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Ohio Appeals Board: Former Nazi Guard Can Be Deported

April 10, 2009 CLEVELAND (AP) — An immigration appeals board ruled Friday that retired autoworker John Demjanjuk can be deported to Germany to face charges that he served as a Nazi death camp guard during World Wa... more »»

Public memorial for slain Pittsburgh officers today

April 9, 2009 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Thousands of mourners, including law enforcement officers, dignitaries and family members, are expected to pack a basketball arena for a memorial service for three Pittsburgh polic... more »»

Pa. man reaches plea in daughter's slaying

April 9, 2009 LEBANON, Pa. (AP) - A south-central Pennsylvania man who pleaded no-contest to first-degree murder in the death of his 6-month old daughter faces a mandatory sentence of life without parol. more »»

Ohio Mom Disappointed in Next-of-Kin Registry Turnout

April 9, 2009 COLUMBUS (AP) — Parents who campaigned for an Ohio next-of-kin registry are disappointed with the response to the program, launched in Septembe. more »»

Ohio health plan focuses on obesity prevention

April 9, 2009 COLUMBUS (AP) — The state can stop or reverse the annual growth of obesity among adults and children within five years, but it first must promote greater access to healthy food and exercise, the Ohi... more »»

World's oldest person celebrates, 115, is former OSU employee

April 7, 2009 LOS ANGELES (AP) — The world's oldest known living person celebrated her 115th birthday Monday. more »»

Parents sue Ohio school over bullied son's suicide

April 3, 2009 MENTOR, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio couple has filed a lawsuit saying school officials failed to stop bullying that they claim led to their 17-year-old son's suicide. more »»

Ohioans get about $25 more in food stamps

April 3, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — State officials say Ohio's growing number of food stamp recipients will receive more benefits starting this month, courtesy of the federal economic stimulus bill. more »»

Kroger Recalls Lite Mayo

April 2, 2009 The Kroger C. more »»

Holiday Inn on the Lane across from Ohio State campus closes

March 31, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The last guests have checked out of a hotel popular with Ohio State University families and football fans. more »»

WVa Senate supports restrictions on teen tanners

March 31, 2009 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Things may get slightly more complicated for teens seeking the perfect tan at one of West Virginia's indoor tanning facilities. more »»

Ohio man pleads guilty to giving toddler marijuana

March 27, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man who gave marijuana to his 2-year-old niece has pleaded guilty to several drug-related charges, including giving drugs to a minor. more »»

Ohio high court: Housing authorities can be sued

March 26, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A woman whose two children died in a fire at a public housing complex can sue the housing authority if the deaths are found to be caused by employee negligence or physical... more »»

W.Va. launches domestic violence registry

March 23, 2009 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia launched an electronic domestic violence registry Monday that should end a potential deadly delay in the flow of information from the courts to law enforcement. more »»

WVa lawmakers applaud Barbie ban bill author

March 19, 2009 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia lawmaker has fielded plenty of ridicule, insults and even threats since proposing an in-state ban of Barbie and similar dolls. more »»

Extra police at Pittsburgh high school after brawl

March 13, 2009 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Public Schools police have extra officers and K-9 units patrolling Taylor Allderdice High School after 20 students were arrested for brawling. more »»

Ohio parents indicted in son's cancer death

March 12, 2009 CLEVELAND (AP) — The parents of an 8-year-old boy who died from Hodgkin's lymphoma were indicted Wednesday on charges they denied him medical treatment. more »»

Schwarzenegger tours Ohio sports exhibition

March 9, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger toured brawny bodybuilding exhibits Saturday at the annual Ohio sports festival that bears his name. more »»



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