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U.S. not prepared to deal with widespread Ebola, experts testify

WASHINGTON — As the fourth U.S. patient diagnosed with Ebola receives treatment in a New York City hospital, witnesses told a House panel today that the U.S. remains unprepared for a widespread pandemic of the deadly virus.

This may be the best weekend to catch brilliant fall colors

If ever you could call Ohio flamboyant, this would be the weekend. It’s the big show. The last gasp, even. It’s likely to be your last chance to get out and enjoy the full beauty that is Ohio in the fall. The trees have hit their peak and will fade fast.

Police review finds officers acted within policies in shootings

A Columbus police sergeant acted within policy last fall when he shot and killed a suicidal woman on the Northwest Side. Sgt. Jeffrey Baker shot Julie Caudill, 43, at her Ponset Street house on Oct. 25, 2013, after she opened the door holding a handgun.

Photo: Quite a pitcher’s mound

The Peoli United Methodist Church in Tuscarawas County is surrounded by fall colors as sunshine moves in after a recent rainstorm. The cemetery next to the rural church southeast of Newcomerstown includes the grave of Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Denton “Cy” Young, who was born in nearby Gilmore.

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