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Marijuana plant seizures down in Ohio

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Seizures of marijuana plants during summer eradication efforts in Ohio were down this year as the illegal plants become harder to find, authorities said.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 November 2013

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Ohio family searches for stolen wheelchair

CLEVELAND (AP) — Police and others in Cleveland are working together to find a 9-year-old boy's wheelchair that was stolen from the family's van over the weekend.

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Damaged doughboy statue returns to Ohio village

LAKEMORE, Ohio (AP) — A damaged and discarded statue of a World War I soldier is again standing guard over a memorial park in a northeast Ohio village — thanks to the efforts of some local veterans.

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Ohio woman, 83, beats intruder with cane

BUCHTEL, Ohio (AP) — Authorities in southeastern Ohio say an 83-year-old woman drove an intruder out of her house by beating him repeatedly with her cane.

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VA marks women's clinic expansion in central Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A Department of Veterans Affairs health care center is marking the expansion of its women's clinic to meet the needs of the growing number of women enrolling in VA health care.

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Laid-off Ormet steelworkers target Ohio governor

HANNIBAL, Ohio (AP) — A labor union seeking the reopening of Ormet Corp.'s aluminum smelter in eastern Ohio is launching a multimedia campaign aimed at Ohio Gov. John Kasich.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 November 2013

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Some snow expected overnight in much of Ohio

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohioans are expected to see the first widespread snow of the season developing overnight in some areas.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 November 2013

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Stun gun study by Ohio police targets improvements

CINCINNATI (AP) — Attorneys who criticized the use of stun guns following the deaths of at least five Ohio suspects since 2009 said Monday that they're encouraged by a new report by police agencies that aims to improve standards, but that there's still more work to be done.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 November 2013

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