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The all clear was given for residents to return to their homes last night in the Keystone Furnace and Charles Lewis Roads area of Jackson County, Ohio following a natural gas line rupture earlier in the day. 
 
The Cleveland Clinic and other hospitals around Ohio are advising residents to tell doctors on their next visit if they've traveled to West Africa, where the Ebola virus is believed to have killed thousands.
 
Officials say Ohio residents disposed of more than 10.5 tons of unwanted prescription drugs during Saturday's National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
 
State environmental officials have tallied more than 46,400 aboveground storage tanks as a deadline passed to register them.
 
Officials say they're still registering thousands more.
 

It’s been one year since the launch of the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 154,668 Ohioans selected a plan during the first enrollment period.

30 homes have been evacuated after a gas line rupture in Jackson County, Ohio.

Officials tell WSAZ.com the breach happened about 4:15 in the area of Keystone Furnace Road and Charles Lewis Road.

The role of religion in American life and American politics is the research topic of Therese Larsson Hultin, a Swedish journalist traveling across the United States on a 90-day fact-finding fellowship.

Another piece of funding has fallen into place for Trimble’s proposed $1.86 million water distribution system replacement project.

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown announced Tuesday that the Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded the village $250,000 for the project.

A 911 caller who reported a man carrying a gun in an Ohio Wal-Mart has told state investigators he heard an officer repeatedly say "put it down" about two seconds before police shot the man twice.

Nelsonville Police Department Press Release - The Nelsonville Police Department is saddened to announce the death of Hocking College student Charles L. Cane missing since September 20, 2014.  

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