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Ohio Stimulus Sign Critic Backed 74 Other Namings

Posted: 02/11/2010 - An Ohio state senator who's leading a charge to stamp out road signs touting stimulus spending has routinely supported memorial highway and bridge namings paid for with tax dollars.

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W.Va. Turnpike Workers Told To Make Up Storm Hours

Posted: 02/11/2010 - The State Parkways Authority says it mistakenly paid West Virginia Turnpike employees who couldn't get to work during a December storm, and they'll have to make up that time.

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New Democrat In Race For Ohio Elections Chief

Posted: 02/10/2010 - A former Columbus city council member and current county clerk says she is seeking the democratic party's nomination to become Ohio's elections chief.

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Blizzard Conditions, High Winds Worrying W.Va.

Posted: 02/10/2010 - With nine counties under blizzard warnings, emergency officials across West Virginia are worried that snow- and ice-crusted trees will snap and pull down more power lines.

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Ohio Child Abuse Database Draws Complaints

Posted: 02/10/2010 - Local child welfare agencies in Ohio complain that the state is too slow to correct errors in a new database for tracking abused and neglected children.

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W.Va. Plan For Dropouts: Raise The Age

Posted: 02/09/2010 - Lowering West Virginia's high school dropout rate could be as simple as raising the age requiring students to be in class.

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Ohio Lawmakers Work To Dump Driver Late Fees

Posted: 02/09/2010 - Ohio legislators are working on ways to end $20 fines for drivers who missed new deadlines to renew their driver licenses and vehicle registrations.

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Witness: Demjanjuk's Statements Inconsistent

Posted: 02/09/2010 - A top German investigator says there are inconsistencies in John Demjanjuk's story about where he spent World War II after being captured by the Germans.

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Ohio Governor Lashes Out At Critics Of Rail Plan

Posted: 02/09/2010 - Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland is lashing out at critics of the state's plan to use $400 million in federal stimulus money for a startup rail service, calling them "cheerleaders for failure."

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W.Va. Tuition Hikes Inevitable, Lawmakers Told

Posted: 02/04/2010 - Pressured by Gov. Joe Manchin to keep tuition rates in check this year, West Virginia's public colleges and universities are warning lawmakers that a funding crisis is near.

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WVU Gauging Student Support For Wellness Center

Posted: 02/04/2010 - West Virginia University is trying to determine whether a year-old wellness initiative for students has enough support to merit expansion and a building of its own.

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Allegheny Completes W.Va. Scrubber Project

Posted: 02/04/2010 - Allegheny Energy says it has completed installing pollution control equipment at its Fort Martin power plant in northern West Virginia.

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