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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Sherrod Brown
Ohio's U.S. senators and other members of the state's congressional delegation are pushing for extension of a health coverage tax credit they say is particularly important for Delphi salaried retirees.
Cincinnati's fire department has received more than $8 million in federal funding to hire firefighters as part of a federal program aimed at improving emergency response.
Ohio's U.S. senators and a congressman are again urging the Army Corps of Engineers to support federally-funded flood control along the Blanchard River in northwest Ohio.
A training center in northeastern Ohio is one of four military installations in the country being considered for a potential missile defense site.
Neither of Ohio's professional football teams made it to this year's Super Bowl, but the state is contributing to the big event in other ways.
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich heads into the 2014 elections with $7.9 million in the bank, after far outraising his likely Democratic challenger during the second half of 2013.
New teaser: In the pantheon of Chicago crime fighters, nobody has the worldwide reputation of Eliot Ness.
In the pantheon of Chicago crime fighters, nobody has the worldwide reputation of Eliot Ness.
Four Democratic senators are criticizing the celebrities who were shown during Sunday night's Golden Globes Awards puffing away on e-cigarettes.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Illinois' two U.S. senators are part of an effort to honor Eliot Ness, the federal agent whose unit brought down Chicago mobster Al Capone.