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Ohio does not have to recognize same-sex unions made in other states.

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The second part in a four part series exploring campus sexual violence.


Two Vinton County gaming businesses have been charged with hosting illegal gambling following a raid of their establishments by state and local officials.

Bills legalizing consumer fireworks, providing confidentiality for lethal injection drug companies, and requiring parental permission for teen tanning are among those poised for final action as Ohio's two-year legislative session nears its end.

The charges that led to the allegation that suspended Athens County Sheriff Patrick Kelly engaged in a pattern of corrupt activity were laid out by his prosecutors in a document filed Monday.

Ohio's health department is confirming the first flu-related pediatric death of the flu season.

The department says a 15-year-old girl from Ironton in southern Ohio died on Nov. 29 after being admitted to a hospital.

A local sheriff has been chosen to be part of a state group that will review police training in Ohio.

The Ridges Cemetery project has been featured on a series by Aljazeera America. The project places markers on headstones of former patients, more than 1900, who were buried listed only by numbers.

UPDATE: 11:30

Devin Smith has now been located by the Athens County Sheriff's Department.

Athens High School 12th grade student Devin Smith is missing.

Right now, there is little information available surrounding the circumstances of her disappearance.

New York City photographer Brandon Stanton spends his days looking for interesting subjects for his photoblog “Humans of New York.” This weekend, Athens couple Space and Smiles Welch appeared on his blog, which has more than

Public officials and others can now take an online training course to learn about Ohio's open records and open meeting laws.

Ohio lawmakers are taking early steps toward lifting Ohio's driving penalties for marijuana possession.