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Court professionals from across Ohio gathered this fall for their annual three-day conference in Columbus.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced today that deaths caused by traffic crashes on Ohio’s roads this year have increased over 2018, making 2019 one of the deadliest years on Ohio roads during this decade.
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2020 is full of opportunities to save for your child’s higher education. And with Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, it’s simple to do.
First Amendment issues were as controversial and multi-faceted as anything in our fractured, divided society last year and it doesn’t look like that will change in 2020.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services plans to offer grants totaling $7 million to grow the number of publicly funded child care providers and improve the quality of existing providers.
The state's so-called sore loser law arguably interfered with the rights of a northeast Ohio electorate to select the candidate of its own choice to serve as mayor.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, as counsel for Gov. Mike has filed a complaint seeking the suspension and removal of Sandusky County Prosecutor Tim Braun.
The Ohio Supreme Court issued partially stayed suspensions to two Ohio lawyers who neglected client matters and made false statements during their disciplinary proceedings.
A free market in alcoholic beverages has never existed in American history.
Despite a White House threat to eliminate all federal funds for the Legal Services Corporation, Congress last month approved $440 million for LSC for fiscal 2020 – an increase of $25 million above current funding of $415 million.
Eleven people were indicted in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to operate an illegal gambling business and a conspiracy to launder monetary instruments.
Lawmakers in the Ohio Senate have taken up a bill that would expand the state's debt adjustment law to include debt relief and debt settlement services.
(BPT) Natural disasters cost Americans $91 billion in damages in 2018, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The innovation arm of Gov. Mike DeWine's administration recently announced a plan to aggressively expand and enhance the state's broadband network.
A Highland County man did not suffer a “manifest injustice” that would allow him to withdraw his guilty plea when a trial judge told him that 21 years of his 35-year prison sentence was nonmandatory rather than mandatory, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Between scattershot media reports and the unsolicited auto warranty offers that fill mailboxes, motorists may easily overlook or miss an official recall notice from their auto manufacturer.
The BodyHoliday is one of many luxury wellness retreats that have risen in popularity over the last few years.
Tasting terroir, or a sense of place, isn’t only reserved for wine lovers drinking a glass of burgundy or champagne from France.