The leader of an international binary options scheme was arrested and a 19-count federal indictment unsealed, charging him with defrauding investors out of at least $10 million.
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Ohio's New African Immigrant Commission has been a committee with little to do since its creation during the 127th General Assembly some 10 years ago.
John R. Cacaro, 58, of West Chester, Ohio, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering as part of a scheme to defraud the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation for his own personal gain.
Former Toledo shortstop Deion Tansel has been promoted to the San Antonio Missions, the Double-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres. He was previously playing with the Lake Elsinore Storm prior to the promotion.
A bill before lawmakers in the Ohio House of Representatives proposes criminally going after property owners who allow private property to become open dumps.
Ohio offers more than 5,000 miles of trails for hiking, biking, bridle, mountain biking and water trails. Trails improve quality of life and boost outdoor recreational opportunities for all Ohioans, by allowing families and friends to participate in outdoor activities close to home. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and the Ohio Trails Partnership are requesting feedback to create the state’s next plan for recreational trails of all types throughout Ohio.
Keeping people and their assets safe, sound and secure is a key role of the Ohio Department of Commerce. Through the divisions of Financial Institutions and Securities, Commerce works to protect the savings and investments of all residents, especially for older Ohioans who cannot afford to lose any of their money earned over a lifetime.
Thirteen people from Ohio were indicted or charged in the recently in U.S. District Court in Cleveland for firearms crimes and related violations.
Toledo outfielder Ross Adolph was selected by the New York Mets in the 12th round of the MLB Draft on Wednesday, June 6.
John E. Kelly, 63, of Columbus, Ohio, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to one count each of mail fraud and tax evasion as part of a scheme to defraud his employers of approximately half a million dollars.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) wants Ohioans to remember that when hiring a moving company, you have rights guaranteed by law and enforced by the PUCO.
The auctioneer's practice of grouping multiple parcels for sale has been an option for some time.
Older Ohioans honored for lifelong achievements, contribution to community
Twenty-two Toledo baseball players will be playing baseball this summer across the country as they continue to hone their skills in preparation for next season.
The reports came like thunderbolts: Another journalist beaten to death in Mexico. Two journalists killed in the United States while reporting on a dangerous storm. And a Russian journalist assassinated in Ukraine.
A bipartisan effort that would cut by half the amount of time it takes for a city or other municipality to foreclose on nuisance properties secured a first hearing before a committee in the Ohio House of Representatives recently.
The company that chops up a more than 90-year-old “slag mountain” near Youngstown into road-building material is entitled to a reduction in the state taxes paid for the operation’s equipment repair and fuel costs, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Gerald A. Lawson III, 31, of Warrensville Heights, Ohio, has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to acting as a straw purchaser for Quentin L. Smith, a convicted felon who shot and killed two Westerville Police Officers on February 10, 2018.
A Beavercreek lawmaker recounted the shooting attempt on a Jefferson County Common Pleas Court judge last summer during a recent hearing before members of the Federalism and Interstate Relations Committee in the Ohio House of Representatives.
Senior Janelle Noe wrapped up the NCAA Track and Field Championships Saturday, June 9, with an 11th-place finish in the 1500m. Noe crossed the line in 4:20.37 and was named Second-Team All-America following the race.