One of 19 defendants charged in a gang-related racketeering conspiracy was sentenced in U.S. District Court recently to 120 months in prison.
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I’ve been struck recently by news coverage of climate change and humans’ degradation of the planet. Two opposing themes keep appearing. One is the sense that, as individuals, there’s little we can do; the forces are too large. The other – and I think many Americans would agree with this – is that as citizens of the planet we have a responsibility to protect it and to pass it on in good shape to those who follow us.
With 25 billion things connected to the internet by 2021, Ohio firm Finite State addresses the security challenges that arise from massive growth of internet of things devices.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director Mary Mertz designated the Lake Erie Islands Water Trail as Ohio’s 12th state water trail in a ceremony recently. The trail consists of five separate sections totaling more than 50 miles around North Bass, Middle Bass and South Bass islands, Kelleys Island and along the mainland shorelines of Catawba Island and East Harbor State Park.
Lakewood Democrat Rep. Michael Skindell is seeking help from his counterparts in other states and in the U.S. Congress to support an effort to legislate a fix for the Citizens United holding of the U.S. Supreme Court.
If your child is heading off to college at the end of the summer and you set up a CollegeAdvantage Guaranteed 529 Plan prior to 2004 (when this particular plan closed to new enrollments and new investments) then it is time now to prepare to simplify the withdrawal process when the bills for their qualified higher education expenses come in.
Just as batteries for electric cars proved to be the greatest obstacle to large-scale adoption of hybrid autos a decade ago, power companies interested in adding more renewable energy to their portfolios have no place to store that extra energy.
Public safety is the watchword for a bipartisan bill to revise the laws that govern operation of elevators in the Buckeye State.
A Toledo man was indicted in federal court after he allegedly took cellular phone photos of himself sexually assaulting a 2-year old child and another young girl.
A bipartisan bill penned by a pair of northeast Ohio lawmakers has the potential to improve the lives of thousands of Ohioans who have felony convictions.
JPMorgan Chase has expanded its fertility benefits and surrogacy assistance to its employees, including the more than 20,000 Chase workers in central Ohio.
When Ohio State University students return to campus for the fall semester, they are expected to have a new late-night travel option.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, August 6th, heard four oral arguments, including one asking if it was constitutional for a man to be convicted when he was 19 years old for failing to register certain information regarding a juvenile office with authorities.
A Westlake attorney was indefinitely suspended recently by the Ohio Supreme Court for taking payments from clients and not working on their cases, then lying to investigators about his interactions with the former clients.
Columbus State Community College will open its Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts building for the 2019 fall semester.
The Cleveland Democrat sponsoring a new antibullying measure in the Ohio Senate said her intent is not to criminalize school children. Rather, Senate Bill 143 is proposed with the hope that prospective bullies would think better of picking on classmates.
The University of Toledo women's soccer team is set to host nine home matches this year, including a contest against defending MAC Champions and long-time rival Bowling Green on Oct. 31.
Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) will reduce premium rates for public employers an average of 10% next year under a proposal discussed recently by BWC’s Board of Directors and backed by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recently announced a settlement with a central Ohio man accused of misrepresenting a cancer diagnosis to solicit and subsequently misuse charitable donations for a cancer organization and scholarship fund.
A Columbus man was sentenced in U.S. District Court today to 120 months in prison for stealing at least 35 vehicles and earning more than half a million dollars by selling their parts.