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Constitutionality of proposed law to add impaired individuals to protected class in doubt

A third hearing of a House bill devised to protect some of society's most vulnerable from opportunistic voyeurs encountered a hiccup during a hearing last week before lawmakers seated for the Senate Judiciary Committee. Read More of "Constitutionality of proposed law to add impaired individuals to protected class in doubt"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Inaugural Rockets’ Wine Night set for Wednesday, Feb. 21 vs. EMU

The University of Toledo will host the inaugural Rockets' Wine Night at Savage Arena prior to the women's basketball game vs. Eastern Michigan on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Heidelberg Distributing will feature 12 of their most popular wines in the Fetterman Practice Gym beginning at 5:30 p.m. Tipoff for the basketball game is 7:00 p.m. Read More of "Inaugural Rockets’ Wine Night set for Wednesday, Feb. 21 vs. EMU"

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Ohio Wildlife Diversity Conference examines Ohio’s predators

Join us as we welcome experts from here in Ohio and across the country to examine Ohio’s predatory animals at the 34th annual Ohio Wildlife Diversity Conference hosted by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) on Tuesday, March 6, at the Ohio Union on The Ohio State University’s campus in Columbus. Read More of "Ohio Wildlife Diversity Conference examines Ohio’s predators"

Proposal designed to stem $4 million soil, water conservation shortfall

Devised initially as a budget amendment, House Bill 463 secured a first hearing before Energy and Natural Resources Committee members in the Ohio House of Representatives recently after the amendment was not included in the budget bill approved earlier this session. Read More of "Proposal designed to stem $4 million soil, water conservation shortfall"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

The Presidency

Because we live in such tumultuous political times, it’s easy to believe that today’s intense public focus on the Trump presidency is something new — an obsession like none we’ve ever seen before. Yet to one degree or another, the president has always been at the center of the public’s attention. Read More of "The Presidency"

Lee Hamilton, Center on Congress Senior Advisor

Toledo to hold 12th-annual ‘Rockets for the Cure’ day on Feb. 17 vs. WMU

Toledo will hold its 12th-annual 'Rockets for the Cure' day on Saturday, Feb. 17, as the Midnight Blue & Gold entertain Western Michigan at 2:00 p.m. in Savage Arena. The MAC West Division showdown will help benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Northwest Ohio, the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center and the University of Toledo Center for Health and Successful Living. The Rockets encourage everyone in attendance to wear pink in support of cancer research. Read More of "Toledo to hold 12th-annual ‘Rockets for the Cure’ day on Feb. 17 vs. WMU"

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Leader of Las Vegas to Columbus marijuana ring sentenced

Adrian A. Douglas, 48, of Columbus, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 144 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute more than 1,000 kilograms of marijuana and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Douglas led a Central Ohio marijuana trafficking ring that involved receiving UPS shipments of the drug from Las Vegas and mailing cash back to the supplier. He pleaded guilty to the two charges in June 2017. Read More of "Leader of Las Vegas to Columbus marijuana ring sentenced"

Ohio to share insurance expertise with national insurance organization

Director Jillian Froment announced that the Ohio Department of Insurance is serving on 18 National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) committees and task forces in 2018 to collaborate with other states on critical insurance matters such as innovation and technology, protecting seniors, fighting fraud, appropriate business conduct, and the effective financial condition monitoring of companies. Froment will serve as Vice Chair of the Life Insurance and Annuities Committee. Read More of "Ohio to share insurance expertise with national insurance organization"

Financial advisor from Shaker Heights charged with embezzling $287,000 from client

A Shaker Heights man was charged in federal court with defrauding an investor out of more than $287,000, said U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman, FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen D. Anthony and IRS Special Agent in Charge Ryan L. Korner. Read More of "Financial advisor from Shaker Heights charged with embezzling $287,000 from client"

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