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Senators look to halt drunk driving deaths


Local Democratic chair discusses Tuesday's presidential debate


After static summer, Democratic race enters a chaotic fall


GOP Governor candidate visits Wood County


Kanawha County commissioner announces run for governor


Report: Energy Secretary Rick Perry to resign by end of 2019


Rep. Tim Ryan on his longshot bid for the presidency


At UN, Trump focuses on religious freedom, not climate


Biden: Trump ‘deserves’ to be investigated over Ukraine call


Steak, beer and politics: 2020 Democrats descend on Iowa


US to send troops to Saudi Arabia, hold off on striking Iran


Ohio AG: Purdue settlement money should be spent locally


St. Marys native appointed to House of Delegates seat


UPDATE: Ohio Senate committee to hear from gun legislation sponsors


Candidate for Governor hosts candidate training


Brown to Trump: Keep your promise on gun legislation


Democratic candidates focus on climate change in town halls


Gov. Justice holds town hall event in Vienna


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Family Circle, a pillar of women's magazines, shuts down after 87 years

The publication becomes the third of the once-dominant Seven Sisters of women's magazines to close, joining Ladies' Home Journal and McCall's.

Iowa family's basement flooded with animal blood

"Nobody wants to see that, smell that," homeowner Nick Lestina told a local TV station.

California mom sentenced to 3 weeks in college admissions cheating scandal

She paid $15,000 to have her son's ACT scores boosted and also tried to falsely identify him as a racial minority.

Chicago cancels classes Thursday as teachers vote to strike

“It's pitiful that we're at this point," said Stacy Davis Gates, vice president of the Chicago Teachers Union.

Wife of 'Tarzan' actor Ron Ely found dead at home, son suspected and killed by police

Ely, who portrayed Tarzan in the TV series in the '60s, was not harmed, a sheriff's office spokesman said.