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Friends, family of man killed by cop: Why wasn't he helped?
Friends and family of an Ohio man fatally shot by an officer have been wondering why he wasn't helped when they say police knew about his drug abuse and mental health issues.
Abortion clinic dispute to be argued in Ohio Supreme Court
A dispute over whether to shut down Toledo's last abortion clinic is headed to the Ohio Supreme Court in a case both sides view as pivotal.
Man who allegedly shot Ohio judge was father of football player convicted in Steubenville rape case
The man who officials say ambushed and shot an Ohio judge was the father of a high school football player convicted in the high-profile Steubenville High School rape case. Judge Joseph J. Bruzzese Jr. was shot and injured outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Steubenville in eastern Ohio
Ohio attorney general sues 5 pharmaceutical companies over opioid epidemic
The Ohio attorney general has filed a lawsuit against five leading prescription opioid manufacturers, alleging that the companies intentionally misled patients regarding the risks and benefits of opioid use with fraudulent marketing. Attorney General Mike DeWine accused the companies of leading
Ohio police chief killed in shooting was father of 6 with baby on the way
A police chief who had been on the job for just a few weeks and two nursing home employees are dead after a shooting this morning in Kirkersville, Ohio, officials said. The gunman is also believed to be dead, Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp said at a news conference. Kirkersville Police Chief
Mysterious Ohio family killings still unsolved 1 year later; sheriff vows: 'We will find you'
Nearly one year has passed since killers "came in like thieves in the night," the local sheriff said, gunning down eight family members in four homes along rural roads in Pike County, Ohio, but the shocking murder is still unsolved. Some of the family members, who were found April 22, 2016, were
Capitol Hill Reacts to First of Trump Cabinet Confirmation Hearings
ABC News talks to former Ohio Sen. Mike DeWine on Sen. Jeff Sessions, Trump's attorney general nominee.
Money Stolen By Infamous Con Man 'Bobby Thompson' Finally Goes to Vets
Years after donors gave millions to the U.S. Navy Veterans Association – not knowing it was a scam charity preying on wartime sympathies – at least some of that money is finally reaching its intended target. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Friday his office would be handing a portion of
1 of the Murdered Ohio Family Members Was Shot 9 Times, Coroner Says
One of the eight relatives all killed "execution style" in rural Ohio suffered nine gunshot wounds, according to the local coroners offices. Two victims suffered five gunshot wounds; one was shot four times; and the others were shot once, twice or three times, the Pike County Coroner and Hamilton
Ohio Family Killings: Facebook Threat Was Made Against Youngest Victim, AG Says
As the Ohio manhunt intensifies for a gunman who shot dead eight relatives in "execution type" killings, the Ohio Attorney General’s office confirmed that a Facebook threat was made against the youngest victim -- 16-year-old Chris Rhoden. Authorities say they are pursuing the Facebook threat along