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The Ohio State Highway Patrol says fatal traffic crashes were down over Labor Day weekend this year.
 
The patrol says there were 11 fatalities on the roads between Friday and midnight on Monday, compared with 16 during the same four-day period last year.

Governor John Kasich and Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman announced plans on Wednesday for a multi-purpose community center on Reeb Avenue.

An Ohio University adminstrator says she is looking into joining a consortium of universities and criminal justice agencies. 

A new car-sharing program launched Wednesday at Ohio University.

Ohio University recently applied for a liquor license to allow the purchase of alcoholic beverages at football and basketball games.

The University requested two liquor licenses; one for Peden Stadium and the other for the Convocation Center. 

State regulators and scientists should make a determination by the end of the week whether an earthquake in northeast Ohio on Sunday has any connection to nearby injection wells.

A routine maintenance inspection on Friday afternoon at Lake White State Park resulted in officers noticing unusual levels of seepage along the southern edge of the Lake White dam spillway.

Sheriff's officials in central Ohio say officers investigating a marijuana growing operation confronted an armed man who fatally shot himself after a standoff.

A new report says Ohio workers are more productive and better educated, but they aren't necessarily making more money as a result.

A Columbus foundry that makes parts for rail cars is expanding and adding about 500 jobs.

The expansion will be announced Wednesday by Columbus Castings on the city's south side.

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