The 1975 U.S. Supreme Court Case, Goss vs. Lopez, provided due process rights for students suspensions and expulsions from school.
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A plan to free the owners of the state's smaller wineries from overburdensome regulation made its way to a committee in the Ohio House of Representatives recently.
Just as the current school year races to completion, lawmakers in the Ohio House of Representatives have taken up a measure intended to leave some money in the pockets of Ohio consumers when outfitting their kids for next school year.
E Pluribus Unum. Out of many, one.
Justices Patrick Fischer and Melody Stewart were among the panel of judges for latest state moot court championship won by Danville High School.
Cory Mee announced Monday, May 20, that he is stepping down from his position as the head baseball coach at The University of Toledo to pursue other opportunities. Mee had served as the Rockets' head coach since 2004.
The Ohio Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center and U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory plans to begin testing groundbreaking aviation technology at the Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport, according to an announcement by Gov. Mike DeWine.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is seeking high school students to serve as founding members of the Conservation Teen Advisory Council (ConTAC), a new initiative to empower the youth voice. ConTAC is designed to become a statewide network of student-leaders working together to enhance ODNR’s youth outreach and program efforts.
The Toledo baseball team played its final game of the 2019 season on May 18, Saturday afternoon, falling to the Ball State Cardinals by a score of 11-8.
During the Great Depression, public schools in Ohio faced a financial crisis. Most schools received their funding through property taxes, according to Ohio History Connection.
A police search of a man walking and talking on his cell phone in an area where gunshots were fired no more than 60 seconds earlier was lawful, and the handgun obtained during the search can be used as evidence, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Also admitted filing false tax returns and failing to file returns
The Ohio Supreme Court recently lifted a hold placed by a Cuyahoga County judge on the Cleveland Fire Department’s move to change the starting time of its 24-hour shifts.
The spring season has arrived, offering many opportunities for Ohioans to help protect young wildlife. Each year, Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife offers this simple advice: enjoy wildlife from a distance and leave young animals alone. Wild animals are born to live their lives in the wild, and sometimes good intentions can hurt their chances of survival.
The Toledo softball team battled to the very end but saw its dream season come to an end on a two-run walk-off home run in a 2-0 loss to Illinois at the NCAA Lexington Regional on Saturday, May 18.
Minus some Progressive reforms added in the early 20th century, the second iteration of the Ohio Constitution remains the fundamental law today.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today announced the launch of the InnovateOhio Platform, which will coordinate data and resources across state government to improve the way Ohio tackles our most challenging problems. It will also streamline technology service across agencies to give Ohio citizens and businesses a better experience when interacting with state government.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Forestry strives to support Ohio’s rural fire departments and the communities they serve. Through the Volunteer Fire Assistance (VFA) grant program, the Division of Forestry recently approved grant funding for 52 projects totaling $297,520 for fire departments in rural parts of eastern and southern Ohio. The protection of life, property and forest resources provided by cooperating fire departments is important to all Ohioans.
A dozen Ohioans who fell victim to a widespread tech support scam will soon receive refunds totaling more than $5,000, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and the Federal Trade Commission announced recently.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday, May 8th, heard four oral arguments, including one from the city of Cincinnati disputing an interpretation of state law that contends a dog must be designated “dangerous” through a formal process before a local government can seek restitution from a dog owner whose dog has bitten or injured a person or another animal.