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AG DeWine Certifies clean energy ballot issue

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The Ohio Attorney General today certified a clean energy ballot isse.
1:44PM
July
7, 2014

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today certified a petition for a proposed Ohio Clean Energy amendment to the Ohio Constitution.

Ohio Stands To Benefit From Growing Aviation Industry

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An employee at the Union County Airport works on a small airplane. Aircraft manufacturer Boeing says half a million pilots will be needed around the world in the next twenty years
7:31AM
July 7, 2014

Half a million pilots are expected to be needed around the world in the next twenty years, and that could be great news for “The Birthplace of Aviation.”

Ohioans Can Search Sex Offender Phone, Email Info

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New reverse lookup feature would allow parents to checkout who is communicating online with their children.
11:47AM
July
3, 2014

Ohioans can see whether phone numbers, email addresses or screen names belong to registered sex offenders under a new feature added to the state’s online database.

Ohio History Center Exhibit Traces Extinction Of State’s Species

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The last female passenger pigeon, part of the Going, Going, Gone? exhibit
4:37PM
July
1, 2014

A new exhibit at Columbus’ Ohio History Center traces the state’s extinct species and looks at modern-day threats to other animals and plants.

Dayton Air Show Returns One Year After Fatal Crash

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The Blue Angels return to this year's Dayton air show
7:59PM
June
28, 2014

A resurgence in attendance is expected for this weekend’s annual Dayton air show, a year after a fiery crash claimed two performers.

GM Recalling Nearly 29,000 Cruzes To Fix Air Bags

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Chevy Cruze
7:19PM
June
26, 2014

General Motors is recalling more than 29,000 Chevrolet Cruze compact cars because metal parts in the air bag assemblies can hit the driver and passengers if the bags are inflated.

State Begins Gypsy Moth Treatment Program

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The Ohio Department of Agriculture today began using low flying airplanes to spray gypsy moths living in Central Ohio.
3:59PM
June
23, 2014

The sounds of low-flying planes above Central Ohio today are part of the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s attempt to reduce the gypsy moth population.

Columbus Woman Refuses To Let Autism Define Her

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Sondra Williams hugs Gov. John Kasich after receiving the Courage Award in 2013. Ohio House Speaker William Batchelder applauds in the background.
5:00AM
June
20, 2014

More than 50,000 Ohioans are on the autism spectrum. They face many hurdles. One Columbus woman with autism continues to break down barriers along life’s path, inspiring others along the way. WOSU sat down with Ohio Courage Award recipient Sondra Williams and has this profile.

Great Lakes Mayors Want Tougher Oil Shipment Rules

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The Great Lakes
6:19PM
June
18, 2014

An organization representing mayors of cities in the Great Lakes region says the U.S. and Canada should do more to protect the environment from oil spills.

Gossip Site Wins Appeal Of Cheerleader’s Lawsuit

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The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati today overturned a lower court decision allowing a former Bengal's cheerleader to sue a gossip website.
12:16PM
June
16, 2014

An appeals court has found that an Arizona-based gossip website should have been immune from being sued by a former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader over online posts that she was promiscuous and had sexually transmitted diseases.