yes, dies
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Author Tess Gerritsen has dropped her lawsuit against Warner Bros. over similarities between the 2013 film "Gravity" and her 1999 book, she wrote in a statement Monday, citing brutal emotional and financial costs.
- Online Campaign Underway To Close Problematic Chillicothe Motel
- Chillicothe City Officials Rally In Search For Missing Women
- Ohio senator eyes redistricting changes after court ruling
- Man convicted of rape wants to play football in college
State forms for births, deaths and adoptions must be changed to comply with the U.S. Supreme Court’s same-sex ruling last week, but one document that won’t automatically change is the Ohio Constitution. The 2004 amendment that restricted marriage in Ohio to one man and one woman will remain in the state’s foundational document unless it is removed by another amendment, said Dan Tierney, spokesman for Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
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