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Columbus City Council President Andrew Ginther and Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott will face off in a November election to determine who becomes mayor of Ohio's biggest city.

The two Democrats were the top vote-getters in Tuesday's nonpartisan mayoral primary.

Of the six Democratic candidates vying for three open seats as at-large members of the Athens City Council Peter Kotses (30%), Jennifer Cochran (23%), and Joan Kraynanski (15%) will move on to November's general election.

A state lawmaker wants the chance to question Ohio's top public-schools official about newly surfaced allegations that an online charter school failed to withdraw hundreds of chronically truant students in order to pad its rolls.

Kentucky agriculture officials say the state's hemp production will surpass 1,700 acres this year as the crop's comeback starts to attract investment from processors looking to turn the once-banned crop into products.

 Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today ordered State flags at the State Capitol Complex in Charleston and at all state-owned facilities in Kanawha County be lowered from dawn to dusk Tuesday, May 5, 2015, the day of services celebrating the life of Delegate Phyllis J. Rutledge.

Two races are in contention during today's primary election, for which polls will stay open until 7:30 p.m.

A judge has delayed until October the trial of a former Ohio sheriff's deputy accused of fatally shooting an ex-colleague more than three decades ago.

The chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court has told a state senator the court is powerless to get rid of the grand jury process.

Marshall University's presidential search committee will continue looking for candidates following an initial round of interviews.

The defense attorney for former Athens County sheriff Patrick Kelly has filed a response to the civil lawsuit filed by the county to recover funds paid to Kelly while on suspension.

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