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CINCINNATI (AP) - Timeline: Monthlong chase of homeless appears near end

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Two candidates for Ohio treasurer have very different ideas about how they'd run the office. The Columbus Dispatch reports that Democrat Rob Richardson wants to take a more expanded and active role as treasurer, while Republican Robert Sprague has a more traditional, but updated, view of the job. Both are vying to succeed GOP Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, who's term-limited.

CLEVELAND (AP) - Police say a man has been beaten outside a house in Cleveland and has died. Cleveland police say the 33-year-old man was beaten around 11:30 p.m. Saturday. Police say first responders found the man with blunt force injuries to his head and neck and transported him to a hospital, where he died. Authorities didn't immediately release his identity. Police say a suspect confronted the man in front of house that the victim was visiting, assaulted him and then left the scene.

CINCINNATI (AP) - Officials in Ohio have unveiled a mural dedicated to Fiona, the baby hippo at Cincinnati Zoo that beat the odds and survived, despite being born nearly two months early. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports the mural featuring a smiling Fiona and her mother Bibi was revealed recently in the city's Central Business District. The mural was designed by Lucie Rice, who competed with more than 60 artists to win the Fiona Mural Contest.

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