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News Minute: Here is the latest Ohio news from The Associated Press at 5:40 p.m. EDT

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Police in Ohio's capital city of Columbus say a woman who shot at officers during a SWAT standoff has been killed. Columbus police in a statement released Saturday afternoon identified the woman as 25-year-old Kaitlin Marie Demeo, of Columbus. She was fatally shot around 8 a.m. Saturday during a standoff that began several hours earlier.

ATHENS, Ohio (AP) - A woman and her boyfriend have been indicted in southeast Ohio on aggravated murder charges in the death of the woman's 3-month-old daughter. The Athens County Prosecutor's Office says 23-year-old Christina Hazlett and 21-year-old Jerry Andresen, both of Athens, also face charges for allowing drug trafficking at their apartment and for injuring Ayla-Rae Hazlett prior to her death earlier this month.

CINCINNATI (AP) - Thousands of people gathered Saturday in communities across Ohio at March For Our Lives rallies in a movement led by students from a Florida high school where 17 people were killed in a February shooting. In Cincinnati, Young Feminists Coalition leader Rasleen Krupp told a crowd of hundreds of people that "our voices are being stifled," The Cincinnati Enquirer reported.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Utility companies are reacting in varied ways to states' demands that they return proceeds of the federal tax cut to their customers. Some companies are readily complying, while others are balking. Pressure to send the savings back to regulated companies' electricity, gas and water customers is coming from consumer groups, legislatures and elected officials from California to Florida. An estimated $1 billion this year and $5 billion over two years is at issue.

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