Ohio Headlines

  • Investigators make arrests in deaths of 8 Ohio family members

    Hundreds of interviews. Thousands of miles traveled to 10 states, even as far as Alaska. A search for a silencer. Since eight members of a family were found dead in the small Ohio rural community of Piketon on April 22, 2016,investigators have chased leads wherever they took them, including Alaska, where the prime suspects had lived. Authorities obsessed over the case, working seven days a week at times, determined to make an arrest. On Tuesday, authorities said their hard work resulted in the...

    WPLG
  • Ohio unemployment rate unchanged from September to October

    State officials say Ohio's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was unchanged from September to October. The state's unemployment rate remained at 4.6 percent last month, down from 4.9 percent in October … Click to Continue

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  • Sports calendar, Nov. 16-18

    FRIDAY Boxing 9p Junior welterweights: Maurice Hooker vs. Alex Saucedo ESPN College basketball Men 8a Virginia Tech vs. Northeastern ESPN2 8a Wake Forest vs. Cal State Fullerton ESPNU 8:30a Austin Peay vs. Central Connecticut CBSSN 10:30a St. Joseph’s vs. Central Florida ESPN2 10:30a Ball State vs. Alabama ESPNU 11a Florida A&M vs. Campbell CBSSN 1:30p 2K Classic: Teams TBD ESPN2 1:30p Ohio vs. South Florida CBSSN 1:30p Appalachian State vs. Wichita State or Davidson ESPNU 3:45p 2K...

    SFGate
  • NBA promotes 5 refs, including 2 women, to full-time status

    Ashley Moyer-Gleich and Natalie Sago The two referees are among five officials who were promoted by the NBA to full-time status, making them the fourth and fifth such women in league history. Moyer-Gleich and Sago follow former league refs Violet Palmer and Dee Kantner and current official Lauren Holtkamp. "It's been unreal, really," Sago said. "I've had great role models, Lauren being one, and other NBA referees at these camps who kept saying, 'You've got something.' And all of a sudden, bam,...

    SFGate
  • WATCH: 911 call released in the death of Ohio University student

    Ohio University has suspended Sigma pending an investigation.

    ABC News
  • Ohio 'heartbeat bill' could ban abortions before most women know they're pregnant with an embryo

    A Republican-controlled Ohio House revived a vetoed "heartbeat bill" to ban abortions in the state. The legislation would prevent abortions — including in cases of rape and incest — after an embryo's heartbeat is detected, typically around week six of pregnancy. Most women don't know they're pregnant until seven weeks or later in the process. About one-fourth of all clinically recognized pregnancies spontaneously or naturally abort. Providing access to both birth control and elective abortions...

    Business Insider