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# Ohio

Last month
September 2023
US authorities release video showing deadly police shooting of pregnant black woman
Ta’Kiya Young, a 21-year-old from Columbus, Ohio, was pronounced dead shortly after the shooting.
This year
Pregnant woman in US fatally shot by toddler son
Laura Ilg was 33 weeks pregnant when she was rushed to hospital after her 2-year-old accidentally shot her.
Derailed cargo train in US leaking hazardous gas
50 cars of the 140-car train came off the tracks late Friday, causing a massive fire.
Residents evacuated as train derailment causes large fire in Ohio
The train was carrying a variety of freight from Madison, Illinois, to Conway, Pennsylvania, rail operator Norfolk Southern said.
Last year
Maguire right in the hunt as US teen Li leads by one at LPGA Dana Open
Maguire is three shots off the lead heading into Sunday.
Suspect who tried to breach FBI office in US city dies in stand-off
The FBI warned agents to take extra precautions amid increased social media threats to its employees and facilities.
US police confirm that Ohio ten-year-old crossed state lines for abortion
The story garnered attention as a shocking effect of the overturning of Roe v Wade.
All time
Ohio woman pleads guilty over plot that led to deaths of eight family members
Angela Wagner, 50, admitted conspiracy to commit aggravated murder, along with burglary, evidence tampering and other charges.
Trump airs old election grievances and baseless claims of fraud in return to rally stage
His appearance was designed to undermine a Republican politician who voted for his impeachment.
Trump targeting Republican impeachment voter as he returns to rally stage
Trump’s event at Ohio’s Lorain County Fairgrounds, not far from Cleveland, will be held today to support Max Miller.
McIlroy level par at halfway mark as Lowry's second round delayed in Ohio
The weather has caused havoc at the Memorial Tournament.
Ohio announces first million dollar vaccine lottery winner
More than 2.7 million adults signed up for the prize and over 104,000 children aged 12 to 17 entered the draw for a college scholarship.
In Ohio, people who get a Covid vaccine are entered in a draw for $1 million
The state will give a $1 million prize away every week for five weeks in a lottery open to residents who have received at least one dose of a vaccine.
'She was just a kid': Protests held in US state of Ohio after police fatally shoot black teenager
The girl was shot after she appeared to attempt to stab two people.
Ohio police officer fired over fatal shooting of black man
Officer Adam Coy shot Andre Hill and refused to give him first aid for several minutes.
McIlroy loses ground, Tiger dances with the cut as Finau shares lead at Memorial
Woods looks set to sneak into the weekend if the cut settles at +3.
Trump to hold first 2020 rally in Ohio as McConnell says he's not ruling out witnesses in Senate trial
Ohio, once an extremely competitive swing state, has trended more towards voting Republican in recent years.
Four 'extremely dangerous' inmates overpower guards and escape jail in Ohio
Police believe the men may have had outside help that allowed them to escape.
Brother of gymnast Simone Biles charged over triple murder in US
Three people were killed in a shooting at a New Year’s Eve party in Ohio.
Ohio shooter's parents apologise for 'insensitive' obituary that didn't mention 'terrible tragedy'
Nine people were killed in the mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio earlier this month.
Police divided on whether gunman in Ohio shooting intentionally killed his sister
Nine people were killed and a further 16 people were injured in a mass shooting on 4 August.
El Paso shooting suspect told police he was targeting Mexicans
22 people were killed and about two dozen were injured in the shooting at a Walmart store.
Trump says US needs 'meaningful background checks' on gun holders
Trump’s comments follow mass shootings in Ohio and Texas last weekend in which 31 people died.
Trump says he had 'amazing day' after meeting victims of latest mass shootings
The US president faced protests as he met victims in Ohio and Texas, but the White House said he was ‘treated like a rock star’.
'Do something': Protesters greet Trump in Ohio as he visits mass shooting victims
The US President will visit El Paso later today.
El Paso residents tell Trump to stay away as Republican governor in Ohio backs gun reforms
Locals in the predominantly-Latino border town said the president is part of the problem ahead of his visit tomorrow.
Barack Obama: Americans should reject leaders who 'normalise' racism
Obama did not mention President Trump by name.
Trump says 'hate has no place' in US, but also blames mental illness for mass shootings
Trump will make a televised address later today.
Gunman's sister among nine killed in Ohio shooting, according to local police
The shooter was shot dead by police.
Late stumble sees McIlroy miss cut in Dublin
The 30-year-old narrowly missed out on the weekend’s action in Ohio.
Trump says he 'didn't get a thank you' for John McCain's state funeral
Trump was speaking at a rally in Ohio yesterday evening.
Someone called police thinking Ohio Air Force base was under attack - it was actually a drill
Workers at Wright-Patterson were told to shelter in place on the base.
Ohio killer spared the death penalty after the extent of childhood abuse revealed
A juror came forward to say that not enough detail had been given about the abuse Raymond Tibbetts suffered as a child.
A St. Patrick's Day parade in a small Mayo village managed to make it onto Fox News in Ohio this week
The presenters of the news show were baffled about what “Gaelic football” was.
Two police officers shot dead responding to 'domestic situation' at home in Ohio
The local police chief called the men “true American heroes”.
US death row inmate to get pillow to help him breathe during execution
Alva Campbell was sentenced to death for gunning down a teenager he held hostage.
North Korea prisoner was blind, deaf, 'jerking violently' and howling when released, parents say
Fred and Cindy Warmbier said their son was tortured.
Second video emerges of US officer repeatedly punching black man
“Violence and use of force in any situation is disturbing and difficult to watch,” the city’s mayor said.
'He's biting my nose': Rescued boa constrictor killed after attacking US woman
“I’ve never heard of this before,” the dispatcher says in a recording of the call.
Malfunction in US fairground ride throws riders 50 feet through the air, killing one and injuring seven
The Fire Ball ride is an attraction at the Ohio State Fair, which opened yesterday.