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16 Rockets named MAC Distinguished Scholar Athletes

Sixteen University of Toledo student-athletes were named Distinguished Scholar-Athletes from the spring season by the Mid-American Conference. The awards were voted on by faculty athletic representatives at MAC institutions representing the 'best of the best' from each sport's Academic All-MAC team. Read More of "16 Rockets named MAC Distinguished Scholar Athletes"

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Lawmakers seek $25 million for rural industrial park fund

Repealed in 2015, the Rural Industrial Park Loan Fund, which had not received appropriations for some four years at the time, would again fund loans for industrial park development in rural Ohio if the sponsors of House Bill 695 successfully champion the measure. Read More of "Lawmakers seek $25 million for rural industrial park fund"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

529 plans team up with scholarships

One of the most frequently asked questions we hear at Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, is, “What happens to the 529 if my child receives a full ride?” We certainly hope your child does earn that amazing academic or athletic achievement; however, research shows that the odds do not seem to be in their favor. Read More of "529 plans team up with scholarships"

Attorney General DeWine announces six arrests following seizure of $3.4 million in cocaine

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and members of the Central Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission/High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Task Force announced recently the arrests of six people following the seizure of approximately 75 pounds of cocaine. Read More of "Attorney General DeWine announces six arrests following seizure of $3.4 million in cocaine"

Author of state health care transparency law offers revision

The southwest Ohio lawmaker who devised the Ohio Price Transparency Law in 2015 has proposed a new version of the law, making health insurance companies responsible for estimates of health care costs rather than physicians - as originally enacted. Read More of "Author of state health care transparency law offers revision"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Supreme Court of Ohio considers disciplinary action against attorney who accused judges of incompetence

The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, June 26th, heard four oral arguments, including an issue brought by the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct which is recommending a one-year suspension with six months stayed for Cleveland attorney Richard A. Oviatt. According to the board’s report, the attorney “impugned the integrity of the judges from the Eighth District Court of Appeals by accusing them of incompetence, corruption, and criminal conduct.” Read More of "Supreme Court of Ohio considers disciplinary action against attorney who accused judges of incompetence"

Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio

Attorney General DeWine announces $100 million multistate settlement with Citibank over Libor manipulation

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, along with 41 other attorneys general, recently announced a $100 million settlement with Citibank for fraudulent conduct involving the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, a key interest rate with widespread impact on global markets. Read More of "Attorney General DeWine announces $100 million multistate settlement with Citibank over Libor manipulation"

Residents of Ohio’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities rate their providers

The Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, a division of the Ohio Department of Aging, has released results of the 2017 Long-Term Care Resident Satisfaction Survey. The survey, conducted through face-to-face interviews with residents of nursing homes and residential care (assisted living) facilities, gauges residents’ satisfaction with an array of focus areas related to their care and everyday life. Read More of "Residents of Ohio’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities rate their providers"

Supreme Court of Ohio considers prosecutorial opposition to new trial for man sentenced to death for murder

The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, June 26th, heard four oral arguments, including a challenge by the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office of the new trial ordered for Anthony Apanovitch who was sentenced to death for the 1984 murder and rape of a Cleveland woman. Read More of "Supreme Court of Ohio considers prosecutorial opposition to new trial for man sentenced to death for murder"

Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio

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