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A bill naming an Ohio airport for astronaut John Glenn has cleared the state Legislature.
In a gesture of bipartisan cooperation, the Republican-dominated Ohio House and Senate approved a bill Wednesday adding the 94-year-old Democrat's name to Port Columbus International Airport.
Raised in New Concord, Ohio, Glenn flew 59 combat missions during World War II and 63 ground support missions during the Korean War.
In a gesture of bipartisan cooperation, the Republican-dominated Ohio House voted Wednesday to support a bill adding the 94-year-old Democrat's name to Port Columbus International Airport.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Kansas City is closing this month after 36 years, forcing the mental health community and the many people who have relied on the organization for help to find other programs and services to fill the gap. …
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The Latest on trash left behind at a California lake after an annual trip by fraternity and sorority members (all times local):
University of Oregon officials say they are investigating whether other campus fraternities and sororities were responsible for a trash-strewn mess at a California lake after one fraternity was suspended.
Vice President for Student Life Robin Holmes said in a statement that the national fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha, has suspended all the activities of its University of Oregon chapter.
Holmes said the mess left at Slaughterhouse Island in Lake Shasta over the weekend was disgraceful.
Naperville produced more National Merit Scholarship winners than any other community in the state, including Chicago and Wilmette combined. Twenty-two Naperville residents and a Bolingbrook student who attends a Naperville school were among the 2,500 students across the United States to receive
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