Ohio House aide resigns after sexual harassment complaints

A legislative aide who also was on the board of the state's largest school district has resigned from both roles after two female colleagues in the Ohio House filed sexual harassment complaints against him
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Ohio's largest school district selects new superintendent

Ohio's largest school district has announced the selection of a new superintendent
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Trump promises to rid Justice Dept. of 'lingering stench'

President Donald Trump has issued a warning about the Justice Department and the FBI, promising further firings to get rid of a "lingering stench."
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Rosenstein's fate could turn on which account Trump believes

Rosenstein is denying a report that says he suggested last year that he secretly record President Donald Trump
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DHS secretary: FEMA chief misused cars, but won't lose job

DHS has found the head of the federal disaster response agency used government vehicles without proper authorization, but will not lose his job
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Bear cam: Grizzlies put on regular show in Mission Mountains

When Stacey Thoft-Plimmer has a rough day at work, she comes home and checks how many grizzly bears are hanging around her dad's place
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Peruvian migrant worker leaves family for summer ranch work

Jose Luis Munoz Anco wears second-hand Wrangler jeans, which are too tight, so he leaves the button undone and the zipper about halfway and a belt keeps them up
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El Salvadoran refugees stuck between 2 worlds

On Sept. 9, 2019, barring any legislative change, a large swath of immigrants who fled their Central American homes looking for safer, better lives will be sent back to El Salvador.
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Idaho research wants to help keep crops standing tall

When Daniel Robertson was a kid growing up in Columbia, South Carolina, he got chased off by farmers once or twice for playing in their fields
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Meet the artist behind murals going up around Durango

Art matters for Hayley Kirkman, and that's pretty evident around Durango
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Lincoln Elementary bids farewell to volunteer 'Grandpa Jack'

Hundreds of Lincoln Elementary School students clapped and cheered for Jackie Dayley, known to many as "Grandpa"
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GOP gives Kavanaugh accuser more time to consider testifying

Kavanaugh accuser seeks one more day to decide conditions under which she would testify to Senate panel
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Committee gives Kavanaugh accuser more time

Kavanaugh accuser seeks one more day to decide conditions under which she would testify to Senate panel
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North Dakota teen athlete sets records

A 13-year-old Carpio youth is a national track-and-field champion after competing in the 35th annual Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in July
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Dubuque students help construct tiny houses

Students at Dubuque Community Schools' Alta Vista Campus worked together last week to lift a set of floor joists, setting them down on a nearby trailer
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Hope after fire: 'It feels good to be home'

Two years earlier, David Huber stood watching Plymouth United Church of Christ, where he loved to lead worship services, burn to the ground after a lightning strike sparked a fire there
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Believers, skeptics welcomed to Bigfoot Museum

Skeptics and believers alike can learn more about Bigfoot thanks to a new museum in Nebraska
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Funds for Parchman Ordeal monument being raised

Sunday Focus: Funds for Parchman Ordeal monument being raised
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EXCHANGE: Memorial marks Hamm children's' drowning

ILLINOIS EXCHANGE: Memorial marks 15 years since drowning deaths of Hamm children
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Lincoln woman recalls 20-year National Guard career

Linda Plock wore a lot of hats during her 20 years with the Nebraska Army National Guard
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South Dakota woman donates kidney to former classmate

Twenty-five years after graduating from Belle Fourche High School together, Karen Carlton and James Helmberger will forever be connected after she donated her kidney to him last month
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EXCHANGE: Police officer, barbers team up to help kids

ILLINOIS EXCHANGE: Springfield police officer, barbers team up to help kids
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Small towns trade farmland for residential development

A new study from American Farmland Trust shows development around small towns across the Midwest has contributed nearly as much to the loss of agricultural land since 1992 as urban sprawl
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Music binds couple from Georgia, to Romania to Meridian

Music binds couple from Georgia, to Romania to Meridian
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Solar entrepreneur to bring jobs, training to Minneapolis

A 39-year-old solar entrepreneur is working to reopen a shuttered workforce center as a clean energy job training hub in an area of Minneapolis that's long been isolated from such opportunities
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The Highground Veterans Memorial Park celebrates 30 years

The wind speaks when it blows across the ridge through clusters of wind chimes inscribed with 1,244 names of those from Wisconsin who died or are missing in action in the Vietnam War
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Korean kids 'driven' to build future in Montgomery schools

Korean kids 'driven' to build future in Montgomery schools: Overcoming language and cultural barriers in a cash-strapped public school system
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School district inputs program to combat possible shootings

The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation with the Oglala Lakota County School District has the most sentinel-trained officers in South Dakota with four.
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Chapel founder fills worship space with flowers for 50 years

Chapel of the Pines Church Founder Mariann Lowen has filled the Side Lake worship space with hand-picked flowers nearly every Sunday for the past 50 years
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GOP, Kavanaugh accuser in standoff over her Senate testimony

A high-stakes standoff between Republicans and the woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of a three-decade-old sexual attack is stretching into the weekend
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Alaska man tied to girl's death pleads not guilty

An Alaska man linked to a 10-year-old girl's death through her cellphone pleaded not guilty Friday to lying to federal authorities investigating the case
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The Latest: Senate committee agrees to give Ford more time

The Senate Judiciary Committee is giving Christine Blasey Ford more time to decide on the terms for her to testify about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
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