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Dog undergoes surgery after eating calf-high boots

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Doctors say a dog is recovering after surgery to remove a pair of calf-high leather boots the animal had eaten.

One Woman Killed In Circleville Shooting

Circleville Police are investigating a Sunday afternoon shooting that left one woman dead. Get the story.

Report: Illinois paid over $1.8M for medical pot program

CHICAGO (AP) — A published report says Illinois' delayed medical marijuana program has already cost the state more than $1.8 million in startup costs.

Rain Expected To Change To Snow After Midnight Across Central Ohio

Meteorologist Eric Elwell says you could run into some icy patches in the morning as temperatures begin to drop. Get the forecast.

Toledo mayor in car crash after suffering coronary episode

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — The mayor of Toledo is hospitalized after suffering an apparent coronary episode that led to a car crash in that northwest Ohio city.

At Capitol, plans abound for addressing rural health care

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota lawmakers want to address a looming shortage of health care professionals.

U.Va. issues alert to students after mumps case confirmed

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The University of Virginia says a case of mumps has been confirmed on the campus and it's awaiting test results of four suspected cases.

Schools ensure students get regular exercise

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Feet flew and heart rates soared Friday at Coralville Central Elementary.

Foreign affairs, culture wars split GOP focus ahead of 2016

WASHINGTON (AP) — Need evidence there's no clear path to the Republican presidential nomination? Consider the competing messages on Sunday's talk shows from likely candidates.

More Arizona patients exposed to measles

MESA, Ariz. (AP) — Health officials have disclosed that patients at a health center in Mesa were exposed to a measles outbreak that originated at California's Disney parks nine days before the first alerts to the public.

Toxic algae at California lake linked to 3 dog deaths

CASTRO VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — A San Francisco Bay Area park district plans to install bigger signs warning people to keep their dogs away from an algae-filled lake after three dogs that were exposed to its waters died.

Overnight shutdowns of I-75 NB this week in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio transportation authorities plan to shut down all northbound Interstate 75 lanes during overnight bridge work this week in Cincinnati.

Is Indiana's vaccination rate enough to keep out measles?

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Fifteen years ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention declared measles eliminated from the United States. That proclamation turns out to have been more than a bit optimistic.

Huckabee compares gay marriage to alcohol, profanity

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says gay marriage is akin to alcohol and profanity — options the Republican weighing a 2016 presidential bid says are appealing to others, but not to him.

Pretrial meeting set on secret info in US Capitol plot case

CINCINNATI (AP) — A federal judge will meet with prosecutors and defense attorneys on how to handle classified information in the case of an Ohio man accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol and kill federal officials and workers.

Pregnant smokers quit, get free diapers in NE Ohio program

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Pregnant smokers in one northeast Ohio county can get free diapers in exchange for permanently kicking the habit through a new health program there.

New documentary focuses on 3 central Ohio girls with autism

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A new documentary film focuses on three central Ohio girls coping with autism as they prepare for a spring formal dance.

EXCHANGE: Illinois marrow donor shares story

LASALLE, Ill. (AP) — Somewhere during his long stint in the U.S. Marine Corps, Brad Vogelgesang of La Salle volunteered his name for a bone marrow registry.

State looking at salmonella cases in Texas Panhandle

DALHART, Texas (AP) — State health officials are investigating about a dozen cases of salmonella over the past several weeks in Dallam and Hartley counties in the northwest corner of the Texas Panhandle.

Walker open to sending troops to fight Islamic State group

WASHINGTON (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he is open to sending U.S. troops to the Middle East to combat Islamic State fighters, but the potential Republican contender for 2016 presidential nomination isn't calling for them immediately.

Four People Taken To Hospital After Escaping House Fire

Four people were taken to the hospital Sunday morning after a Dublin home went up in flames.

State bans big trucks on Ohio Turnpike during snowstorm

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Tractor trailers and other large vehicles are banned from using the Ohio Turnpike until at least noon Monday because of snowy conditions in northern Ohio.

More than $15M going to Cincinnati-area homeless services

CINCINNATI (AP) — Nonprofit agencies that help the homeless will share more than $15 million to support services and housing for people living on the streets and in emergency shelters in the Cincinnati area.

Crimetracker 10: Protecting Your Home From Break-Ins

What every homeowner needs to know about the most common days and times crooks break-in. Find out more.

2nd suspect at-large in slaying of Ohio elderly couple

NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say one of the men charged with murder in the abduction and slayings of an elderly couple in northeast Ohio has implicated a second suspect who remains at-large.