A Harrison County lawmaker has worked with representatives from state and local law enforcement agencies and the towing industry to devise a system to clear out unwanted cars from tow lots and storage facilities.
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By definition, our veterans have already made sacrifices. In Ohio, dozens of vets continue to serve by offering their time, effort, and expertise to help brothers and sisters in arms who’ve landed in the criminal justice system.
With flu season underway, the Ohio Department of Aging and the Ohio Department of Health urge Ohioans to take steps to avoid getting and spreading the flu. Older adults are at increased risk of complications from the flu. Infections are highly contagious and spread by coughing and contact. By protecting yourself, you are also protecting those around you.
One of 19 defendants charged in a gang-related racketeering conspiracy was sentenced in U.S. District Court recently to 240 months in prison.
Toledo women's basketball sustained a tough 79-74 setback at Duquesne last Saturday in the Kerr Fitness Center on the campus of La Roche University. With the loss, the Rockets fall to 2-5 on the season.
Picture this scenario: A woman contacts a hitman. She tells him she wants her husband dead and promises to pay him $5,000 once the job is done. But the police find out about the plot before the murder can take place and the woman finds herself under arrest. Her defense? She never actually did anything to hurt her husband. All she did was exercise her freedom of speech by having a conversation with a contract killer.
Bowling Green State University received a Silver Seal Award for increasing its student voting participant rate at the 2019 ALL IN Challenge Awards Ceremony.
Daniel Emerson Norton, 52, formerly of Arlington, Va. and the owner of Torrance, Calif.-based Emerson Company, was sentenced in U.S. District Court recently to 96 months in prison. Norton fraudulently secured approximately $2.2 million in contracts to provide critical parts to the U.S. Department of Defense, which he then filled with defective parts made in China, in violation of the Buy American Act.
Using credit cards for holiday spending is neither good nor bad. Buying with credit cards can enable you to take advantage of sales and manage your cash. The danger is that it is very easy to overextend yourself and get into more debt than you can afford to repay. Learning how credit card repayment works will help you avoid paying for this year’s holiday when the next holiday season rolls around.
Proximity to Utica and Marcellus shale formations in the eastern part of the state is the greatest contributing factor to the tens of billions of dollars of investment plugged into the Ohio economy during the past decade, a new JobsOhio report detailed recently.
Senior Luke Knapke registered a second straight standout performance by tallying a career-high 33 points and 11 rebounds in Toledo's 82-72 triumph over Marshall on Sunday afternoon. With the victory, the Rockets (7-2) remained perfect in five contests in Savage Arena.
A majority of companies will not let their economic concerns dampen their holiday plans, according to a recent survey.
The Bowling Green State University men's basketball team trailed Oakland University by four points with just 1:26 to play, but the Falcons closed the game on a 9-2 run to earn a 68-65 win Saturday (Dec. 7) on Star Wars Night. The non-conference contest was played at the Stroh Center in front of a lively crowd of 2,124 Falcon fans.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently unanimously affirmed the murder convictions of an Akron man who admitted to killing his girlfriend’s parents with a sledgehammer. But the Court ordered a new hearing to determine if the man has an intellectual disability that bars the state from imposing the death penalty for one of the murders.
A Ross County resident was recently convicted and sentenced for stealing timber from Tar Hollow and Scioto Trail state forests and from several private properties in the area, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Forestry and Division of Parks and Watercraft.
A federal grand jury sitting in Cleveland, Ohio, returned an indictment today charging James Hargis, Jr., age 19, of Navarre, Ohio, with three counts of possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, including LSD, MDMA and THC vape cartridges.
An estimated 35 million Americans have some college credit, but did not earn their degree. Four million completed at least two years of coursework.
As another Election Day fades away, it’s a reminder of the privilege in this country to select our public officials at the local, state, and national levels. This right wasn’t always widely extended. White males were the only individuals who could vote for many decades. Since at least 1848, though – when the Women’s Rights Convention was held in Seneca Falls, New York, and participants drafted a declaration of rights – women have fought to have a say in who is elected to represent them.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has awarded more than $345,000 in grants to more than 60 local police departments around the state over the last three months to purchase body armor vests for their officers. Yost released updated maps and statistics reflecting these latest awards in the Ohio Law Enforcement Body Armor Program.
A Toledo federal jury recently convicted Arvel Ray Henderson, II, age 50, on one count of theft of public money, one count of concealment of bankruptcy assets, and one count of bankruptcy fraud. Henderson is scheduled to be sentenced on December 20, 2019.