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Ohio Senate Passes Pet Store Regulation Bill

The fight over puppies in pet stores moved on from Grove City council chambers to the statehouse senate floor.

Woman shares powerful message to victims of domestic violence

A Morrow County woman says she has a powerful message for victims of domestic violence who are struggling to escape their abusers.

Three injured in shooting near Franklin Park

The Columbus Division of Police say three people are injured following a shooting south of Franklin Park.

Dublin amps up safety on the eve of Memorial Tournament activities

On the eve of the first practice rounds for the annual Memorial Tournament, Dublin Police are looking over public safety measures and taking part in OVI patrols.

Two men injured in two motorcycle crashes at National Trail Raceway in Licking County

The Hebron Fire Department tells 10TV one man has serious injuries and another man has life-threatening injuries.

Project: $1.9M to increase preterm baby breastfeeding

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Authorities in the Mississippi Delta say rural mothers whose premature babies are in intensive care will be able to get their breast milk delivered to their babies, thanks to a $1.9 million, three-year grant.

Union: 2 officers shot in Houston should be OK

An officer who was hit several times in the chest during a shooting was wearing both a metal breastplate and a bulletproof vest.

Access Health CT helping 18,000 enrollees find new plans

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut's health insurance marketplace is helping up to 18,000 people who no longer qualify for Medicaid health coverage to enroll in private insurance plans.

Boy who fell into gorilla pit is out of hospital

The family of a boy who survived a 15-foot fall into a gorilla exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo says he is home and doing fine.

Doctor who wrote unnecessary prescriptions may avoid jail

TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) — A former New Jersey doctor who admitted writing prescriptions for highly addictive opiate painkillers with no medical justification may avoid a jail sentence.

Trooper uninjured when 79-year-old crashes into cruiser

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire state trooper barely escaped injury when a driver smashed into the rear of his cruiser, parked on the side of the Everett Turnpike in Nashua with its emergency lights on.

Judge orders Washington Medicaid to provide hepatitis C drug

SEATTLE (AP) — A federal judge has ordered Washington Medicaid to provide an expensive drug to all hepatitis C patients, not just the sickest ones.

NBA player's shooting death may have been simple mistake

The shooting death of an NBA player in Dallas has those who knew him best struggling to make sense of it.

Coke debuts 'proud to be an American' cans

Coca-Cola's new "I'm proud to be an American" limited edition red, white and blue cans honor members of the military and feature the American flag in their design.

At the 100th Indianapolis 500, an American rookie wins

Alexander Rossi has won the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.

Tropical Storm Bonnie slows as it soaks the Carolinas, Georgia

Tropical Storm Bonnie has been downgraded to a tropical depression as its heavy rains soak the coasts of South Carolina, southeastern North Carolina and eastern Georgia.

Community gardens grow in popularity in Siouxland

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — The pastor puts on a pair of brown leather work boots and goes out to the garden. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the perennial onions are in bloom. The bulbous purple flowers are easy to pick out among the barren, raised garden beds that'll be tilled and ready for planting soon.

Trump on tap to speak at Rolling Thunder rally in capital

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is on tap to speak at the Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally in Washington — an annual salute to military veterans.

A squirrel, a blowtorch, a boyfriend, and a $2M bill in Mich.

A Michigan woman's boyfriend may have just cost her $2 million because of his creative squirrel preparation methods.

Body of flood victim who shared haunting Facebook post found

The body of a National Guardsman who had gone missing after a haunting Facebook post was found downstream from where his overturned truck had been located earlier.

Device, drug firms spent $3.8M in Treasure Valley in 2014

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Robert Wechsler calls himself "the Rain Man of epilepsy for Idaho." A neurologist who specializes in seizure disorders, Wechlser also says that because of his work with the pharmaceutical industry, he is something of a "hired gun ... who comes in and talks about a drug."

State urges protection against mosquitoes as trapping begins

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — State officials are reminding residents to protect themselves against mosquito-borne diseases as they prepare to begin trapping mosquitoes to monitor for West Nile virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis.

Trump's movement campaign likely to turn on the margins

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Donald Trump calls his presidential campaign a mass movement. But he's going to need to show he can coax enough support from voters who twice delivered the White House to Barack Obama.

NY lawmakers consider limit on opioid drug prescriptions

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York lawmakers are considering legislation that would limit the amount of prescription opioid drugs patients can get after an initial visit to the doctor's office, part of an effort to curb a statewide addiction crisis.

Ohio law enforcement considers Memorial Day the deadliest weekend on the roads

The wet weather and heavy holiday traffic on Saturday made a mess of the roads throughout central Ohio.