WAVERLY, Ohio - An Ohio sheriff says he believes whoever killed eight family members in April were from the area and not out-of-towners.Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader made his comments to WCPO-TV in Cincinnati for a story Monday.Seven adults and a teenage boy from the Rhoden family were found shot to death at four homes near Piketon on April ... (more)

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An ex-sheriff's deputy in Ohio who was indicted in two separate fatal shootings has a date for his first trial.

The Ohio Attorney General's Office released heavily redacted autopsy reports Friday on eight people shot to death in a mass killing in April at multiple locations in Pike County, about 70 miles east of Cincinnati. The majority of each report has been removed from public view, including how many times each victim was shot or other injuries each may have sustained.

The state Supreme Court has ended settlement talks in a lawsuit seeking final autopsy reports in the unsolved slayings of eight family members in southern Ohio. At issue is a complaint by The Columbus Dispatch that's before the court.

Another courtroom battle may be ahead in Rhoden family massacre With family's homes being taken away as evidence, it's hard for them to plan, move on. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2dl3Tic Gary Rhoden, 38, was laid to rest in South Shore, KY.