Two Akron men were indicted in federal court after police arrested them with 14 firearms, stolen police body armor and more than 1,000 grams of methamphetamine.
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$5 million program launches Oct. 15 in Montgomery, Ross and Scioto counties
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor has issued the following statement on state Issue 1, a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution:
The University of Toledo has teamed up once again with Yark Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, Bud Light, and iHeart Media for the Toledo Rocket Fan Jeep Giveaway contest. Rocket fans will have the opportunity to win a brand new Jeep Wrangler at the Oct. 20 football game against Buffalo.
Perhaps the best indication that eSports is more than a passing fancy is the money college athletic departments, ESPN and aspiring team owners are chasing.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine this month is warning families to beware of the “grandparent scam,” which has been reported by dozens of Ohioans in recent weeks.
Recently, executives from Twitter, Facebook and Google testified before Congress. Again. This was the third congressional hearing this year where the internet giants were grilled on their content policies, their privacy and security practices and their role in democracy.
Former Rocket Allison Schultz has qualified for the 2018 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship on Sept. 22-27 in St. Louis, Mo. Schultz will be participating in the event for the second straight year.
The Ohio Auditor of State’s “Financial Health Indicators” (FHI) tool has earned a Government Experience Award from the Center for Digital Government, recognizing the office for its achievement in technology.
Maria Mascio, 62, of Columbus, Ohio, was sentenced in U.S. District Court today to 24 months in prison and ordered to pay $1.1 million in restitution for executing a decade-long health care fraud scheme.
Every new law, administrative rule, directive or state policy would be graded on its health impact of Ohio citizens if a measure championed by a Democrat senator from Columbus clears the legislature.
A pair of central Ohio lawmakers are hopeful their peers will consider a measure ultimately intended to improve the safety of students while boarding and exiting the school bus.
Sentence to run consecutively with 12-year sentence previously imposed for underlying role in $550 million Social Security fraud scheme
The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) today published three detailed letters sent on 21 June 2018 to the Premier of Bermuda, the then Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Secretary-General (SG) of the Commonwealth of Nations condemning the efforts of the legislature of Bermuda to reverse the Supreme Court of Bermuda’s 2017 decision regarding same-sex marriage. The letters also express concern at the general lack of support for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people, collectively referred to as the LGBTI community, in the country.
A Milan woman was charged in federal court with one count of solicitation to commit a crime of violence.
Junior quarterback Mitchell Guadagni's arm and legs kept Toledo in the game in its matchup with No. 21 Miami (Fla.) but ultimately the Rockets could not keep up the pace, falling to the Hurricanes, 49-24, before a sell-out crowd of 28,117 at the Glass Bowl on Saturday.
A Cleveland man was sentenced to prison for stealing more than $77,000 in federal grants designed to help Native Americans.
A school’s code of conduct is a set of rules that governs student behavior on campus. This includes the regulation of academic behavior (e.g. plagiarism, cheating, academic dishonesty), as well as non-academic behavior (e.g. alcohol or drug violations, hazing, harassment, sexual assault).
As the 2019 Medicare open enrollment period approaches, Jillian Froment, Director of the Ohio Department of Insurance (ODI) is encouraging those on Medicare to review their drug and health insurance coverage options and select a plan that fits their needs and budget. The Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP), a division of ODI, will host Medicare Check-Up Day events throughout the state to help consumers compare and select the best plan that meets their unique needs. Medicare Open Enrollment for 2019 runs from October 15 through December 7.