Some Pillsbury flour products recalled due to E. coli risk

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Hometown Food Company and ADM Milling Co. are issuing a voluntary recall for some Pillsbury flour products due to an E. coli risk.Read more

Proposed bill would mandate valedictorians, salutatorians in Ohio's school districts

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A state lawmaker has introduced legislation that would require school districts in Ohio to name a valedictorian and a salutatorian.Read more

Gary Woodland captures US Open title for first major

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Gary Woodland has has won the U.S. Open Championship with a score of 13-under.Read more

Some Ragu sauces recalled due to potential plastic contamination

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Some Ragu sauces are being recalled because they could potentially contain fragments of plastic.Read more

Lloyd scores 2 and the US downs Chile 3-0 at the World Cup

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Carli Lloyd scored a pair of goals for the United States in a somewhat subdued 3-0 victory over Chile that advanced the defending Women's World Cup champions to the...Read more

2020 race brings free college back to the national stage

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After receding from the national stage, the free college movement is resurfacing as a central rallying point for Democrats as they set their sights on the White House.Read more

Police: 4 family members shot, killed in West Des Moines

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Relatives discovered the bodies of four family members, including two children, with gunshot wounds at their home in central Iowa, police said.Read more

Drag Queen Story Hour set for Nevada Library despite critics

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The Drag Queen Story Hour is heading to northern Nevada despite protests in other cities. Two story hours in Ohio were canceled after threats.Read more

Police: 16-year-old Ohio boy fatally shot after argument at party

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Police in northeast Ohio say a 16-year-old Ohio boy has been fatally shot after an argument that took place at a nearby house party.Read more


$2.2M gift will endow faculty position at Youngstown State University

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A former Youngstown State University professor and radio host who died last year has left $2.2 million to the Ohio school.Read more

4 years in, Trump fondly recalls Trump Tower campaign launch

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Four years ago on Sunday, Donald Trump descended through the pink marble and brass atrium of Trump Tower to...Read more

Meghan and Harry release Father's Day photo of baby Archie

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Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex have released a photograph of their 6-week-old son Archie for Father's Day.Read more


Thousands fill the streets for 2019 Columbus Pride Parade

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Thousands of people celebrated the Pride Parade in Columbus on Saturday.Read more

Recall for breakfast wrap because of possible contamination with small rocks

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A Texas company is...Read more




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Nursing home site of deadly shooting in Kirkersville closes along with sister facility

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The Pine Kirk Care Center was the site of a deadly shooting in 2017.Read more

Police looking for missing man who may be near Buckeye Lake

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Edward Jones was last seen on June 10.Read more

Columbus Pride Festival and Parade: What you need to know

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This weekend the City of Columbus is celebrating its 38th year of pride with the 2019 Stonewall Columbus Pride Festival.Read more

Ohio high court won't hear challenge over bite-mark evidence

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The Ohio Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from a man sentenced to death for the 1985 rape, torture and slaying of a 12-year-old boy.Read more

Disaster declaration sought for Ohio farmers hurt by rain

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Ohio is seeking federal aid for farmers who haven't been able to plant crops because of rain-soaked fields.Read more