Four dead in MS tornado

A tornado with winds above 136 mph tore a 25-mile path across southern Mississippi before dawn Saturday.

The suspect's name and other details weren't released Sunday. Police say the man will be in court Tuesday.

GOP lawmakers also say they're growing increasingly accustomed to expecting the unexpected from Trump.

States that are pushing for greater reliance on wind and solar power are not quite sure what to expect as Trump takes over.

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6 Ohio crime lab employees disciplined

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Ohio offers motorcycle rider education

Miracle dog survives being shot twice in head

Animal shelter rescues numerous dogs from hoarding situation

Charge dropped against man who burned flag at RNC in Ohio

Local US Navy Reservist attended inauguration and presidential ball

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Toledoans join hundreds of thousands in DC for Women's March on Washington

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Thousands march for women's rights in Ohio cities

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