Columbus police officers begin wearing body cameras

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Columbus officials say 12 traffic officers have been equipped with the city's first police body cameras after months of discussion about how the cameras would be used and deployed.

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Ohio court: Tigers' owner can visit seized animals

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio owner of tigers, bears and other exotic animals seized by the state will be allowed to examine the ones that were sent to a South Dakota sanctuary then later relocated because of neglect, a court has ruled.

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Ohio casino fined $50K after overserved customer's crash

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio authorities have fined Cincinnati's downtown casino $50,000 in connection with a customer who was overserved at the casino bar and was subsequently involved in a car crash that killed another driver.

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Supreme Court rules automaker not liable for cop's injuries

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled Ford Motor Co. isn't liable for a gas tank fire that severely burned a police officer after his cruiser was rear-ended by a drunk driver at more than 90 mph.

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