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Crews work to clear 1,500-ton boulder from Ohio highway

COAL GROVE, Ohio (AP) — Transportation officials say crews are working to clear a southern Ohio highway after a boulder the size of a two-story house fell onto the road overnight.

Last Updated on Friday, 10 April 2015

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Lawyers for Ohio State, fired band director spar in court

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A federal judge has rigorously questioned both sides in fired Ohio State University band director Jonathan Waters' civil-rights lawsuit ahead of deciding whether the case should proceed.

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Parts of Ohio recovering as week of rain, storms ends

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Heavy rain and storms moved through Ohio on Friday, wrapping up a soggy work week that brought flooding and damage to many parts of the state.

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Experts: 3 other shots detected in deadly 2012 police salvo

 

CLEVELAND (AP) — Sound experts say they detected three additional gunshot sounds in a recording of gunfire attributed to a Cleveland police officer on trial for voluntary manslaughter in the 2012 deaths of two unarmed suspects.

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Eastern Ohio man dies after becoming trapped under tractor

BLOOMINGDALE, Ohio (AP) — Authorities in eastern Ohio say an elderly man has died after becoming trapped underneath his tractor.

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Parts of Ohio brace for flooding after week of rain, storms Parts of Ohio brace for flooding after week of rain, storms

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Parts of Ohio are bracing for more potential flooding to wrap up a soggy work week of rain and thunderstorms across many parts of the state.

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Kasich: Ohio has no need to enter religious objections fray

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich says Ohio law strikes a good balance between protecting religious freedom and preventing discrimination, and he sees no need for changes.

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Scientists study mystery of Lake Erie toxic bacteria

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Scientists are trying to figure out why some algae-like bacteria in Lake Erie become toxic while others don't.

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