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CINCINNATI (AP) - A school bus has been involved in a multi-vehicle crash in Cincinnati, sending at least 11 children to a hospital for treatment. Police haven't reported any life-threatening injuries involving students following Monday's crash, whose cause hasn't been determined. A Cincinnati Public Schools spokeswoman says a school official at Cincinnati Children's hospital reported several more children had been taken there, presumably by their families.

CINCINNATI (AP) - Cincinnati officials plan to make changes to improve operations at the city's emergency call center, which is under scrutiny after the failed response to a teen who was trapped in a vehicle and died after twice calling 911. Mayor John Cranley, council members and other city officials toured the center Monday. They say they plan to increase staffing and improve the technology and working conditions there.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Problems entering the names of Ohio individuals who are banned by law from possessing guns into a national background database will be addressed under actions announced Monday by Gov. John Kasich. But the Republican governor's executive order doesn't fix those problems outright. Instead, it convenes a committee to quickly study the size of the problem and figure out ways to fix it. Kasich says he hopes for initial answers within a month.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's Republican attorney general says a court ruling blocking a state law that diverts public money from Planned Parenthood will be appealed to the full federal appeals court in Cincinnati. Planned Parenthood says the law violates the organization's constitutional rights by denying it public funds "in retaliation for" providing abortions. A three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed last week. Attorney General Mike DeWine said Monday that he'll appeal to the full court.

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