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Ohio utility regulators have rejected an American Electric Power proposal to guarantee profitability from two of its aging coal plants.
 
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio ruled Wednesday that the plan was legal but it would not benefit customers.
 
The Ohio House has passed a bill that gives legal protection to certain volunteers who provide service and expertise during emergencies.
 
A cyber protection team of soldiers from Army National Guard units in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan will be among the first of three such teams beginning work this fall to support the military's cyber defense efforts.
 
Lawmakers are sending Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin a bill banning abortion after 20 weeks conception, similar to one he vetoed last year.
 
The Senate passed the proposal 29-5 Wednesday. The House passed it earlier this month.
 

Missing calamity day plans may cause more make-up days at the end of the year for students in Athens City Schools.

In order to raise revenue to make repairs to the Athens Municipal Parking Garage, Council has proposed increased parking fees for the garage beginning in May.

The Ohio University and Athens community are gearing up for the annual Athens Beautification Day, which will be held on April 19.

There’s been a push in the last decade to accurately calculate college graduation rates as a way to address the education gaps between low-income students and their more affluent peers

It was anything but a normal meeting in Murray City Monday night as village council members and fire chief Ron Cook butted heads on an issue that prompted Cook to resign from his position.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich is making his pitch to state lawmakers to do more to help residents move out of poverty.
 

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