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Kasich packs final Cabinet confab with firsthand accounts

Kasich packs final Cabinet confab with firsthand accounts

COLUMBUS(AP) — It was classic John Kasich.
At a wide-ranging final meeting with top advisers, the outspoken governor of Ohio reveled in big accomplishments, lamented defeats, recounted challenges, ribbed staff, castigated fellow Republicans and ordered at least one more program begun: "You got 24 hours. Do it."
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Quotes from John Kasich during his time as Ohio governor

Quotes from John Kasich during his time as Ohio governor

Gov. John Kasich came into office eight years ago with a blunt warning and rarely shied away from making bold statements. The Republican who spoke off the cuff even during major speeches often peppered his exchanges with folksy sayings and scripture. Over the years, his tone has shifted from scolding and brash to encouraging and dow ... (full story)


Defense challenge confession of mom charged in sons' deaths

BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio (AP) — The woman sat emotionless, never once glancing at the images as photos from the autopsies of the three young sons she is accused of killing flashed on a giant screen.
She didn't look when doctors pointed out the bruises on the bodies, or when they discussed the mark on the nose of one son that aut ... (full story)


Crew plans to start stadium construction this summer

Crew plans to start stadium construction this summer

COLUMBUS (AP) — The Columbus Crew has new owners and management, and the team plans a summer groundbreaking for a $230 million downtown stadium.
The Save the Crew movement gained momentum last year after the team owner, Precourt Sports Ventures, announced plans to move the franchise to Austin, Texas.
The incoming ownersh ... (full story)


Medieval woman's art career revealed by blue stains on teeth

Medieval woman's art career revealed by blue stains on teeth

WASHINGTON (AP) — About 1,000 years ago, a woman in Germany died and was buried in an unmarked grave in a church cemetery. No record of her life survived, and no historian had reason to wonder who she was. But when modern scientists examined her dug-up remains, they discovered something peculiar — brilliant blue flecks i ... (full story)