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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Officials say a ride that broke apart at the Ohio State Fair, killing one man and injuring seven other people Wednesday evening, passed its inspections. Director of Agriculture David Daniels says all of rides are checked several times when they're being set up to ensure they're set up the way the manufacturer intended. Officials say the Fire Ball ride was inspected at a couple of different stages and was signed off Wednesday.

BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio (AP) - Attorneys for an Ohio woman accused of suffocating her three sons out of jealousy over the attention her husband gave them say her videotaped confession should be tossed after experts concluded she has brain damage. The Dayton Daily News reports attorneys for Brittany Pilkington say trauma and lead poisoning from childhood impaired her ability to "knowingly" waive her rights to police. The Bellefontaine woman is charged with aggravated murder for her sons' deaths.

LUCASVILLE, Ohio (AP) - A child killer has been put to death with no apparent complications in Ohio's first execution since a problem-plagued one 3½ years ago. Forty-three-year-old was condemned to die Wednesday for the 1993 rape and slaying of his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio state senator who helped write the law restricting the use of traffic enforcement cameras calls the state Supreme Court decision Wednesday striking down that 2015 law a "pyrrhic victory" for home-rule cities and villages. State. Sen. Bill Seitz, a Cincinnati Republican, says there are "other tools in the tool kit" the Legislature can use when it reconvenes in September.

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