Bureau of Criminal Investigation

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WIKIPEDIA

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, November 21st:

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CLEVELAND CLINIC

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, September 15th:

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OHIO BUREAU OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

There’s a new lesson plan from Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation for fourth grade teachers throughout the state. It’s designed to help students use critical thinking and problem solving skills.

NATE MANLEY / KENTWIRED

The man allegedly involved in a hostage situation in Kent has been identified as 27-year-old Kent resident Christopher Carter.

Kent police arrived at the Villages at Franklin Crossings apartment complex around 12:30 Sunday afternoon following reports of drug activity.  Carter fled to a basement laundry room where he allegedly held a woman at knife-point.

Cleveland.com reports state investigators recovered a knife from the scene.

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STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

Ohio is going to be using some new technology to help solve missing persons cases. 

Attorney General Mike DeWine says sometimes, when bodies are discovered, they have decayed so much that it is hard to get usable DNA for identification purposes. But he says scientists at the state's Bureau of Criminal Investigation are working with new technology that will change that.