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Car ran red light before being struck by cruiser

UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio (AP) — A police cruiser responding to a robbery report, lights flashing and siren blaring, struck a car at an intersection just northwest of Ohio’s capital early…

Cooper Tire agreement growing uncertain

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. shares plunged Monday as its $2.2 billion deal with Apollo Tyres Ltd. becomes more uncertain. India’s Apollo is seeking a lower price than the original…

One dead in Ohio home explosion

LIBERTY CENTER, Ohio (AP) — An explosion leveled a home in northwest Ohio on Wednesday, killing a woman and injuring a man and spreading debris around a quarter-mile area, a…

Tiffin fire victims laid to rest

TIFFIN, Ohio (AP) — A mother who lost her five children and boyfriend in a mobile home fire described the youngsters with a single word: smiley, a minister said Thursday.…

Tiffin trailer fire claims six lives

TIFFIN, Ohio (AP) — A fire that ripped through a mobile home killed a man and five children ages 6 and under just a few hours after the children’s mother…

Ohio sales tax going up Sunday

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Shoppers across Ohio will see a one-quarter percent sales tax increase beginning Sunday, the first increase in the tax in a decade. The rate will rise…

Sentencing under way for Ohio kidnapper

CLEVELAND (AP) — Three months after an Ohio woman kicked out part of a door to end nearly a decade of captivity, sentencing began for a onetime school bus driver…

Blanchard flood funding much less than expected

FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) — Community leaders in northwest Ohio who are pushing for the completion of a flood control study in an area that has been swamped by flooding were…

Marysville National Guard officer accused of child sex crimes

MARYSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A National Guard major who has said he wanted to adopt a girl from Africa to protect her from rape has been indicted on charges he…

State budget heads to Kasich

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A state budget that cuts personal income taxes, revamps Ohio’s school-funding system and imposes new abortion restrictions cleared the state Legislature on Thursday over the objections…

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