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STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Records show an Ohio judge shot and wounded outside his courthouse was overseeing a wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the man suspected of shooting him. Authorities say suspect Nathaniel Richmond was fatally shot by the judge's bailiff during the Monday altercation. Richmond was the father of a Steubenville High School football player convicted of rape in 2013 and filed the lawsuit against the Jefferson County Metropolitan Housing Authority in April.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An Indianapolis businessman has been ordered to pay $1.3 million in a six-year-old securities fraud case. The Indianapolis Business Journal reports that federal judge Jane Magnus-Stinson sided with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday and found that Tim Durham violated securities law. Magnus-Stinson calculated the $1.3 million fine by giving Durham a $130,000 penalty for each of his 10 criminal convictions. Durham was convicted of securities fraud, conspiracy and wire fraud in 2012.

OREGON, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's governor says he can't see supporting a proposed bailout of the state's nuclear plants. Gov. John Kasich said Monday that it's up to FirstEnergy Corp. to figure out how to keep its nuclear plants operating without a state-approved financial rescue. Akron-based FirstEnergy wants Ohio lawmakers to sign off on an electricity rate increase to keep alive the two nuclear plants along Lake Erie.

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A federal jury in Las Vegas has ended another day of deliberations in the retrial of four men accused of wielding assault weapons against federal agents in a 2014 standoff near the Nevada ranch of anti-government figure Cliven Bundy. Jurors returned spent a third day Monday and will return to work Tuesday in the case against Idaho defendants Scott Drexler, Eric Parker and Steven Stewart, and Ricky Lovelien of Montana and Oklahoma.

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