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Spring welcomes spectacular wildflower display to the Buckeye State

Ohioans will soon be treated to a spectacular display of native spring wildflowers during the months of April and May. Follow along as the bloom unfolds from south to north this spring with the Ohio wildflower bloom report, published each Friday by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Read More of "Spring welcomes spectacular wildflower display to the Buckeye State"

Toledo tied for fourth after 36 holes at Boilermaker Invitational

Toledo posted the best score in the second round with a three-under par 285 and sits in a fourth-place tie following Saturday's 36 holes at the Boilermaker Invitational. Junior Duncan McNeill propelled the Rockets to their standing near the top of the leaderboard with a five-under par 69 and is tied for second place at four-under par 140 (71-69). Read More of "Toledo tied for fourth after 36 holes at Boilermaker Invitational"

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Cybercrime, expert witnesses, driverless cars among hot topics at ABA TIPS conference

The American Bar Association Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section will celebrate its 85th year with its TIPS Section Conference, May 2-5, in Los Angeles. The four-day conference will feature panels comprised of some 60 general counsel, insurance company representatives, leading lawyers and judges from across the country. Read More of "Cybercrime, expert witnesses, driverless cars among hot topics at ABA TIPS conference"

Do 529 plans affect need-based financial aid? No!

You contributed to your Ohio’s 529 Plan account for years, starting early to take advantage of the CollegeAdvantage 529 tax benefits as well as the power of compound interest. Now, your child is now finishing high school and wants to continue their education, whether at an accredited two-year, four-year, graduate or professional, or any other post-secondary schools that accepts federal financial aid. Read More of "Do 529 plans affect need-based financial aid? No!"

Cleveland man and two Mexican nationals charged in federal court after agents seize 140 pound of methamphetamine; bust comes days after seizure of 44 pounds of heroin in Akron

Two Mexican nationals and a Cleveland man were charged in federal court after law enforcement agents seized more than 140 pounds of methamphetamine, believed to be the largest seizure of meth in Ohio history. Read More of "Cleveland man and two Mexican nationals charged in federal court after agents seize 140 pound of methamphetamine; bust comes days after seizure of 44 pounds of heroin in Akron"

Consumers have credit record rights

According to the Standard & Poor’s Global Financial Literacy Survey, only 57 percent of adults in the United States are considered financially literate. April is National Financial Literacy Month and a good time to take steps toward becoming more financially savvy so you will be subject to fewer risks and a brighter financial future. Here, attorney Ronald Burdge of Burdge Law Office Co., LPA provides an overview of credit scores and why it is important to be vigilant about maintaining credit records. Read More of "Consumers have credit record rights"

Ohio requiring prescription drug transparency for consumers

Ohio Department of Insurance Director Jillian Froment recently issued a bulletin requiring heightened protections for Ohio consumers related to prescription drug prices. As consumers face rising health care costs, the bulletin provides Ohioans with better information that could help them save money on prescription drugs. Read More of "Ohio requiring prescription drug transparency for consumers"

Ohioans fish for free the first weekend in May

Ohio is known for its world-class fishing, and on May 5-6, anglers are invited to take part in the annual free fishing weekend, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Ohio’s Free Fishing Days are open to all Ohio residents and extend to all of Ohio’s public waters, including Lake Erie and the Ohio River. This is the only weekend all year that does not require anyone 16-years-old or older to obtain a fishing license. Read More of "Ohioans fish for free the first weekend in May"

Rockets sweep Athlete of the Week honors

The Toledo women's tennis program swept Mid-American Conference Player of the Week honors, the league office announced last Wednesday. Senior Colleen O'Brien was recognized as the singles player of the week while the pair of senior Sidnay Huck and junior Kokoro Chishaki took home doubles team of the week. Read More of "Rockets sweep Athlete of the Week honors"

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Filing deadlines debated in chronic brain injury case filed by a former college football players

The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday, April 11th, heard three oral arguments, including an appeal from an Ohioan who played football for the University of Notre Dame in the 1970s and sued the school for failing to protect him from head injuries that turned into a chronic disease decades later. But a Cuyahoga County common pleas court ruled he waited too long to file the case. Read More of "Filing deadlines debated in chronic brain injury case filed by a former college football players"

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