Gov. John Kasich's signature on a measure aimed at keeping up with bar and restaurant liquor- and wine-sample practices around the Buckeye State would allow permit holders to dispense with the symbolic 25-cent charge on two ounces of beer or wine.
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Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge David T. Matia will serve as president of the Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association for 2017 following his election earlier this month during the group’s annual winter conference.
Most law enforcement records involving the investigation of a suspect become public record once the suspect’s trial concludes, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Prevent Blindness offers free educational resources
The Toledo baseball program will be hosting a free baseball coaches clinic on Wednesday, Feb. 8 from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced recently that forensic scientists with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) have now conducted DNA testing on 12,000 rape kits as part of a special initiative to secure justice for victims of sexual assault in Ohio.
Future Rocket Zaria Wright was recently announced as a nominee for the 2017 McDonald's All-America game.
In the first media announcement of the New Year, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted announced that the state’s new online voter registration system has gone live at midnight.
The Supreme Court of Ohio recently heard oral arguments in six cases at the start of the new year including a challenge by the City of Dayton against legislation passed in 2014 that places limits on how automated traffic cameras can be used to catch people running red lights and speeding through intersections.
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel announced recently the release of his Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Report highlighting the work being done to make government more transparent and open to the people.
Amended statewide rules governing court-appointed lawyers took effect at the start of this month under Rule 8 of the Supreme Court Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio.
(Mahoning) A Boardman man was charged in federal court with defrauding investors out of nearly $1.2 million and related tax violations, said Carole S. Rendon, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, Stephen D. Anthony, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI and Troy Stemen, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the IRS’s Cincinnati Field Office.
Ohio EPA has finalized the 2017 Program Management Plan for the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF). The fund provides financial and technical assistance to projects that improve the quality of Ohio's rivers, streams, lakes and other water bodies.
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The Toledo Women's Track & Field team earned wins from Alexa Jarrett in the pole vault and from Joan Jepkirui in the 1,600-meter run to finish in second place at the Bowling Green Opener on Saturday afternoon in the Perry Fieldhouse.
In one of several year-end decisions released by the Ohio Supreme Court as part of its transition process, a divided court ruled in favor of the Ford Motor Company in a faulty fuel tank case.
A bill initiated in the Ohio House of Representatives to allow small-population township police departments to patrol state and U.S. highways has been sent to Gov. John Kasich for his signature after clearing the Ohio Senate.
Ohio Revised Code §2329.53 requires the Civil Bailiff Department to return writs of execution 60 days from the date in which the bailiff receives them.
The Ohio Supreme Court rejected the position that a police officer’s conduct must be “extreme and outrageous” to be held civilly liable for damages caused during high-speed pursuits, but still granted immunity to officers who participated in a 2011 Montgomery County chase that severely injured a bystander.
Marinas throughout the state have taken steps to keep Ohio’s bodies of water clean and healthy for recreational and environmental purposes. Seventy-one marinas in Ohio have been certified as Ohio Clean Marinas, and an additional 45 marinas have committed to meet the program’s certification standards, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and Ohio Sea Grant. The program recognizes 29 marinas as newly certified or recertified for 2016 and anticipates reaching additional marinas and boaters in 2017.