(UPDATED AT 3:52 P.M.) President Barack Obama said Wednesday he's decided not to release death photos of terrorist Osama bin Laden because their graphic nature could incite violence and create national security risks for the United States.
U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo, said when she got the news, she thought of all of the innocent victims of bin Laden's crimes, including the people killed during 9/11 and in the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia.
House Republicans stuck to a plan in the state budget proposal Tuesday to tax casinos on both what players spend and what they win, a move that both the gambling houses and some business groups said could shrink casino investments and cost Ohio jobs.
(UPDATED AT 9:17 P.M.) The attached list contains all of the people with outstanding warrants in Norwalk. People with outstanding warrants can turn themselves to the Norwalk PD this weekend in exchange for leniency.
(UPDATED AT 8:55 P.M.) Indians outfielder Shin-Soo Choo was arrested Monday on suspicion of drunken driving after a breathalyzer test showed he had a blood-alcohol level of .201 - more than double Ohio's legal limit of .08.
(UPDATED AT 4:57 P.M.) The fuller picture of the high-stakes assault emerged Tuesday as U.S. officials weighed whether to release secret video and photos of bin Laden, killed with a precise shot above his left eye.