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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader, and Pike County Prosecutor Rob Junk announced recently that a husband, wife, and their two adult sons have been arrested for the murders of eight people in rural Pike County.
The University of Toledo appointed new leadership to the Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women, which promotes the personal and professional advancement of women at UT and in the surrounding community and offers scholarships to UT students.
The Toledo women's swimming and diving team finished sixth at the Zippy Invitational in Akron, Ohio the first weekend of December, earning 710.5 points over three days. The Rockets recorded 86 season-best times and 14 career-best times, and finished in the top-10 nine times. Freshman Ashley Jeffreys highlighted the meet by swimming the 100 backstroke in 55.85, which ranks as the seventh best time ever in that event in UT history.
Seven people have been indicted on federal firearms charges.
Nearly 600 attorneys took their oaths and received their certificates to practice law before all seven justices at the Ohio Supreme Court’s annual fall bar admission ceremony at the Palace Theatre in Columbus.
A former executive director of a Cleveland community development corporation was arrested this morning for embezzling more than $172,000 from the Collinwood and Nottingham Villages Development Corporation.
We'd all like a "better" internet in terms of privacy, politeness, taste and safety. And who would oppose eliminating false or misleading information from social media sites, or preventing online bullying and such?
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced that his office’s Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy has received two grants totaling $280,000 to provide training for Ohio law enforcement officers on topics including identifying impaired drivers and investigating traffic collisions.
Toledo overcame a cold shooting performance from the field in Savage Arena last Saturday afternoon to extend its winning streak to five games with an 80-67 victory over Cleveland State (2-7). The Rockets (7-1) shot just 38.7 percent from the field but offset that atypical shooting performance with a season-low four turnovers.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted just recently announced 10,876 new entities filed to do business in Ohio last month, an increase of 1,626 when compared to October 2017.
Toledo extended its winning streak to three-consecutive games with a 58-48 victory at Memphis on Saturday in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse. With the triumph, UT improves to 5-2 on the season.
An Akron man was sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison after ordering 500 grams of a fentanyl analogue from China.
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An experimental drug is showing some promise in stopping mood abnormalities and cognitive disorders similar to those seen in people with Gulf War illness, according to the results of an Ohio State University-led animal study.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
A group that advocates on behalf of individuals who wish to freely live out their faith has taken up the cause of a Shawnee State University philosophy professor who faces "corrective actions" by his employer over a transgender student's complaint.
Along with our age-based investment options, Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, offers age-based savings strategies for parents who want to select their own 529 investment options. No matter how old your child is, Ohio’s 529 Plan has guidance on what to do at this current stage of their life. It’s never too early and never too late to save for their higher education. In this fourth article of a six-part series, Ohio’s 529 Plan shares recommendations on what steps to take to build a 529 college savings account from when your child is entering high school.
Ohio's statewide academic library's mission to provide the higher education community with access to print and digital resources continues to expand with its latest partnership.
The Ohio Supreme Court rejected a Sunoco gasoline middleman’s argument that the company was entitled to a $417,000 commercial activities tax (CAT) refund. The Court found the company is not exempt from paying state tax on the more than 11 billion gallons of fuel it sold to northern Ohio retail stations annually.