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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, June 15:

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, April 20:

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A Sandusky judge has suspended the county's embattled prosecutor. The suspension was issued after Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed a complaint to remove the prosecutor from office based on his admission of negligent assault.

Sandusky County Prosecutor Tim Braun pleaded guilty in court to one count of negligent assault. State investigators say Braun committed a number of inappropriate actions in office such as groping female subordinates and conducting a criminal investigation in order to obtain private cell phone records of female subordinates.

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Theme park operator Six Flags has approached Cedar Fair, owner of the Cedar Point amusement park, with a potential merger, according to a story released by Reuters.

Dennis Speigel, president of the consulting firm International Theme Park Services, says a merger would be momentous.

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, May 20, 2019:

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, Feb. 25:

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Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, Jan. 15:

Steel Vengeance is the world's tallest hybrid roller coaster.
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In Sandusky, Cedar Point has started construction on a new indoor sports complex. Officials hope it will draw in large youth sports tournaments.

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, June 25:

  • Akron begins process of revitalizing Rolling Acres Mall property;
  • Radioactive soil begins transport from Ohio to Michigan landfill;
  • Suspect arrested in hit-and-run that killed Mentor officer;
  • Ohio reaches settlement with inmate over strip search;
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame gives Cleveland residents free admission;
  • Sandusky bar shooting injures five, no arrests made;

Akron begins process of revitalizing Rolling Acres Mall property

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Here are your morning headlines for Friday, June 15:

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ANDY CHOW / STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

Gov. John Kasich is taking the state government on the road to Sandusky for his annual State of the State speech. The city that sits on the coast of Lake Erie is preparing to tell Kasich and other leaders what they need to know about their town. There are many stories to tell, with one common thread.

Lacy Hamilton walks into Better Half Diner, a local Sandusky spot, and sits down at a table with a cup of coffee and the daily newspaper.

John Kasich in New Hampshire
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Gov. John Kasich has decided where he wants to deliver his seventh annual address to the Legislature. 

At a forum for reporters last month, Kasich paused when asked by a journalist from Sandusky about a standing invitation to bring his State of the State there.

“With all the other issues on your plate, have you had time to pencil that in yet or at least think about it?”

“I can’t really comment on all that.”