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Boardman man sentenced to nearly five years in prison for defrauding investors out of nearly $1.2 million

A Boardman man was sentenced to nearly five years in prison for defrauding investors out of nearly $1.2 million and related tax violations, said Acting U.S. Attorney David A. Sierleja, Stephen D. Anthony, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI and Ryan L. Korner, Special Agent in Charge, IRS Criminal Investigation, Cincinnati Field Office Read More of "Boardman man sentenced to nearly five years in prison for defrauding investors out of nearly $1.2 million"

Proposal designed to streamline ballot voting boundaries

A legislative initiative calling for creation of a database that would help coordinate Ohio county boards of elections in instances in which a ballot issue straddles political subdivision boundaries recently got a first hearing before Ohio House of Representatives committee members. Read More of "Proposal designed to streamline ballot voting boundaries"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Restoring faith in representative democracy

There’s no shortage of threats to our democracy. Russian meddling in elections, the vulnerability of state voting systems to hacking, politicians’ assaults on the media, and political leaders’ growing fondness for policy-making in secret — all of these pose a real challenge to our system’s viability. Read More of "Restoring faith in representative democracy"

Lee Hamilton, Center on Congress Advisor

Legislation to decriminalize gun-free zones clears House, despite opposition

A bill that detractors consider, at best, a carve out of the state's existing concealed handgun carry law and, at worst, an assault on property rights cleared the Ohio House of Representatives recently. Read More of "Legislation to decriminalize gun-free zones clears House, despite opposition"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

National health care fraud takedown includes two Ohio companies and owners charged with false billing

(Columbus) A federal grand jury has returned separate indictments charging two central Ohio health care companies and the people who own them with health care fraud. One company allegedly billed government insurance programs for unnecessary medical procedures and the other is accused of billing government insurance programs for pain and scar creams that recipients said they never requested or wanted. Read More of "National health care fraud takedown includes two Ohio companies and owners charged with false billing"

UT’s head coach Tricia Cullop announces changes to women’s basketball staff

Head Coach Tricia Cullop announced the promotion of Lauren Flaum to Director of Operations (DOBO). Cullop also stated that Brian DeBenedictis has joined her staff in a newly created role of Director of Player Development and Community Engagement, while continuing to serve as the program's athletic communications director. Read More of "UT’s head coach Tricia Cullop announces changes to women’s basketball staff"

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Three million in grants for DART and QRT to be available to address opioid epidemic

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine joined Ohio Senator Randy Gardner (R-Bowling Green), Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp, Lucas County Prosecutor Julia Bates, Colerain Township Administrator Daniel Meloy, and Cuyahoga Falls Police Chief Jack Davis recently to announce details regarding $3 million in grants that will be used to help replicate or expand Drug Abuse Response Teams (DARTs) and Quick Response Teams (QRTs) to address the opioid epidemic in Ohio. The grant funding will support efforts similar to the QRTs in Colerain Township (Hamilton County) and Summit County, as well as the DART in Lucas County. Read More of "Three million in grants for DART and QRT to be available to address opioid epidemic"

Former Ohio man pleads guilty to providing money to Anwar al-Awlaki and soliciting the murder of a federal judge

Yahya Farooq Mohammad, 39, pleaded guilty today to one count of conspiracy to provide and conceal material support or resources to terrorists and one count of solicitation to commit a crime of violence. Read More of "Former Ohio man pleads guilty to providing money to Anwar al-Awlaki and soliciting the murder of a federal judge"

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