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  • June 2- Movie theater chain Cinemark Holdings Inc said it had received formal inquiries from the U.S. Department of Justice related to an antitrust probe, a day after larger cinema operators Regal Entertainment Group and AMC Entertainment Holdings received similar notices. Houston- based Viva Cinema sued AMC Entertainment on April 20, saying AMC had coerced...

  • Suburban Akron's Grace Cathedral is home to televangelist Ernest Angley. Ohio Supreme Court justices sided Tuesday with the church in a state Board of Tax Appeals challenge. The state argued Grace Cathedral uses the dorm to support events intended to benefit its private, for-profit subsidiaries, not the general public, and so was ineligible for a charitable...

  • Health care enrollments by state Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 5:02 PM ET

    Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • The virus that has led to the deaths of more than 44 million chickens and turkeys in the Midwest hasn't been found so far in Ohio, but state officials said banning all poultry shows is a needed step to protect Ohio's $2.3 billion poultry industry. "This was a difficult decision because it means young people can't show their birds at fairs, but it's in the best...

  • LONDON, June 2- U.S. refineries are processing the lightest cocktail of crudes for almost a quarter of a century, as they run out of room to switch light imported oils with domestic shale production. In March, U.S. refineries processed crude with an average gravity of 31.95 degrees API, the lightest combination since April 1991, according to data from the U.S. Energy...

  • CINCINNATI— A former state lawmaker from southwest Ohio was convicted Tuesday on 13 counts including theft, securities sales violations and perjury for misleading investors and using their money for personal gain. Pete Beck was acquitted in his bench trial of 25 of 38 counts, including one alleging he was part of a corrupt enterprise. The 62- year-old...

  • TOLEDO, Ohio— The state's funeral directors board on Tuesday quickly suspended the license of a funeral home where 11 bodies intended for cremation were found, some in a state of decay in a damp garage, according to investigators. The members of Ohio's Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors said the funeral home's director had treated 10 of the bodies in a way...

  • DETROIT, June 2- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in the past year has delayed the redesign or release of at least a dozen current or new vehicles in North America, according to suppliers familiar with the company's plans. FCA Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne is shuffling product plans even as he seeks a partner for his company, the seventh largest global automaker.

  • June 1- NetJets Inc, the luxury aviation unit of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc, said on Monday Jordan Hansell is stepping down as chairman and chief executive, in the midst of a bitter two-year contract dispute with its pilots. NetJets also said Bill Noe, 50, rejoined as president and chief operating officer, a position he held before leaving a few months...

  • Hutchinson, Arkansas Economic Development Commission, Arkansas Development Finance Authority and the City of Newport Economic Development Commission that makes this expansion possible, "Copeland said. In February 2014, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission and Arkansas Development Finance Authority approved an $11 million bond to help...

  • CINCINNATI— Kroger Co. will bring some 650 jobs to new centers in a Cincinnati suburb, officials said Monday. Cincinnati- based Kroger and Ohio officials announced the grocery giant's $46 million investment in buildings and renovations for a distribution center and a business administration center for customer service, human resources and digital...

  • NEW YORK— Movie theater operator AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. disclosed Monday that it received two requests for documents from U.S. agencies relating to an investigation of anticompetitive conduct. A spokesman from the Justice Department and a spokeswoman from the Ohio attorney general office declined to comment. Shares of AMC Entertainment fell 45...

  • OMAHA, Neb.— Berkshire Hathaway's NetJets unit rehired two longtime executives to lead the company in the midst of an ongoing contract dispute with its pilots union. NetJets, which sells partial ownership interests in business jets, said Monday Jordan Hansell is stepping down as chairman and CEO. A group of NetJets pilots protested outside Berkshire...

  • CHARLESTON, W.Va.— Three coal-fired power plants in West Virginia have shut down operations in a previously announced move. Appalachian Power's Kanawha River Power Station at Glasgow, the Kammer Power Station near Moundsville and the Phillip Sporn Power Station at New Haven were closed Sunday. Appalachian Power had announced in 2011 that it planned to close...

  • TOLEDO, Ohio— The head of the Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors said Monday that she'll recommend administrative charges and license suspensions for a Toledo funeral home where 11 bodies intended for cremation were found in a damp room. The board will have a special meeting Tuesday to hear about the investigation, consider evidence of possible...

  • WASHINGTON— Elfriede Rinkel's past as a Nazi concentration camp guard didn't keep her from collecting nearly $120,000 in American Social Security benefits. Rinkel admitted to being stationed at the Ravensbrueck camp during World War II, where she worked with an attack dog trained by the SS, according to U.S. Justice Department records. Rinkel is among 133...

  • Surveillance powers lapse with no deal in Senate Monday, 1 Jun 2015 | 12:56 AM ET
    Construction trailers sit in front of the new National Security Agency (NSA) data center June 10, 2013 in Bluffdale, Utah.

    The NSA lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans' phone records in bulk, after Senator Rand Paul stood in the way of the program.

  • WASHINGTON— The Obama administration says a new federal rule regulating small streams and wetlands will protect the drinking water of more than 117 million people in the country. Shelley Moore Capito, R- W.Va., is promising to "rein in" the government through legislation or other means. The rules are among a host of regulations that majority Republicans have...

  • Minutes before the Senate began its session, House Speaker John Boehner, R- Ohio, issued a brief but strong statement warning of the impact if the parts of the Patriot Act expire. Anyone who is satisfied with letting this critical intelligence capability go dark isn't taking the terrorist threat seriously, "said Boehner, who urged the Senate to pass the House bill...

  • US oil and natural gas rig count drops by 10 to 875 Friday, 29 May 2015 | 3:58 PM ET

    HOUSTON— Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. declined by 10 this week to 875.. Houston- based Baker Hughes said Friday 646 rigs were seeking oil and 225 explored for natural gas. Among major oil- and gas-producing states, Texas lost four rigs, California declined by three and Arkansas,...