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Public universities, colleges would like help with Clery reporting, Auditor’s survey finds

Ohio’s public universities and colleges face a number of challenges in fulfilling the federal mandate to report campus crime statistics and detail campus security policy and procedures, according to a survey of these institutions conducted by Auditor of State Dave Yost. The survey makes clear that universities and colleges would welcome help from the state in fulfilling their obligations under the law known as the Clery Act. Read More of "Public universities, colleges would like help with Clery reporting, Auditor’s survey finds"

Toledo finishes two strokes shy of MAC Preview title

University of Toledo senior Natcha Daengpiem captured her first collegiate tournament title on Monday after posting a career-best four-under par 212 (71-66-75) at the MAC Preview. Daengpiem's performance propelled the Rockets to a second-place showing in the team standings as UT finished just two strokes behind champion Xavier at 21-over par 885. Read More of "Toledo finishes two strokes shy of MAC Preview title"

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Police search that uncovered marijuana-infused candy legal

A traffic stop of a vehicle led to discovery of sealed envelopes containing 150 individually wrapped marijuana-infused candies by a Cleveland State University police officer. The Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled the search was legal and the evidence can be used in connection with drug trafficking and other offenses. Read More of "Police search that uncovered marijuana-infused candy legal"

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5 common behaviors that could be hurting your eyes

(BPT) If you're like many Americans, you're diligent about maintaining your health by eating right, exercising and regularly seeing your doctor. But even the most health-conscious people are often unaware of daily behaviors in their lives that could be straining or even damaging their eyes. That's surprising, given that 21 percent of Americans believe severe vision loss would negatively impact the quality of their lives. Read More of "5 common behaviors that could be hurting your eyes"

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