State outlines new 70 MPH zones
State transportation officials have revealed which sections of rural interstate highway will have a higher speed limit of 70 mph instead of 65 mph starting July 1st. The department says the limit will increase on more than 570 miles of interstate highway. See the complete map at http://www.dot.state.oh.us/news/Pages/State-Identifies-New-70-MPH-Speed-Zones.aspxWritten on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 04:25
Senate will vote on Internet Cafe ban
An effective ban on Internet cafes targeted as illegal gambling has cleared an Ohio Senate committee and is headed for a floor vote Wednesday. Testimony by employees of the storefront sweepstakes parlors failed to persuade a majority of the State Government & Oversight Committee that the cafes are legitimate businesses…Written on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 04:37 in Local News Headlines
School levy falls by 12 votes--recount next
Unofficial results show the Groveport Madison tax levy losing by 12 votes. Officials with the Franklin County Board of Elections say the levy picked up four votes after provisional and absentee ballots were counted. Because the vote is so close--a recount will be done within the next six to ten…Written on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 04:34 in Local News Headlines
Police investigate East side drive-by
Police investigating a drive-by shooting on the east side. Officers say they were called to a home on Seymour Avenue on a report of shots fired. Witnesses say a maroon or red minivan was traveling the wrong way on Seymour and someone fired multiple shots from the vehicle. 24 year…Written on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 04:32 in Local News Headlines
Ohio House Democrats pick Columbus rep as leader
Democrats in the Ohio House have picked a Columbus representative to be their new leader. State Rep. Tracy Maxwell Heard was chosen Tuesday night to replace Rep. Armond Budish of Beachwood as House minority leader. Budish said he's resigning to allow for a smoother transition before his term ends next…Written on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 04:29 in Local News Headlines
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