Cincinnati nonprofit helps blind WWII vet avoid city fine

CINCINNATI (AP) — A 98-year-old World War II veteran who is blind received help from a local charity to demolish a dilapidated shed next to his home and avoid a fine from the city of Cincinnati.

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Changes to Ohio's policies on jailing parolees recommended

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Inspector General's Office has recommended that the state amend its rules on jailing parolees after finding that four prisoners were wrongly kept in jail for too long.

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Ohio man arrested in standoff is indicted in wife's slaying

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man accused of fatally shooting his wife and barricading himself at home in an hours-long standoff with police has been indicted on aggravated murder and other charges.

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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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