CINCINNATI (AP) - Cincinnati police are calling a meeting of the city's businesses in the aftermath of a security breach at Procter & Gamble headquarters by Greenpeace activists. Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell says the protest was "a wake-up call." Activists got into the offices Tuesday and used zip lines to unfurl banners from the 12th floor. P&G says an activist posing as a businessman on the way to a meeting let the others in.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Attorney General's Office says it has tested more than 3,000 rape kits as it searches for DNA matches that could help solve sexual assaults. That's more than half of the 5,850 kits that law enforcement agencies have submitted to the office since Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the testing initiative in December 2011.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Supreme Court has struck down the state's child enticement law, concluding it's too broad and outlaws several activities protected by the state constitution. The 5-2 decision came in the case of a Columbus man charged with child-enticement after asking a child to carry boxes to his apartment for money.
CINCINNATI (AP) - Potential 2016 presidential candidate Rand Paul of Kentucky has been announced as keynote speaker for a major southwest Ohio GOP banquet. Hamilton County Republican Party chairman Alex Triantafilou (tree-ant-a-FEE'-loo) says the party wanted a national figure for its annual Lincoln-Reagan fundraiser dinner. He says organizers are thrilled that Paul agreed.
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