Sentencing changed for man accused of cyberstalking sheriff

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A judge has changed what was meant to be a sentencing to a hearing on a man's request to withdraw his guilty plea to a charge of harassing an Ohio sheriff for nearly 20 years via letters, emails and websites.

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Jury awards millions to Ohio doctor in age bias lawsuit

CLEVELAND (AP) — A physician who sued the Cleveland Clinic Foundation claiming he'd been pressured to retire because of his age has won a multi-million dollar jury verdict in Cleveland.

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400-pound man pleads guilty to accidentally smothering boy

GEORGETOWN, Ohio (AP) — A 400-pound Ohio man who pinned his 11-year-old step-grandson against the arm of a couch while trying to control the boy with mild autism during a tantrum has pleaded guilty to killing the boy.

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District move to keep white students cites 'racial balance'

An Ohio school district with a growing proportion of minority students says it will stop allowing white students to attend a neighboring district through open enrollment and take public funding with them because it wants to avoid becoming segregated.

  • Written by By KANTELE FRANKO , Associated Press