Wednesday, October 29, 2014
  • BALTIMORE (AP) — Down by three runs in the eighth inning, the Baltimore Orioles had every reason to believe they could rally against the Tigers. 
  • DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Police in Dayton are blaming road rage for a two-vehicle crash that injured four people including two pregnant women. 
  • WASHINGTON (AP) — The Education Department on Monday announced a new initiative to attract quality teachers to the schools that need them most. 
  • YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — A 4-month-old in a playpen on her Ohio porch was critically injured when a neighbor's fireworks landed on her.

     
     
  • COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Three universities are getting bomb-sniffing dogs through a pilot program that officials eventually hope to expand so there are canines at each state university in Ohio. 
  • TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A security breach at a Toledo hospital may have compromised the personal information of nearly 600 patients. 
  • FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) — A northwest Ohio philanthropist has died less than two months after announcing he would leave about $20 million to a community foundation, with much of it going to the collegiate basketball program he followed with devotion for six decades.

     
     
  • WAPAKONETA, Ohio (AP) — A judge has sentenced a Florida man to seven-to-25 years in prison in the fatal stabbing of a farmer during a burglary in western Ohio in 1981. 
  • COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A utility assistance program has extended the deadline for AEP Ohio customers to apply for financial help to pay this winter's high heating bills. 
  • ELYRIA, Ohio (AP) — Health officials in a northeast Ohio city are giving away the drug naloxone (nuh-LOX'-ohn) to be administered to people who overdose on heroin or painkillers.

     
  • MARION — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio Steven M. Dettelbach, Federal Bureau of Investigation Cleveland Division Special Agent in Charge Stephen D. Anthony, Marion Police Chief Bill Collins, Marion County Sheriff Tim Bailey, and Marion County Prosecutor Brent Yager announced today that more than three dozen people are now facing charges as a result of a large-scale investigation focusing on the trafficking and possession of drugs in Marion. 
  • COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Wintery weather is coming back to Ohio. 
  • CINCINNATI (AP) — A federal judge is expected to issue what could be the most sweeping ruling yet for gay marriage in Ohio by ordering the state to recognize the marriages of gay couples who wed in states that allow same-sex marriage. 
  • Crowds flock to see fire damage in Ohio village

    GARRETTSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — More traffic than usual is clogging the streets of a northeast Ohio village to see the devastating results of a weekend fire that swept through 13 businesses on the main streets.

     

     
  • ARLINGTON, Wash. (AP) — Voices of people crying for help in the wreckage of a deadly Washington state mudslide have stopped, and hopes of finding any more survivors waned as searchers pulled more bodies from the tangled debris field and crews worked through the night into Monday. 

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