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Old I-90 bridge in Cleveland comes tumbling down
Clevelanders have said a dramatic goodbye to the old Inner Belt Bridge along Interstate 90.
Family days at Ohio prisons reunite inmates, kids
If it weren’t for the barbed-wire fences and ID badges, it could have been a summer afternoon anywhere. But for the men at Belmont Correctional Institution in eastern Ohio, it was a brief respite from their time in prison.
Michelle Knight says fame comes with complications
Michelle Knight has discovered that the fame that followed her escape from Ariel Castro’s house of horrors cuts both ways.
Ohio rural hospitals face financial woes
Rural hospitals across Ohio face financial straits worse than their urban counterparts as expenses rise and health care reimbursements decline.
House not likely to give Obama $3.7 billion for immigration
President Barack Obama’s $3.7 billion emergency request for the border crisis is too big and the House won’t approve it, the chairman of the House committee that controls spending said Friday.
Israel won’t cave to pressure to end offensive
Israel’s prime minister vowed Friday to press forward with a broad military offensive in the Gaza Strip, insisting international pressure will not halt what he said was a determined effort to halt rocket fire by Palestinian militants as the death toll from the 4-day-old conflict rose above 100.
Kerry trying to make peace between feuding Afghan candidates
Secretary of State John Kerry sought Friday to broker a deal between Afghanistan’s rival presidential candidates as a bitter dispute over last month’s runoff election threatened to spiral out of control.
Military: More info would have saved lives at Benghazi
Two of the four U.S. deaths in Benghazi might have been prevented, military leaders say, if commanders had known more about the intensity of the sporadic gunfire directed at the CIA facility where Americans had taken refuge and had pressed to get a rescue team there faster.
Ohio candidate sees economic boon in James’ return
Ohio’s Democratic candidate for governor says LeBron James’ return to Cleveland boosts more than the Cavaliers’ title chances.
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