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UTICA — In 12 years as commissioner of the Oneida County Department of Social Services, Lucille Soldato has turned her cellphone off only for one weekend — when... [Read More]
Tre Weed and Ben Wilson, Sumner's dynamic duo, combined for more than 400 all-purpose yards as the Spartans rolled to a 56-14 win over Monroe... [Read More]
Doug, Tim and Bill break down Ohio State's 52-14 win over Illinois, and what comes next. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio... [Read More]
The OHSAA announced sites and matchups for the all state semifinal football games that will be played 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24. [Read More]
Stories in the News' provides local news from Ketchikan, Saxman, Metlakatla, Prince of Wales Island and Alaska state news, national and world news. [Read More]
The state's review of Charlottesville's Aug. 12 tragedy teases us with additional questions. A greater burden now falls on the city's own review to answer... [Read More]
A social worker on disciplinary leave from the Hawaii State Hospital since October said employees regularly help patients leave the hospital out of sympathy, pick... [Read More]
The state's largest union and workers in the state Department of Taxation are warning that the $60 million project to modernize the tax department's computer... [Read More]
Randall Saito's escape from the Hawaii State Hospital sent Gov. David Ige and state legislators running to the microphones to declare it "unacceptable." [Read More]
The National Weather Service has issued a high-surf warning and high-surf advisory for parts of the state beginning this morning. [Read More]
Today's class is about political economics, as in don't ask for something you can't pay for. [Read More]
A 22-point halftime deficit was no big deal for the defending NBA champions. Stephen Curry scored 35 points, Kevin Durant had 27 and the Golden... [Read More]
Proving that love knows no boundaries, a Mexican woman and a US man meet at a gate that has been briefly opened in the fence... [Read More]
Tags: Mexican - Love - Tijuana
A century before Ohio became a state, a white oak acorn fell on gravelly terrain in what's now the southwest side of Columbus. The following... [Read More]
In 2018, Ohioans will elect a new governor and elect or re-elect a U.S. senator, 16 U.S. House members, 99 Ohio House members, half the... [Read More]
I respond to the Monday letter "Pipelines meet need, benefit state" from John McClelland of the Coalition for the Expansion of Pipeline Infrastructure. He was... [Read More]
Another day, another jaw-dropping comment from President Donald Trump, this time courtesy of the Washington Post editorial "'Redesign' for State looks like retreat" in Tuesday's... [Read More]
The people building the Rover natural-gas pipeline across Ohio have demonstrated contempt for Ohio's laws, lands and waters since the Texas-based company, Energy Transfer Partners,... [Read More]
News was busting out all over on the Public Affairs desk Wednesday.That's often the case on that desk, which covers state and federal government and... [Read More]
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