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The Ohio Supreme Court has announced that recent law school graduates can apply to the Court to practice law pending admission to the bar beginning June 15.
Another member of the Atlanta-to-Dayton drug trafficking organization known as “Diamond Cut” that is responsible for distributing large quantities of fentanyl and heroin in the Dayton area was sentenced in U.S. District Court today for selling opioids.
The University of Toledo is among four Ohio universities to receive a total of $2.08 million from the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative in this year’s round of state funding to address Lake Erie water quality and find solutions for algal bloom toxicity.
(StatePoint) Extended time at home is making many families more aware of what products they simply can’t do without. While you may have predicted what some of these essentials would be -- ahem, toilet paper -- other, not-so-obvious items are helping to make quarantines more comfortable nationwide.
Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman of the Northern District of Ohio, and FBI Cleveland Special Agent in Charge Eric B. Smith announced a former Cleveland Clinic employee was arrested yesterday without incident by law enforcement and had his initial court appearance recently.
For unemployment tax payment purposes, a new company does not inherit an old company’s tax rate unless it is under “common ownership, management, or control” at the time of the legal transfer, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
(StatePoint) Do you spend summer days outdoors mowing the lawn, tending to the garden and working on the house? Here are a few steps you can take to help you care for and protect your skin as you complete your seasonal chores:
Apotex Corp. agrees to pay a $24.1 million criminal penalty
(StatePoint) Whether you’re at home relaxing or an adventure, you can use your technology to optimize the experience. Here are five ways to harness your gadgets, apps and more to improve your life:
Ohio EPA has released a draft general permit that will be available to applicants for projects that impact ephemeral streams and is accepting public comments on the draft permit for 30 days after the public notice is published in newspapers.
The Ohio Department of Health (ODH), and the Ohio Hospital Association (OHA), have worked together to distribute remdesivir across Ohio that was received recently from the federal government.
We’ve seen plenty of evidence lately of the deep polarization in this country. Even in the midst of this crisis, national politicians, the political parties, and their adherents are finding plenty to fight over—even as, for the most part, ordinary Americans have been remarkably united and many governors and mayors have worked hard to handle the coronavirus pandemic competently and guided by expert advice.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently suspended a Central Ohio attorney who spent a year in prison for filing a false federal tax return.
The Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) recently announced a free, daily check-in by phone service for Ohio’s older residents to ensure their well-being amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency and beyond.
About 850,000 Ohio children who receive free or reduced-price meals at school will soon receive money to buy food through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) announced recently. This funding was made possible by the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act. ODJFS worked with the Ohio Department of Education to submit Ohio’s plan, which just received federal approval.
Feeling powerless to help her native country in Africa amid the coronavirus pandemic, an electrical engineer at The University of Toledo found a way for people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to build their own breathing machines from scratch using equipment and materials accessible to them.
With many states softening their shelter-in-place orders and allowing businesses to reopen, COVID-19 has prompted governmental agencies to recommend new workplace health and safety measures, including taking a worker’s temperature before a shift begins.
Nationwide Insurance’s warning to a Mahoning County auto policyholder that making a misstatement in the application could result in cancelling her policy was sufficient to void the policy and not cover an accident caused by her sister, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
The larger national and international implications of the coronavirus pandemic had the greatest impact on the nation's economy more so than any individual action by any state government, according to the findings in a pair of new studies.