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Southeast :
Judge Won't Stop Petroleum Pipeline
Judge Edward Sargus of U.S. District Court in Columbus says Marathon Ashland Petroleum obtained the proper permission from the federal government to build the 14-inch pipeline, which will stretch across the Ohio River near Huntington, West Virginia, to Columbus.

Southeast : Nelsonville
Former Sheriff In Solitary Confinement
Prison officials say Gary DeMastry has been placed in solitary confinement at Hocking Correctional Institution, and a guard has been placed on administrative leave.

Southeast : Athens
OU To Find Housing For Fraternity After House Fire
Athens Fire Chief Bob Troxel says the fraternity house sustained extensive damage.

Southeast : Portsmouth
Three Finalists Named In Search For Shawnee State President
None of the three finalists come from Ohio.

Southeast : Meigs County
Sheriff To Be County’s Lone Officer
Meigs County Sheriff Ralph Trussell says the county doesn't provide him with enough money, but commissioners say he hasn't properly managed his $596,000 annual budget.

Southeast : Piketon
Lawsuit Accuses Companies Of Altering Radiation Exposure Records
The lawsuit was filed in 2000 in federal court in Columbus under the false-claim act, but a judge only recently unsealed it for public view.

Southeast : Jackson County
Court Reinstates Lawsuit Against Former Sheriff
The lawsuit accuses former Jackson County Sheriff Greg Kiefer and agent Paul Bliss of violating Burchett's constitutional rights by keeping him handcuffed in a police car for three hours on a hot day in July 1998.

Southeast : Jackson
Lawsuit Reinstated Against Former Jackson County Sheriff
A federal appeals court reinstated a lawsuit against an Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification agent and the former Jackson County sheriff. The suit accuses the officials of illegally keeping a man handcuffed in a police car for three hours.

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