Feds seize Cleveland records tied to city worker's business

CLEVELAND (AP) — An evidence log indicates that federal agents searching Cleveland City Hall seized records related to a paving company and to a business owned by an engineer who works for the city's construction division.

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Ohio adult, youth prison agencies merging office functions

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The agencies that oversee adult and youth prisons in Ohio want to move to a single headquarters to improve efficiency and boost collaboration by merging back-office functions like payroll, a move that could save $260,000 a year.

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Beer sales rake in more than $1M at Ohio Stadium

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Beer sales at Ohio State University's football stadium increased 16 percent from 2016, bringing in a total of $1.35 million in net revenue this season.

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3 state attorneys favor walling off Great Lakes to stop carp

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Attorneys general from three states say a $275 million federal plan for keeping Asian carp from migrating into the Great Lakes is too pricey and rejects the most effective solution.

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