Feds: Steel mill cited for failing to protect, train workers

CANTON, Ohio (AP) — Federal investigators have cited a northeast Ohio steel mill for safety violations, including that workers weren't protected from a dangerous atmosphere caused by chemicals leaking into the ventilation system.

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Baby boy found dead at homeless shelter where family stayed

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say an autopsy of a 4-month-old boy didn't reveal anything suspicious after the infant was found dead at a Dayton homeless shelter and his father arrested when he confronted officers who were investigating.

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Ohio colleges field queries from potential ITT transfers

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Some Ohio colleges are fielding queries from potential transfer students left stranded in the midst of their studies when the for-profit chain ITT Technical Institute closed its campuses.

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Officials: Ohio man received food stamps by hiding $4M

NOVELTY, Ohio (AP) — Police say an Ohio man who claims he's worth $120 million and is the son of a late former Iranian prince hid his wealth in order to collect food stamp payments and Medicaid.

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