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FBI helping in manhunt from suburban Dayton shooting

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DAYTON — Police today continue to investigate the shooting of four people in a Butler Twp. neighborhood on Friday as they look for the man named a person of interest in the case.

Flying acts soar above Dayton Air Show, delight fans

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With the singing of the National Anthem, flying acts began shortly after noon Saturday at the CenterPoint Energy Dayton Air Show.

Deputy fatally shot, leading to standoff that ends when home burns

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One deputy was killed and another injured while responding to a call about a person shot, Ohio officials said. The call escalated into a standoff that ended when the residence burned down.

Man pleads not guilty to raping girl, 10

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A man pleaded not guilty on Monday in Ohio to charges of raping a 10-year-old girl who traveled to Indiana for an abortion last month, which became a flashpoint in the national debate over access to the procedure.

Transgender rights in Ohio

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School and workplace protections for transgender people exist at the federal level but are under challenge by many states, including Ohio.

Portman says he will support same sex marriage legislation

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WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, has indicated he would support a bill to codify and protect marriage for same sex couples.

Small business owners, feeling the squeeze, now darker about their economic future

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DAYTON — Small business owners are feeling the squeeze and remain less encouraged about the economy than they have been in decades, according to a recent survey.

How did state central committee elections end up on the Ohio ballot?

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CLEVELAND – While some voters around the state will select their preferred candidates for the special Aug. 2 election for state House and Senate, other lower profile elections will be at the bottom of the ballot.

What to do if you are inundated by robocalls

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CLEVELAND – “We’ve been trying to reach you concerning your car’s extended warranty.”

The consequences of Dave Yost’s and other Republicans’ handling of 10-year-old’s rape case: Analysis

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - A textbook political adage for elected officials is if you’re going to speak out about something controversial, make sure you’ve got your facts straight. And if you somehow make a mistake, try to limit the damage by owning up to it, or at least shutting up until it blows over.