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2015 Ohio Election results

November 3, 2015 Results from today's election in Ohio can be found by clicking the link below. more »»

Ohio voters turn away pot proposal

November 3, 2015 Voters have rejected a ballot measure that would have made Ohio the first state to make marijuana legal for both recreational and medical use in a single stroke. more »»

Ohio Voters Have Much to Consider

November 3, 2015 It’s Election Day in Ohio, and voters will be deciding everything from local council races to tax levies and whether to amend the state constitution. more »»

Obama Says Inmates Need Drug Rehab

November 3, 2015 NEWARK, N.. more »»

Survivor Shares Holocaust Story

November 3, 2015 WHEELING — More than 70 years later, Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan still marvels at how she — or anyone — was able to survive the horrors of the Bergen-Belsen Nazi concentration camp... more »»

Three Life Sentences For Murders

November 3, 2015 FAIRFAX, Va. more »»

Polls closed in Ohio, except in Hamilton County

November 3, 2015 Polls closed throughout Ohio about 15 minutes ago, except in Hamilton County, where a voting glitch will keep polls open until 9 p.m. more »»

Ohioans approve redistricting issue

November 3, 2015 After a decade of false starts, Ohio voters have approved new rules for drawing state legislative districts that aim to reduce partisan gerrymandering. more »»

Guilty Plea in Child Rape

November 3, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Belmont County Prosecutor Dan Fry said he will push for the maximum sentence for James John Kirksey, who pleaded guilty Monday to raping a child in Belmont County in March. more »»

Tainted Candy Reported in Bethlehem

November 3, 2015 BETHLEHEM — Mayor Tim Bishop wants Bethlehem residents to check their children’s Halloween treats carefully after officials learned of a child receiving tainted candy Sunday. more »»

President Signs Budget, Debt Deal

November 3, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Monday signed into law a bipartisan budget bill that avoids a catastrophic U.S. more »»

Water Break In Wheeling

November 3, 2015 WHEELING — A water line broke along 14th Street in front of Wheeling Central Catholic High School late Monday, as water gushed into the nearby drains after rupturing the asphalt in the street. more »»

State Approves Acuity Expansion in Wheeling

November 2, 2015 By LINDA COMINS Staff Writer The West Virginia Health Care Authority has issued a certificate of need to Acuity Specialty Hospital Ohio Valley to expand its current facility within Wheeling Hospital... more »»

Mozart Resident Fights Sewer Project

November 2, 2015 By ALAN OLSON Staff Writer MOZART — As the Marshall County Sewerage District moves forward with a sewer extension project in Mozart, one resident whose property will be affected is speaking out... more »»

Sen. Yost Announces He Will Seek Third Term

November 2, 2015 WELLSBURG — West Virginia Sen. Jack Yost has announced he will seek a third term representing the state’s northernmost district. Yost was first elected to the state Senate in 2008. more »»

Razor Blade Uncovered In Candy Bar in Tyler County

November 2, 2015 MIDDLEBOURNE — Tyler County Sheriff’s Department reported that a piece of a razor blade was discovered within a candy bar gathered during trick-or-treating. more »»

Northern Panhandle School Districts Flunk Test

November 1, 2015 WHEELING — Northern Panhandle public school districts fared poorly on West Virginia’s Smarter Balanced Assessment Test, a review by the Sunday News-Register indicates. more »»

Educators, Obama Agree on Testing Time

November 1, 2015 SHADYSIDE — Local school superintendents in Ohio agree with President Barack Obama that too much classroom time is consumed by standardized testin. more »»

Important Decisions To Be Made in Ohio Elections

November 1, 2015 WHEELING — It may be an off year, but Ohio voters will have some important decisions to make about the future of their communities and the Buckeye State as a whole when they go to the polls Tuesday. more »»

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