COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The son of Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro is seeking to get his father's prison diary and other property from his cell after Castro took his own life. Ariel Anthony Castro tells The Columbus Dispatch he's haunted by lingering questions about his father's September death.
CINCINNATI (AP) - Officials at a Christian school in Cincinnati have pulled a teacher out of the classroom after a nude photo of her surfaced online. A spokesman for the school tells The Cincinnati Enquirer it is investigating after the image of the unidentified teacher was put on a so-called "revenge porn" website.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Gas prices have dipped below $3 a gallon at many gas stations across Ohio. The auto club AAA says the statewide average has dropped 6 cents since Monday to $3.08, with the average in the Toledo region down to $2.95.
(AP) - An arctic blast of cold and snow sweeping across the northern Plains is headed Ohio's way. The state has been enjoying unseasonably-warm weather this week but forecasters say the temperature could plunge by as much as 40 degrees by the weekend with snowfall possible in some southwestern and central areas of the state tomorrow.
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