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Judge agrees with Obama campaign that the law was unconstitutional.
Instead of campaigning at Luke Easter Park, the president will visit Louisiana in the wake of Tropical Storm Isaac
For the last Rockin' on the River show of the season, promoter Bob Earley has lined up Satisfaction, the International Rolling Stones Show.
About 200 attendees filled the Brecksville Community Center Thursday night.
For kids under 18, even talking on cell phones while driving will be illegal in Cuyahoga Falls and across Ohio.
This week you told us what songs you're embarrassed to listen to and we made a Spotify playlist.
The Sept. 1 festival at Hale Farm & Village in Bath Township and features local artists working with wood, glass and other mediums.
The 11th Congressional District Labor Day parade begins at 10 a.m. at East 146th Street and Kinsman Road
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that current outbreak is largest ever in the United States.
The group says that medical insurers should pay for the procedure.
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