In 2011, after growing increasingly frustrated with his youngest son’s behavioral problems, Chuck Ellis turned to therapeutic wilderness camping.
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Rep. Ryan Smith, R-Bidwell, has introduced a bill into the Ohio General Assembly that would ban certain drugs from being prescribed or dispensed without a review.
A man’s conviction for assaulting a Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections employee was affirmed late last month after the 12th District Court of Appeals ruled he properly pleaded guilty to the offense.
The Bowling Green State University men's basketball team recorded 10 blocked shots and eight steals to overcome an early deficit and top the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, 74-62, in non-conference action on Monday night in the Stroh Center in Bowling Green, Ohio.
The Supreme Court of Ohio ruled late last month that a man waived his Confrontation Clause challenge when he stipulated to the admissibility and content of a nontestifying analyst’s scientific report.
The Third District Court of Appeals recently ruled that the Seneca County Court of Common Pleas properly denied an oral request for a continuance at a sentencing hearing.
After gaining unanimous support in the House, a bill that would permit public schools to procure epinephrine autoinjectors without a license for use in specified emergency situations is moving on to the Senate.
The Sixth District Court of Appeals recently affirmed the decision of the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas denying a defendant’s motion for a new trial 18 years after he committed a double homicide.
The Bowling Green State University ice hockey team lost to 16th-ranked Lake Superior State University on Saturday night (Nov.30), 4-3, in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association affair. Playing in front of 1,601 fans at the Taffy Abel Arena, the Falcons saw two different skaters score goals, while freshman goaltender Tomas Sholl (2-6-0) turned away 28-of-32 shots.
The 11th District Court of Appeals ruled recently that a defendant did not receive ineffective assistance of counsel that resulted in an involuntary guilty plea in the Ashtabula County Court of Common Pleas.
The Eighth District Court of Appeals recently affirmed the judgment of the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas when it ruled that Martin Forte was properly convicted of drug possession, drug trafficking and possession of criminal tools.
The Sixth District Court of Appeals recently affirmed the judgment of conviction entered in the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas after a jury found Terrance Lee Taylor guilty of murder and aggravated robbery.
The Bowling Green State University women's basketball team, leading by just six points at the half, used a strong second-half start to fly past Monmouth University. The Falcons improved to 7-1 on the year with a 71-48 win over the Hawks on Sunday, December 1st.
More than 60 lawmakers have signed on to support a bipartisan proposal designed to grow alternative fuel use in Ohio.
The 10th District Court of Appeals recently ruled that a trial court must determine the age a man’s victim before it can grant his request to seal the record of his misdemeanor conviction.
In strong proponent testimony for a bill that would modify the prohibition against carrying a concealed handgun on the premises of places of worship, daycare facilities, school safety zones, certain government facilities and public areas of airport terminals and police stations, an Upper Arlington resident questioned the current safety of such areas.
A Mount Vernon lawmaker has introduced a bill into the legislature that would change Ohio law concerning assistance or service dogs.
Let’s start with the obvious: A democracy needs intelligence agencies. It needs to know what’s happening in the world — and understand the plans of allies and enemies — to keep the nation prepared and secure.
The 12th District Court of Appeals recently rejected a Calvin Simmons Sr.’s claim that an officer acted illegally when he forced Simmons to the ground and pulled drugs from Simmons’ mouth.
A 10th District Court of Appeals panel recently affirmed that a man cannot withdraw his guilty plea simply because he had a “change of heart.”